Asha shares how she utilized blogging to connect to other women and ease her own loneliness. She has learned that mentors are invaluable in her own life, and that mentoring others has been one of the most fulfilling experiences she has found. She shares her enthusiasm for how women can promote each other and acknowledge one another, regardless of age or cultural differences. Asha also shares some of the many ways we can support other women in our lives every day, including through social media.
Asha Dahya es la editora y jefa de GirlTalkHQ. Ella es a la vez una líder y una mujer de sabiduría, y estamos muy agradecidos de que haya compartido su conocimiento con nuestra comunidad.
En este mensaje Asha nos demuestra la diferencia entre ser “querido” y “necesitado” en las relaciones. Cuando la necesidad (y en última instancia la dependencia) prevalecen en una relación, comúnmente esa relación es poco saludable.
Ella nos desafía a encontrar y cultivar esas relaciones saludables. Un sabio recordatorio de amarnos a nosotros mismos cada día.
Asha talks about harnessing fearful experiences into powerful lessons and action. Indian by ethnicity, born in the UK, raised in Australia and now residing in Hollywood, Asha is a true millennial woman. Asha is committed to empowering women and highlighting positive news of women throughout the world.
The Global Sisterhood is honored to have spoken with Asha Dahya. Asha is a TV host and blogger. Indian by ethnicity, born in the UK, raised in Australia and now residing in Hollywood, Asha is a true millennial woman. Her most recent venture is the creating and overseeing the women’s empowerment news media site GirlTalkHQ.com. Asha is committed to empowering women and highlighting positive news of women throughout the world.
Asha demonstrates the difference between being “wanted” and “needed” in relationships. When need (and ultimately dependence) prevail in a relationship, the relationship is often unhealthy. She challenges us to find and nurture those healthy relationships – a wise reminder to love ourselves each and every day.