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Cultivating H.E.R. Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Author: Terri Lomax & Dr. Dominique Broussard

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In a world where black women are often underrepresented and misunderstood, we need more safe spaces to just… be. Every Friday, join Dr. Dom, a college professor and psychologist, and Terri Lomax, a techie and motivational speaker, as they initiate authentic conversations on everything from fibroids to fake friends. If you’re a Black woman looking for an extra dose of inspiration on the go, pull up a seat and join us on the Cultivating H.E.R. (Healing, Empowerment, Resilience) Space podcast. Subscribe here! https://anchor.fm/her-space/subscribe
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To get more behind-the-scenes content, become a subscriber. Click the link and please share with your friends: https://anchor.fm/her-space/subscribe Think about the Black girls in your life. Really think about them. What are the words you would use to describe them?  Are any of those words ones you use to describe adults? Lady, if you are like most of us then at least one word is probably more appropriate to describe an adult.  In today’s episode, Terri and Dr. Dom help us understand the negative impact of adultification in our Black girls. Listen in as they share their own experiences and provide tips on how we can protect our girls from adultification. Quote of the Day: "A little black girl yearns for the blue eyes of a little white girl and the horror at the heart of her yearning is exceeded only by the evil of fulfillment" -Toni Morrison Tips to protect your daughter from adultification: Use developmentally appropriate language Encourage freedom of self-expression (creativity + listening to them) Assign developmentally appropriate chores Advocating on her behalf with teachers, friends, and family Let our girls be girls- let them play, let them make mistakes TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Dr. Dom’s Therapy Practice Branding with Terri Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
To get more behind-the-scenes content, become a subscriber. Click the link and please share with your friends: https://anchor.fm/her-space/subscribe Lady, when was the last time you gave yourself the same energy and love you give everyone else in your life? If you find yourself constantly giving everyone your all and carrying the weight of the world without breaking, then you may be experiencing Black Superwoman Syndrome. Not sure how to be anything other than Black Superwoman? Well, today, Terri and Dr. Dom help us identify Black Superwoman Syndrome, invite us to put down the cape, and reflect on how we can show up for ourselves first. Quote of the Day: "I'm not your superwoman I'm not the kind of girl That you can let down And think that everything is okay" -Karen White from the song Superwoman Tips for Black Women Putting Down Their Capes: Set boundaries Delegate responsibilities Show yourself love and compassion End Toxic Relationships Ask for support Tips to Support the Black Woman in Your Life: Offer support and resources Speak up when there is injustice, bias, etc. Solicit and genuinely listen to her feedback TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Dr. Dom’s Therapy Practice Branding with Terri Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
To get more behind-the-scenes content, become a subscriber. Click the link and please share with your friends: https://anchor.fm/her-space/subscribe Mean Girls. We all know them. Perhaps, the mean girl is you. Not sure if it’s you? In this episode, Dr. Dom and Terri provide us with real-life examples of mean girls. Listening to their authentic conversation we learn to distinguish between awkward situations, normal conflict, and mean girl energy. Terri and Dr. Dom also give us strategies for navigating the mean girl situations and addressing our own mean girl behavior. Quote of the Day: "With any kind of mean girl or anyone who bullies anyone, there's always a reason for it. There is that sadness in them or insecurity that makes them feel like they need to act out or hurt other people." - Maiara Walsh 7 Signs That You are a Mean Girl Struggle With Envy Status-Focused Trouble With Friendship Issues With Control Speak Unkindly To and About Others Leaves Others Out Don’t Respect Boundaries TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Dr. Dom’s Therapy Practice Branding with Terri Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
To get more behind-the-scenes content, become a subscriber. Click the link and please share with your friends: https://anchor.fm/her-space/subscribe Friendships are a necessity for our survival. The longer the relationship the more likely the friendship will have experienced a variety of life transitions- weddings, children, death, etc. In today’s episode, Terri and Dr. Dom explore friendship changes for new moms. Whether you are a new mom or the supportive friend, this is a conversation each of us can benefit from as we navigate the dynamics of our friendships. P.S. Listen carefully for an appearance by Baby Z :) Quote of the Day: “The most beautiful discovery true friends make is that they can grow separately without growing apart.” — Elisabeth Foley Tips for Navigating the Change in Friendships for New Moms Flexibility. Make Mom Friends. Know Your Limits. TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Dr. Dom’s Therapy Practice Branding with Terri Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
