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Hey lady, it’s one thing to survive and a whole other thing to thrive. We want to see you thrive so this week Terri and Dr. Dom catch up and discuss all of the tips and strategies they use to help keep themselves rising above the tide and in the direction of their goals. Adulting is not just doing the things you have to do, but also cultivating a life that lights you up. Aside from setting strong intentions of how you want your life to feel, what actions are you putting in place to make them happen? And, when anxiety or imposter syndrome begins to pester you, how do you cope and manage it? The good news is some of these strategies are fun. Tune in to today’s juicy episode to see what we mean! And, check out the after-show for some show and tell.Quote of the Day:"My mission in life is not merely to survive but to thrive and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style."-Maya Angelou Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Lady, do you enjoy watching Black love on screen? Well, this episode is one you’ll want to turn the volume up on. This week Dr. Dom and Terri sit with acclaimed filmmaker Felicia Pride to discuss her journey through her storytelling, why Black women over 40 are fly and deserve to have their stories told, and how we can celebrate Black love more in the arts. This is a conversation you don’t want to miss! Listen in and then be sure to check out Felicia’s work.Quote of the Day:"When you do writing well you are able to access humanity...you are able to get to a truth that people can feel."-Felicia Pride Where to find Guest:Website: feliciapride.comWatch: tendermovie.com reallylove IG: @feliciapride @itshoneychile Podcast: Chile, PleaseRegister here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop! Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOC Where to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Hey lady, this week Terri and Dr. Dom sit down for some honest conversation about mothering and motherhood. Being a mom, as rewarding as it can be for some moms, does not come without its challenges. Terri shares her journey of trying to conceive her now 15-month-old daughter while Dr. Dom and Terri offer tips for moms trying to find their way back to themselves. We could all use a little extra support sometimes so tune in for all the helpful gems!Tips1. Honoring who you were before and what you accomplished 2. Make time for the things you enjoy (when and if you can) and enjoy them solo3. Determine who you want to be moving forward4. Prioritize your relationship with you5. Find new ways to connect with your people6. Get help7. Take care of you/self-careReference Episodes:✓ S10E8: New Mom Who Dis?: 3 Tips for Navigating the Change in Friendships for New Moms✓ S12E10: Postpartum Depression and Feeling Unprepared for Motherhood with April Hernandez-Castillo✓ S12E7: Supporting Parents Who Breastfeed with Courtney StallworthQuote of the Day:"In the end, I'm the only one who can give my children a happy mother who loves life."- Terri Lomax Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Lady, it’s no secret there’s a lot going on in the world right now. In fact, sometimes the amount and pace of the headlines can seem overwhelming. And, even if it is not the news you’re consuming, the sheer volume of content available is almost impossible to get through. And, that’s okay according to Ione Butler, author of Uplifting Stories and founder of Uplifting Content. This week, Ione sits down with Terri and Dr. Dom and speaks openly about her journey in acting and voice acting and how her background with both helped her come to one important conclusion – we need more uplifting content! Tune in and find out how tailoring what you consume can make a big impact on your self-care practice.Quote of the Day:"Be an encourager. The world has plenty of critics already."-Ione Butler Where to find Guest:Website: Uplifting ContentFacebook: Uplifting ContentIG: Uplifting ContentTwitter: Uplifting ContentLinkedIn: Uplifting ContentYouTube: Uplifting ContentWebsite: Ione ButlerIG: Ione ButlerTwitter: Ione ButlerLinkedIn: Ione Butler Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Hey lady, did you know that burnout is classified as an occupational hazard and not a mental health condition? It was news to us too, which is why this week Dr. Dom and Terri sit down and break down the truth about burnout and why it can manifest in us all differently. Day-to-day life can pile up and once you add in work stressors it can feel as though you are in a pressure cooker. Tune in for tips on how to release some pressure and identify ways to prevent it. Signs of Burnout:1.Feeling depleted or exhausted2.Feeling distant, negative, or cynical about the job3.Experiencing reduced professional efficacy4.Acting out of normal character5.Disengaging from self-care routine6.Punishing self for feeling burnt outReasons for Burnout:1.Unfair treatment at work2.Unmanageable workload3.Lack of role clarity4.Lack of communication and support from management/leadership5.Unreasonable time pressure***The responsibility of reducing and eliminating burnout is on the employer, not the employee.