A Loud Woman…

In everyday life, there is still something uncomfortable for a woman about being called loud, because its inferred:-

a) You never cared about the people around you otherwise, why are you making them feel uncomfortable?

b) You always think about yourself. To allow yourself to be loud as a woman is emotionally unstable personality— completely defined as the person who is unable to manage its own emotion.

“Loud woman” — has never been a compliment, even though some of us may feel confident.

“I admit it: I am louder than the average human being and I have no fear of speaking my mind.

If You are naturally loud, there must be times when:-

  1. People think we are pissed of something, though we express or talk about something intensely.
  2. We are told to keep ourselves down routinely.

There’s a difference between being mean and speaking words at a higher volume. Try listening to what we say instead of how loud we’re saying it, because we’re really not trying to offend anyone.

No, I’m not disturb, I’m just very confident in this conversation and my voice matches my enthusiasm. Stop complaining that i am being angry when I’m actually just so excited about what I’m saying. We are not rude or arrogant.

3. We cannot relate what this “normal voice”. We’re our own kind of normal.

4. Its never shouting, it our normal voice.

5.Everyone’s get aware we arrived, as our laugh is even louder.

It was not until I was much older that I realized I was not being loud or showing off — I was just talking.

I would sum up with “Nothing I accept about myself can be used against me to diminish me.”

AKS…

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