To get more behind-the-scenes content, become a subscriber. Click the link and please share with your friends: https://anchor.fm/her-space/subscribe Lady, do you subscribe to our Patreon page to get our Ask Dr. Dom segments? If not, you might be missing out on tips that you or someone you know can benefit from. Precarious situation with your partner? Difficult relationship with your in-laws? Then you may benefit from subscribing and submitting your questions to the Ask Dr. Dom Talkback Tuesday. In today’s episode, Dr. Dom and Terri review some of the submissions and offer suggestions on how to navigate the complicated circumstances. Quote of the Day: “It is so liberating to really know what I want, what truly makes me happy, what I will not tolerate. I have learned that it is no one else's job to take care of me but me." Beyonce TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Dr. Dom’s Therapy Practice Branding with Terri Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
To get more behind-the-scenes content, become a subscriber. Click the link and share with your friends: https://anchor.fm/her-space/subscribe We have been living through the COVID-19 pandemic for well over a year now. Everyone has had different experiences through this pandemic dependent upon your positionality and identities. As the country eases restrictions and tries to return to pre-pandemic life, how do you feel about engaging with people again? A lot of us are experiencing anxiety about a 2019 type of life. Today, Dr. Dom and Terri share their feelings and offer us tips on managing post-pandemic anxiety. Quote of the Day: “Worrying is carrying tomorrow’s load with today’s strength—carrying two days at once. It is moving into tomorrow ahead of time. Worrying doesn’t empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength.” – Corrie Ten Boom Tips for managing anxiety as the world re-opens: Acknowledge your feelings. Focus on what you can control. Go at your own pace. Stay informed. Stay positive and repeat affirmations. Practice gratitude. TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Dr. Dom’s Therapy Practice Branding with Terri Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
Who are the people we can work with? Who are the ones we need to workaround? When we identify what is within our control, we can expend our energy in ways that will capitalize on our efforts to make a change. Today Dr. Dom and Terri talk about the origins of cancel culture, the difference between calling out or calling in, and when to use which strategy. Quote of the Day: "Some people you can work with and some people you can workaround. " Loretta Ross Tips for determining whether to call out or call in: Does the offense break any laws? Does the offense violate your boundaries or values? Will you or someone you love be hurt by continued association? To get more behind-the-scenes content, become a subscriber. Click the link and please share with your friends: https://anchor.fm/her-space/subscribe TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
Ever wonder how your therapist became a therapist? Or perhaps, you are considering becoming a therapist. Imagine being able to peek “behind the scenes” or “get the inside scoop” to learn about your therapist’s career journey or how your therapist approaches working with clients. You know, the information beyond what is on their website. Why did they become a therapist? What are their thoughts about certain client experiences? In today’s episode, Terri interviews Dr. Dom about her personal journey into becoming a licensed psychologist and some of the personal and professional experiences of being a mental health provider. Tune in for Dr. Dom’s pro tips. Quote of the Day: "Ideally, therapy is a sacred space where all of your worries and wishes are laid bare." -Dr. Dom Where to Find Dr. Dom Dr. Dom IG: @the.doctor.dom Twitter: @TheDoctorDom Occupational Outlook Handbook TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
In last week’s episode, Terri and Dr. Dom explored the quiz from Dr. Ramani Durvasula about narcissistic partners. Today, Dr. Ramani joins the ladies for a more in-depth conversation to understand the key characteristics of a narcissistic partner like gaslighting, breadcrumbing, manipulating, and hoovering. If you wonder if you are in a narcissistic relationship, listen to the stages and traits to see if they resonate. Dr. Ramani will also share her strategies for ending and healing from the narcissistic relationship. Quote of the Day: “Narcissists will destroy your life, erode your self-esteem, and do it with such stealth as to make you feel that you are the one that's letting them down.” -Unknown Is Your Partner a Narcissist? This quiz from Dr. Ramani Durvasula of Should I Stay or Should I Go? can help you determine the answer. Where to Find Dr. Ramani Doctor-Ramani.com Dr. Ramani IG: @DoctorRamani TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
Does your partner often think that people are out to get them or take advantage of them? On one hand this a valid experience of being Black but when combined with certain other traits this could be a sign of narcissism. In today’s episode, Terri and Dr. Dom take a look at some of the questions from Dr. Ramani’s quiz in her book, Should I Stay or Should I Go?: Surviving a Relationship with a Narcissist. Listen in to see if you or someone you know fits this description and tune in next week to hear from Dr. Ramani on strategies to end the narcissistic relationship. Quote of the Day: We live in a world of romance and rescue, where many believe love will conquer all, and that the more we endure unacceptable behavior, the more likely that we can “fix” our relationships. It doesn’t always work that way—despite what the fairy tales tell us. -Dr. Ramani Durvasula Is Your Partner a Narcissist? This quiz from the Dr. Ramani Durvasula of Should I Stay or Should I Go? can help you determine the answer. TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