***How to care for self before during and after burnout:1.Identify and focus on what's within your control2.Make time for what brings you joy3.REST!!!4.Always have something that you're looking forward to5.Stay connected to your support systemQuote of the Day:“All my life I've been sick and tired. Now I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired.” -Fannie Lou Hamer Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Hey lady, have you ever looked around and been shocked at the state of affairs in your life? Or, woke up and felt entirely overwhelmed and in unfamiliar territory? Believe it or not, you’re not alone. This week Terri and Dr. Dom discuss the internal and external factors that contribute to instability in our lives. When life gets to lifin’, do you have the tools to stand in the midst of your storm? Tune in as they dive into tips on building a self-care toolkit to help you navigate shaky ground.Tips for finding stability during turbulent times:1. Get clear on the state of the world right now.2. Tap into your resources.3. Let yourself off the hook.4. Don’t stop dreaming!5. Surround yourself with good energy.6. Get clear on what stability looks like given the current circumstance.7. Self-care.a.Self-care ideas:i. A walk outside/Being in natureii. Moving your body (e.g., dancing, workout)iii. Journalingiv. Catching up with friendsv. Cryingvi. BathsQuote of the Day:"Stability is the state of having your bearings and being able to navigate the world around you."-Terri Lomax Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Hey lady, we’re halfway through the year and we’re checking in. This week Dr. Dom and Terri sit down and have a heart-to-heart about their personal homecomings as they reflect on the past three and a half years of doing Cultivating H.E.R. Space podcast. It’s always good to give yourself some space to reflect, so grab your journal (head over to the Cultivating H.E.R. Space podcast shop if you need one!) and vibe out with Terri and Dr. Dom as they recount their favorite episodes, some of the highs and lows they’ve experienced, and put some intentions out in the universe. This episode is about you too! What have you done that you’re proud of and where do you see room for improvement? Your feedback is valuable to us, and we want a deeper connection, so tune in and find out how we can make that happen.Quote of the Day:"In a world where Black women are underrepresented and misunderstood, we initiate authentic conversations from everything to fibroids to fake friends and create a safe space to just...be.”-Dr. Dom and Terri Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Hey lady, summer is officially here, and it is time for a break! Have you considered the great outdoors? This week Toyin Ajayi, founder, and creator of Outdoorsy Black Women join Terri and Dr. Dom for a real discussion about why going outside is a great way to elevate your healing journey while reclaiming our rightful relationship with nature. What do we mean by that? Tune in!Quote of the Day:"Oftentimes Black women are told that certain outdoor activities aren’t made for us and that’s just not true."-Toyin Ajayi Where to find Guest:Website: Outdoorsy Black WomenInstagram: Outdoorsy Black WomenTwitter: Outdoorsy Black WomenLinkedIn: Toyin AjayiInstagram: Toyin Ajayi Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Hey lady, we know you enjoyed part one, and this week Terri and Dr. Dom are back to offer tangible guidance on how to stand out in a crowded job market. This episode covers the essentials: how to make your resume shine, use the S.T.A.R. method, and be E.X.T.R.A. in the interview. Head over to the Cultivating H.E.R. Space website, grab your journal and tune in. Dr. Dom and Terri are going to get you all the way together – in a loving way – so you can land a job that lights you up!Quote of the Day:"Be E.X.T.R.A. AF, someone is looking for exactly what you have to offer."Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Hey lady, we're in year three of the pandemic and the great resignation is still in full swing, but there’s also a call to return to the office. Are you ready? Terri and Dr. Dom dive into a packed conversation with tips on how to make yourself stand out when applying for jobs. This episode covers the essentials: how to write a knockout cover letter, make your resume shine, and be E.X.T.R.A. in the interview. Head over to the Cultivating H.E.R. Space website, grab your journal and tune in. Dr. Dom and Terri are going to get you all the way together – in a loving way – so you can land a job that lights you up!Quote of the Day:"Be E.X.T.R.A. AF, someone is looking for exactly what you have to offer."Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Who among us hasn’t heard the common refrain, you just have to love yourself? And, sure, while we may agree in theory, how easy is that to do in a world that tells you to do the exact opposite? According to Elizabeth Acevedo, The New York Times best-selling author of Poet X, Black women suffer the most from chasing the potential of who we are instead of acknowledging that we are enough right now…but it doesn’t have to be that way. Elizabeth joins Terri and Dr. Dom for an inspiring and relatable conversation about how her journey as a renowned poet, author, and now screenwriter led her to the belief that you always have to be in a position to quench your own thirst. She shares gems on how nurturing her connections with her intuition and her ancestors led her to a fulfilling life in full bloom. If you need a little guidance on how to water your own garden, you’ll want to tune in!Quote of the Day:"You cannot fix what was never broken."