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El genio femenino

¿Qué significa ser mujer? Es una pregunta que ha invadido mi mente desde que era niña. Recuerdo que me decían todas las cosas que te hacen ser una mujer: desde los cambios en tu cuerpo y en la ropa que usas, hasta los cambios en tus modales. Ser mujer siempre fue considerado la “gran cosa”. Sin embargo, a medida que he crecido, he aprendido que ser mujer implica mucho más que ciertos cambios en tu cuerpo, tu armario y tu manera de actuar. Hay una esencia de feminidad que es única y específica de todas las mujeres. Esta esencia es la que Juan Pablo II llamaba el “genio femenino”.

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When should you say “I love you”?

“I love you”: those three words which we inevitably swoon over in soppy movies, yet which in reality cause some people to cry with joy whilst others weep with longing, and makes some grow in confidence and security but others choke in fear and want to hide. There seem to be so many factors and emotions caught up in these simple words that they often become a source of anxiety that masks the joy they should bring. So when is the right time to say it? I’ve heard two interesting takes on this recently, which I think are true in their own ways.

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