Tag: black women matter
Episode 026: What is a Doula?
Ever wonder what a doula is and what they do?
Episode 025: Protecting And Conserving Your Energy
Do you operate more like life is a sprint rather than a marathon?
Episode 024: Creating Space For Yourself
Do you struggle with creating space for yourself? It can feel like a difficult thing to do, especially if you spend so much of your time focused on others.
Episode 023: Confessions From An Overworker
Are you an overworker who says yes to everything? Here’s the thing about saying yes to everything, when you always say yes, your yes doesn’t even have power anymore.
Episode 022: Removing the Guilt of Breaks
Do you struggle with taking breaks?
Episode 017: The Importance of Rest
Are you feeling tired, overwhelmed or drained? Take a nap!
Action Through Uncertainty
Executing a plan or following through with a dream that you have can be hard. Especially if you feel like it’s a lofty goal, unattainable or something you aren’t deserving of.
Episode 009: Sexual Trauma and Facing Fears
Sexual trauma is tough, it can stick with you, make you question everything and make it hard to trust others.
Episode 008: Racial Trauma
Let’s talk racial trauma shall we? Racism is systemic. It seeps into everything, especially when you are a Black woman in a world where people are trying to tell you how to be and how to act.
Episode 005: Lessons Learned From 10 Years of Therapy
Okay ya’ll this is a must listen! I’m giving you my free lessons I’ve learned from 10 years of therapy, in a 30 minute podcast episode!