“I don’t believe I’m good enough.”   At that moment, she took my hands, leaned in close, looked deep in my eyes and said, Rosalyn, what you are experiencing is something that all women feel.”   That statement completely surprised me. I had felt so alone in those feelings for so long, but in that moment of knowing, I felt connected to all men in a way I never had before.   Once I understood that this was a universal feeling, and I could show this vulnerability, my relationships with my friends and family deepened, and my work of telling women’s stories took on a whole new meaning. It was definitely an “Ah-ha” moment to realize more clearly that the women I filmed on…