Burchill, Victoria Leigh
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It is common for women to evaluate and compare herself with another woman. In a society that promotes individuality and instills an importance of appearance, judgement and comparison of one's visual identity can be a barrier in cultivating friendship and building community. A hostile attitude is often the response to an encounter with an intimidating woman, rather than connecting with her because she is admirable. Awareness of said behavior is essential in shifting the negative attitude, and the practice of charisma can be guiding in one's personal growth of mindset. A rope can symbolize the attitude between two women: they can either tug the rope and engage in a battle, or they can use the rope as a connection to pull each other together and be allies.