Interview with Angela Kurtz

Author :- Shakun June 10, 2020, 9:53 a.m.
Interview with Angela Kurtz

An opportunity to encounter your divine feminine and experience spirituality with your sisters is a truly healing experience.

This belief is what inspires Angela to reach out to women, form support groups and commence on a journey of shared healing.

Angela Kurtz is helping women around the US find support and heal. She moderates and leads 3 support groups, touching the lives of over 30 women. She also helps set up and supports many other such groups.

Angela works with support groups that help women who have been hurt, abused and are going through something difficult. These groups have different foundations like spirituality, conversation, meditation, etc. She says these are experiences of shared sisterhood that help women encounter their divine feminine and get in touch with their spirituality. 

“It is hardest for women to find support.” There is a need for community and support as women face the challenges of living within a patriarchal setup. Women are discouraged from dwelling on negativity. This idea of positivity fails as everyday life reinforces the past traumas in a person’s life. It is important to move forward after healing yourself. 

“My story isn’t unique.” It is comforting to know that there are others who are living a shared experience. Seeing such life gives others the strength to conquer their problems. “ At the end, it is easy to take a distant outside perspective to the trauma.” One acknowledges it but proves through their life that they have overcome and defeated it. 

Angela tells tickle.life about how she never holds it against anyone if they miss a meeting. “Women are still the primary caregivers of our family and children. Their own health and wellness if often very low on their priority list.” There is a walk-in policy to join these groups. She is willing to help anyone who needs support and is willing to work on themselves. She is an embodiment of sisterhood with her empathy and compassion for all women.

Discover more about Angela Kurtz on her website here: https://www.switchyanarchist.com/

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