Eleanor Roosevelt was a powerhouse during FDR’s presidency. Her commitment to providing contributions to the military, their soldiers, their families should never be forgotten.
She was active in securing in Women's Rights. She was an active part in working with League of Women Voters and the Women’s Trade Union League. She surrounded herself with politically astute women such as Molly Dewson.
You would not worry so much about what others think of you if you realized how seldom they do. Eleanor Roosevelt
Each person, at some time or another, believe that people are looking at them with negative thoughts. Not for sure, but they have been examined and judged, maybe.
It works like this: the 20-40-60 rule.
When at age 20, you worry about everything. Am I too fat? Am I wearing the right clothes? Am I scrawny and weak? What about my acne? ….
I sure had those thoughts. And then, at age 40, you do not care about what others think about you.
Okay, I wasn’t all that sure.
But when at age 60, a big revelation dawns on you: Nobody was thinking about you in the first place.
Well, it took me long enough.