Empowerment,mostly, refers to measures designed to increase the degree of autonomy and self-determination in people and in communities in order to enable them to represent their interests in a responsible and self- determined way, acting on their own authority.

”Empowerment is viewed as a process: the mechanism by which people, organizations, and communities gain mastery over their lives.” –Rappaport’s, 1984

And yes, we’ve all been there: feeling low, sad, on the verge of a panic attack. The bottom line is that you feel powerless, and in need of some emotional pumping up. Friends and parents are amazing but in times of self-doubt, when we want to be alone so badly,sometimes helps to lean on a movie. At least, it’s my personal preference that a recommend .

1. "Hidden figures"

This Academy Award-nominated movie tells the true stories of three black women who fight against all odds to be heard and respected in a time where they weren’t even allowed to use the same bathrooms as their white women coworkers.

2. "The runaways"

This movie is a biography about the first popular all-girl rock band that was built on the principle that girls can be strong and in-your-face, and rock'n'roll isn't just a game for the boys.

3. "Fried Green Tomatoes"

Fried Green Tomatoes is about a woman who is constantly being underappreciated and neglected, but fate introduces her to woman in a nursing home whose story about powerful women friendships and the courage to swim against the tide inspire her to find her voice and her strength once again.

4. "The Devil Wears Prada"

This movie depicts the life of a career women who are criticized for putting their careers and themselves first, while the men do the same thing and are praised for it.

5. "Legally Blonde"

A sorority girl turned Harvard Law student who shows women that we can love pink and have perfect nails AND become Valedictorian of our class at an Ivy League school.

That is all i can recommend for now. Probably there will be a part two as well. I hope you like it.