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Why Traditional Gender Roles are Making People Sick


QUEENSLAND, Australia November 2014 – Traditional gender roles are a set of ideas about how males and females should act in a family dynamic. They generally correspond to personalities, behaviours, aspirations, looks and life skills. But as each new generation brings with it a broader mind and a deeper spiritual awareness that challenges historical norms, the unfamiliarity and emotional pressures of new family structures and identities are making people sick.

Men are increasingly valuing their responsibility in child rearing, and contributing to household chores; a more involved family role than before, where they were only required to support their loved ones financially. Female roles have also evolved. Women are consistently holding off having children, or choosing not to start a family at all in favour of building a career and fulfilling personal ambitions. They now often feel societal judgement for not following in the footsteps of the women before them.

Emotional strength trainer and master communicator, Amanda Foy, believes there’s no longer a place in today’s society for judgement when it comes to family make-up and life choices. “It’s time that we move away from traditions and truly tap into what works for the individual. We have to honour the differences between the sexes, and take our need to control situations out of the equation,” Amanda says. “When we respect the differences between personality type and personal desires, then we can start to see harmony in society"

Amanda believes people have a natural urge to try and control other people’s circumstances based on their own experiences and life choices, to avoid working on creating harmony in their own home and environment, and deepening their own spiritual awareness. According to the emotional strength trainer, when a person has peace and harmony in their own mind, the choices that others choose around them don’t make “a blip on the radar”.

“We must focus on our own home and those things we DO have control over to minimise feeling overwhelmed with life, and ignore societal ideals about what makes a happy and successful home,” Amanda says. “People should just strive to become happy, healthy adults who produce or support happy, healthy children, who can then grow up in an open secular environment where each person is living their right to their own existence. When people are living their own truth, it becomes easier to make the decision of whether that truth works for you in your life or not.”

Amanda development of Emotional Strength Training Therapy™ is a combination of a few foundation energy therapies, including Reiki, a form of spiritual practice with the use of a palm-healing technique. As a master communicator and emotional strength trainer, Amanda strongly believes people feeling overwhelmed with life have undealt with emotions that are making them sick. “Generally I see that people who are fighting a disease or trying to overcome an illness have huge emotional baggage. The stress of feeling like they need to live up to a certain image or expectation is something that’s creating a lot of emotional pressure. Once a person learns how to heal that stress and pressure, and clean the negative energy around them, they find they can move past their illness or disease,” Amanda says. “I strive to match the smile in a person’s heart with the smile on their face.”

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