Lady, are you ready to stop hustling for your worthiness and become the victor in your story? It is time for us to stop dimming our light and focus on shining and soaring! We are not defined by where we come from and as Bryan Stevenson notes, “ Each of us is much more than the worst thing we’ve ever done.” In today’s episode, listen in as Dr. Dom and Terri discuss how shame shows up in our lives. They also provide us with the internal and external compasses we can create to put shame in its place. Quote of the Day: "You either walk inside your story and own it or you stand outside your story and hustle for your worthiness." -Brene Brown How to Put Shame In Its Place Bring shame into the light. Become attuned to the script of your inner dialogue. Develop greater inner compassion with yourself. Become a “witness to” and mourn your wounds. Forgive yourself for feelings, thoughts, or actions of your “former selves." TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
The mother-daughter relationship is a complex one. Some of us have beautiful relationships with our mothers in which they are one of the most trusted people in our inner circle. However, what happens if you have a complicated, distant, or estranged relationship with your mother? What are the feelings that come up for you? How can you support a friend who does not have a close relationship with their mother? In this episode, Dr. Dom and Terri discuss Terri’s relationship with her mother and the steps she took to heal from the estrangement. “You can’t heal what you don’t reveal.”-Terri Quote of the Day: “In troubled families, abuse and neglect are permitted; it's the talking about them that is forbidden.” -Unknown How to Be Happy and Whole When You are Estranged From Your Mom Be real about your feelings Establish boundaries Ritualistic clearing Grieving the vision you had for the relationship Filling your life with the mother energy your mom is unable to provide Remember that hurt people hurt people; your mom is human TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
How do you define family? Is it based on your relatives, people you have chosen as family, or some amalgamation of the two? Today Dr. Dom and Terri are discussing the complexities of navigating familial relationships and what happens when we decide those relationships are abusive or not in alignment with who we are. The ladies also provide us with tips on how to cultivate community family or community when we are not physically and/or emotionally close to our family of origin. Quote of the Day: “Family is where you're meant to be most free. Don't let blood chain you down.” -Unknown How to Cultivate Community When You're Not Close to Your Family Get clarity Identify your why Identify your ideal family Heal and forgive Work on your communication skills Meditate and manifest your chosen family TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
Black don’t crack...or does it? What is your relationship with aging? What aspects of the aging process are within our control? In today’s episode, Terri and Dr. Dom examine the science, the common stereotypes, and our perceptions of the aging process for Black women. While this episode only scratches the surface, make sure you are consulting your spiritual, physical, mental, and financial health providers to ensure your aging process is moving in alignment with your values. Quote of the Day: Black don't crack... "This conventional wisdom opens up the door for ageism and discrimination based on looks under the guise of black empowerment." - Kimberly Foster TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
Lady, if you have any young people in your life this episode is definitely for you! Today Terri and Dr. Dom are joined by the incomparable Dr. Alfiee to talk about the mental health issues of BIPOC youth, young adults, and young at heart. This is a conversation full of honesty and realness to not only understand the toxic systems mental health providers navigate to how these same providers prioritize being a safe space for youth and young adults. The powerful gems Dr. Alfiee shares with us are a small portion of the wisdom she provides through her various projects. Donate to the AAKOMA Project  Quote of the Day: "If we stopped saying 'we know what works' (because we actually don't from the way we traditionally 'science') and started asking, 'what works for you?' THEN build TOGETHER from that shared understanding, then we'd see some real positive changes." -Dr. Alfiee Where to Find Dr. Alfiee: @dralfiee and @aakomaproject  – on Twitter, IG and Facebook @couchedincolor – on Twitter and Facebook @couchedincolorpod – on Instagram Alfiee (Dr. Alfiee) Breland-Noble and AAKOMAProject - on LinkedIn TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
Are you protecting your brand and social impact? Unsure of how to effectively navigate the process of protecting your intellectual property?  Then this episode is definitely for you. Today, Terri and Dr. Dom are joined by the founder of Firm for the Culture, Ruky Tijani. She provides useful information on how to protect your contributions to the culture. Trust us when we say the gems Ruky drops will make you think differently about trademarking and copyrighting. Don’t sleep on this game changing information. Plus, you will gain more insight into our podcast name change. Quote of the Day: "If you have a brand making impact, you have a brand worth protecting." -Ruky Where to Find Ruky: Firm for the Culture IG: Firm for the Culture Facebook: Firm for the Culture TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
