A time comes in the lives of all women, when they realize they can no longer play the part of the ingenue. They’ve got to make a transition and it’s not always easy. In fact, many women are scared to death to step out of this role and leave it behind.
When a woman does hit this stage, invariably she’s got a Saturn transit going. She feels pressured to act her age, which is no longer seventeen…or twenty nine for that matter.
As difficult as flipping this switch might be, it’s imperative that you manage. Otherwise you become somewhat of a caricature.
I work with a lot of woman in this process. Basically, “Carol” has to morph to “Carol 2.0”
Have you outgrown the role of the ingenue? Have you successfully reinvented yourself or do you need to work on this? Could you use some help?
pictured – Ingenue, Renoir, Pierre-Auguste (French 1841-1919)