-Elizabeth Acevedo Where to find Guest:Website: Elizabeth AcevedoInstagram: @acevedowrites Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Lady, how are you? No. Really, how are you? The world is heavy right now and it seems that heaviness can feel unrelenting. Well, we’re here to help. This week Terri and Dr. Dom sit down with G. Michelle Goodloe, the author of I Own My Magic: Self-talk for Black Women: Affirmations for Self-Care and Empowerment, to discuss the life-changing magic of being intentional about how we show up for ourselves. It’s hard to fill your cup up when you wear so many hats in your life, but it is possible. G. Michelle offers practical guidance on how small shifts in your perspective can lead to a fulfilling life that you can be proud of. Holding space for ourselves is crucial and this episode offers a blueprint on how you can care for yourself in a meaningful way. Quote of the Day:"Just because I can do it all doesn't mean I have to do it all."G. Michelle Goodloe Where to find Guest:Website: G. Michelle GoodloeInstagram: @thegmichelleTwitter: @thegmichellePinterest: @thegmichelle Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
This week Dr. Dom and Terri sit with Melissa Sutherland Moss, an interdisciplinary artist working across collage, assemblage, installation and social engagement, to discuss why the arts and creatives are vital to a healthy, functioning society. Lady, Melissa is a whole vibe! She discusses how she’s turned her passion around the arts into elevated curated experiences and made them accessible to her community. The sensitives and creatives have a lot to say, and if you identify as someone who is sensitive and creative, this episode is for you! Melissa offers a unique perspective on how you can make your authenticity work for you while also building community. You don’t want to miss it!Quote of the Day:“Whichever route the future holds for me, the mission will remain the same – to collect, create, preserve, and celebrate the histories of Black and African people across the diaspora.”– Melissa Sutherland Moss Where to find Guest:Website: Melissa Sutherland MossInstagram: @melissasktheartistLinkedIn: Melissa Sutherland Moss Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
For better or worse, the pandemic gave each of us an opportunity to examine our friendships and make some decisions about who we want close to us. As we hunkered down to quarantine it was time to make necessary decisions about who is in our squad. Isa Watson, an entrepreneur, CEO, and co-founder of Squad, sits with Dr. Dom and Terri to discuss why pouring into those who pour into you is important to cultivating a strong support system. Isa shares how major tragedy transformed how she defines friendship and elevated the relationships she holds dear. And, she offers tips on how you can use tragedy to inspire creativity that can one day help others. If you’re in a transitional space in your friendships and want to be inspired to call in better more nourishing relationships you’ll want to be sure to tune in this week.Quote of the Day:“When it comes to community, sometimes less is more. Let's normalize going deeper with the folks around us who bring us joy.”– Isa Watson Where to find Guest:Website: https://www.isawatson.com/Twitter: @isadwatsonInstagram: @isadwatsonTikTok: @isadwatson_bkWebsite: https://www.withyoursquad.com/Twitter: @withyoursquadInstagram: @withyoursquad Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Powerful transformations are often inspiring but rarely come without strong reactions. In fact, it is when we dedicate ourselves to becoming better those negative voices seem to become the loudest. So, how do we move past the doubts and opinions of others and fully stand in our power? This week, Sid Scott, an entrepreneur, and mindset coach, joins Terri and Dr. Dom to offer gems on how shifting your perspective can amplify every facet of your life. He shares his powerful testimony on how he followed the breadcrumbs in his life and not only found his calling, but also his audience. Upgrade that confidence, sis. Your destiny is waiting on you!Quote of the Day:"Change is harder when change is not inspired from a place of self-love"-Sid Scott Where to find Guest:Website: breakthroughwithsid.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1829393223888816IG: @iamsidscott Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
The birth process is a miracle, but not fail-proof. As awareness around all the issues that face Black mothers continues to grow so does access to resources and information to help make the process less intimidating. Enter Nicole Bailey, a childbirth educator, doula, and author of Body Belly Soul: A Black Mother’s Guide to a Primal, Peaceful, Powerful Birth. In this episode, Nicole joins Terri and Dr. Dom to offer expert guidance on how Black mothers can cultivate a community to help them navigate and advocate for their needs during every phase of pregnancy. Nicole shares powerful testimony about how having a plan, being intentional, and setting firm boundaries can set any birthing person up for success, ease, and peace as they move through this exciting new phase in life. If you are looking to have the best experience possible, or if you are a part of the village welcoming this new life into the world you’ll definitely want to tune in!Quote of the Day:“My body is perfectly created for carrying and birthing my baby.” – Nicole Bailey Where to find Guest:Website: https://www.bodybellysoul.com/TikTok: @1nicolebailey Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