Lady, have you ever had your chakras line up with your partner’s? Would you know what it feels like if they did? No worries. Mother Earth provides us with everything we need so we got you today! Joining Dr. Dom and Terri this week is Eliza Boquin to educate us on the connection between chakras, energy healing, and sex. Eliza describes each of the seven chakras with examples and how to heal based on each of their functions. Of course, we get an answer to that question of what sex looks like when partners have their chakras aligned. This is such an informative conversation that we know will resonate. Quote of the Day: "Yeah, stamina during sex is cool but have you ever had your chakras line up with your partner's and have them vibrate together?” — Eliza Boquin The 7 chakras: root sacral solar plexus heart throat brow (third eye) crown Where to Find Eliza: The Chakras + Sex + Relationships Podcast The Flow & Ease Healing Center Melanin and Mental Health IG: FlowAndEaseWithE Twitter: Eliza Boquin Facebook: FlowAndEaseWithE TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
“We are all sex workers.” Let that one marinate.  “If you can’t do for you then you can’t do for others.” How does that question apply to sex? In this week’s episode Dr. Dom and Terri dive into that first statement and answer the previous question. Plus, so much more! Today on Cultivating H.E.R.Space, Terri and Dr. Dom are joined by the dynamic Nenna Joiner. From sexual trauma to elder sexual pleasure to selling sex toys to sex workers to porn. The complexities of this conversation are representative of the depths in which our relationship with sex can exist. Nenna drops lots of gems so get ready for the lessons. Quote of the Day: “There's a form of sex or intimacy that you must have with yourself to bring your visions to life.” — Nenna Joiner Priorities for Healthy Sexual Expression Good mental health Positive body image Disconnecting from the world Where to Find Nenna: Feelmore510 Feelmore Adults IG: Feelmore Twitter: Feelmore Facebook: Feelmore TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com Resources: Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC
Lady, do you love only one person at a time? Most likely the answer is, no. If you love more than one person, you are, by definition, polyamorous. Say what now?! Now that we have gotten that out of the way, let’s talk about love with multiple people on the romantic level. Today, Dr. Dom and Terri are joined by Kenya K. Stevens of the Progressive Love Academy to debunk some of the misconceptions about having multiple loves. This is a real conversation about the facts, nuances, and complexities of navigating romantic relationships. The Progressive Love Academy has something for everyone. Quote of the Day: "I reserve the right to love many different people at once, and to change my prince often" -Anais Nin Where to Find Kenya: Progressive Love Academy IG: Kenya K. Stevens Twitter: Kenya K. Stevens Facebook: Kenya K. Stevens YouTube Channel TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
WARNING: Explicit Content. Not suitable for sensitive ears or the faint of heart. We are talking about sex, vaginas, penises, etc. and use other colorful descriptors for our body parts. Now that we have warned you, lady, today Dr. Dom and Terri dive into Jazmine Sullivan’s new album...Heaux Tales. If you have not listened yet we suggest checking it out and then coming back to the episode. Or...you can play it as you listen to this episode. This entertaining and informative exploration of the album is sure to  bring up experiences familiar for you or someone you know. Thanks to Jazmine Sullivan for telling the world about our complex relationship with our bodies and sex. Quote of the Day: "The thing is, dudes can’t handle if a woman takes the same liberties as them especially with regards to sex. Like our society teaches men to be so wrapped up in themselves and their own conquests that they forget we’re sexual beings as well. Plus, their egos are often way too fragile to ever handle a woman who owns and has any real agency over her body. And we’re to blame as well…’cause we’re out here telling them the p*$$y is theirs, when in actuality, it’s ours." -Antoinette’s Tale from Jazmine Sullivan’s Heaux Tales TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources: Melanin and Mental Health Therapy for Black Girls  Psychology Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us: Twitter: @HERspacepodcast Instagram: @herspacepodcast Facebook: @herspacepodcast Website: cultivatingherspace.com
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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

May 15th
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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!!

Nov 27th
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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

This episode brought me to tears I love you two! Your style and how you flow together it's so magical!! I would love to be on your podcast one day!!

May 29th
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Melanin Monroe

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

May 27th
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