Are You Self-Editing Your Identity for Others?

Do you ever feel like something is missing in you and it’s making life tricky to navigate? Do you take the time to figure out what is missing? Maybe you have slowly been self-editing your personality and leaving valuable parts of you behind.

This week, Consuelo the importance of rediscovering the pieces of identity that may have been put aside so others feel more comfortable. Self-editing your personality to accommodate others happens slowly and unnoticeably. One day you may wake up and not even recognize who you are. 

  • The Price of Self-Editing Yourself
  • How Parts of Identity Get Put Away
  • Why Self-Editing Occurs
  • How to Undo the Revised Version of Yourself

Consuelo is a first gen Peruvian, structural engineer and mother who encourages women, especially women of color, to disregard conformity so their true personalities and talents will make this world a sassy musical rather than a dull monologue. Viva!

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Consuelo… with an ‘o’

Badass chica, 1st generation Peruvian, solo female who disregarded the patriarchy and forged into structural engineering... in stilettos, but really wanted to be a record album cover artist instead.

27 personalities rolled into one that bring insight, enthusiasm, humor and fearlessness to encourage young women to live their lives out loud and on their terms.

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