How people see you is how people treat you is a powerful truism. But, there are layers to that perception when you are considered a fat person by society. Dr. Dom and Terri sit down with Mekdela, the author of Plus-Size: A Memoir of Pop Culture, Fatphobia, and Social Change, to discuss what exactly fatphobia is and how it impacts everyone. The ladies have an illuminating conversation about all of the subtle ways fatphobia creeps into our mainstream media to shape how we view ourselves and each other. Mekdela offers great insight on the complicated history of body positivity and provides tips on how we can all be better allies. Lady, grab your coziest blanket and your journal, we’re going to have this necessary conversation with warmth and compassion. Tap in!Quote of the Day:“70% of American women are a size 14 or larger. The average American woman is a size 16-18. However, only 18% of the clothes sold in brick-and-mortar stores is plus-size.” – National research study Where to find Guest:Website: https://plussizebook.com/IG: @mekdela.e Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Lady, just when you thought you knew everything about postpartum we have new information for you! Join us today as we sit down with Nana Eyeson-Akiwowo and Marcia Cole, the founders of Fourth Phase, a company dedicated to helping mothers across the globe ease gracefully into motherhood. The ladies join Terri and Dr. Dom for an enlightening and inspiring conversation about how one incredible trip to Ghana brought these two friends together to create an important bridge for new mothers’ post-partum. These two are a powerful testament to the impact that vision and sisterhood can have on a community. Tune in, you don’t want to miss this conversation!Quote of the Day:"You are divinity in the flesh. A Goddess that chose to become a vessel for life.”Fourth Phase founders Where to find Guest:Website: https://www.fourthphasebox.com/IG: @fourthphaseboxFacebook: www.facebook.com/FourthPhasebox/ Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Looking for love? Well this is a conversation for you! There is so much misinformation and unhelpful resources that make it hard to decipher what will help Black women get the relationship we desire. Today Dr. Dom and Terri are joined by dating expert Damona Hoffman. From how to show up as your authentic self to the three C’s to include in your profile, Damona gives us the info we need to succeed in dating. Plus she dispels the misconceptions and answers the questions we’ve all been asking ourselves as Black women dating. This is an episode you definitely want to bookmark and share with all your friends who are looking for love.Quote of the Day:"You are in control of your dating destiny."-Damona Hoffman Where to find Guest:Website: Damona HoffmanIG: @damoahoffmanPodcast: Dates and Mates PodcastLinkedIn: Damona Hoffman Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
In the world we live in today, as Black women we need sisterhood and friendship. There is something divine about having other women who will champion you, celebrate you, show up when you need it, and call you on your shit when no one else will. Listen in as Terri and Dr. Dom are joined by Bethany Hawkins to discuss the tips to having genuine friendships in adulthood. Bethany is super funny and her life lessons are all super valuable. Lady, grab your favorite beverage and be prepared to laugh, shout, and take note of all the gems. Quote of the Day:"The success of every woman should be the inspiration to another. we should raise each other up. Make sure you're very courageous; be strong; be kind; and above all be humble."Serena Williams Where to find Bethany Hawkins:Crackers in SoupIG: @bcrackersinsoup Let’s Make Art: zen.ai/herspace for 20% off - coupon code activated at checkout! Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
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Mar 28th
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Sherronda Davis

this was exactly what I needed at a more than perfect timing!! thank you!!

Dec 24th
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bookaddict 4real

I do agree you have to be careful about what we allow into our soul/Spirit...thank you for affirming what I should be doing

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Michelle M

Thank you for creating this space!🥰

May 13th
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bookaddict 4real

Thank you so much for this episode....it reminded me that my healing process continues. ...maybe I can enjoy the journey...again thank you

Apr 14th
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bookaddict 4real

I needed this episode... need self care now more than ever

Apr 12th
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Kaya J.

I love this episode very informative and open minding I love this podcast!!

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Shanequa Joshua

This show spoke to me directly and I want to say thank you for this podcast! #blackgirlmagic

Nov 17th
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Latesia Thomas

About "staying just because of the amount of time put in a relationship" used to be my way of thinking until, I learned to accept that time as lessons learned, to prepare me for better, instead of wasted time!

Jul 13th
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Melanin Monroe

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May 29th
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Melanin Monroe

I'm loving what I'm hearing from this podcast! Amazing jobs Queens!!

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