Joanna Babiarz-Tuyluce, the wife of a muslim man, brought the problem of women supporting each other in different countries based on her own experiences. "Women should unite across boundaries. We may profess different religions, but we can continue to support each other. Don't let our choices that we made divide us in any way."
Marta Skow; businesswoman, consider herself as a successful woman, because she is doing what she really loves and never hide behind the man. "It is not always like he is a leader and you need to chase him." Often lack of understanding in the family is the main reason why we don't share our plans and ambitions.
Anna Janczak, a psychotherapist for several years, tried to help women who've lost themselves somewhere in their problems. She reminded herself about the commercial movie "Maleficent", and after sharing a short story, she came up with the conclusion how easy it is to judge someone, when you have no idea what that person have been through. You may think "Why is this person hurting others?" Most of the people who are hurting are people who have been hurt before. Many people try to help but they might don't know that this is not the right way to do it. She told us that she was an alcoholic few years ago and if someone wouldn't help her she wouldn't be able to help the others. "If my backyard is not dusted I'm not going to clean anyone else." We all should take our time, and then help others.
Psychotherapist taught everyone one big word from german "HALT" - If you are Hungry, Angry, Lonely or Tired, it is time to take a break and think about yourself first.
After the previous speeches, I found this one a bit tiring. Joanna Babiarz-Tuyluce didn't seem to look so confident about her speech and views, which made me and the other females around me a bit suspicious and insecure. That was the only part I didn't really enjoy and didn't find helpful. Then finally came time for the break. The banquet hall was decorated with typical polish symbols and colours. The staff were really well organised and no one seemed to have any problems. During break time the public was able to look at some traditional polish toys, products and services. I think it was the perfect addiction to full our free time.