Women & Wellbeing

Wellbeing: Introduction

Women’s wellbeing has often been disregarded and erased, stemming from a patriarchal society in which so many aspects of women’s health, both physical and mental, are shamed and attributed to women being more ‘emotional’.

Despite this, learning about the ways in which women can keep healthy is absolutely vital to a functioning society, and many organisations are working hard to achieve this, from providing better education on women’s bodies to supporting women’s mental health.

This section offers opportunity for self-reflection and to develop a more conscious approach to our own wellbeing in all its facets. An opportunity to recognise vulnerability and develop resilience.

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