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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.
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Lady! You might want to put your headphones on for today’s episode because our guest this week is determined to get you hot, hot, hot in all of the right ways. Bel Di Lorenzo is the author of The Goh!ddess Method and owner of goh!ddess, an online school dedicated to helping women unlock the sexual goddess that lives within them. She stops by Cultivating H.E.R. Space to talk to Terri and Dr. Dom about how they can spice up their bedroom using the ancient art of pompoir. What is pompoir you ask? It is a sexual practice with origins in the Far East used to enhance a woman’s sexual pleasure with or without a partner.  Dr. Dom and Terri offer their perspectives having both read the book and tried the course and Bel peels back the layers that keep women from owning their sexual power. Lady, if you’re ready to radiate undeniable feminine confidence you have to tune in to this week’s episode!  Quote of the Day:"Do NOT use what you learn on men you don't care about." –Bel DiLorenzo  Get a 25% discount on The Gohddess Program with the code CULTIVATE at www.gohddess.com.  Where to find Bel Di Lorenzo:Website: gohddess.comBook: The Goh!ddess MethodInstagram: @goh.ddess  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! Are you ready to step into your power in a way that is authentic to you? Are you ready to move in the direction that spirit tells you it’s time to move in? Are you ready to shine your light as bright as possible for the world to see? If you are ready for all of that then grab that journal, warm up that tea and prepare yourself for a powerful episode with Sarah Jakes Roberts.  Sarah Jakes Roberts is an author, speaker, entrepreneur, philanthropist, copastor of One Los Angeles, and founder of Women Evolve. This multimedia platform provides women with the tools to make lasting changes and lead empowered lives. Sarah’s calm nature drops a dose of serenity in Cultivating H.E.R. Space as she talks about how she transcended the challenges that come with being a teen mom and daughter of world-renowned pastor, T.D. Jakes, to stake her claim as an empowered woman with something to say.  She dives deep into what inspired her to write Power Moves, her newest offering, and why it is important for women to take all of the pieces of their lives – past and present – and remove judgment to step forward into their futures confidently. Lady, if you are ready to bless up your life, you won’t want to miss this dope conversation!  Quote of the Day:“May you discover the power of being yourself and release the gift of you every place you go.” – Sarah Jakes Roberts    Where to find Sarah Jakes Roberts:Website: Sarah Jakes RobertsX: @SJakesRobertsInstagram: @sarahjakesrobertsFacebook: Sarah Jakes Roberts TikTok: @realsarahjakesrobertsPodcast: Women Evolve  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
Get ready to hear your favorite stories remixed with beats and hooks that you can’t find in books! In Once Upon a Beat, host DJ Fyütch and his sidekick/turntable Baby Scratch drop the needle on classic stories, spinning them up with a hip-hop twist. They’re turning the tables on your favorite fables – putting the Rap in Rapunzel, letting Goldilocks rock out, and helping the Ugly Duckling march to his own beat! Where hip hop and fables meet, It's Once Upon a Beat! Listen to new episodes of Once Upon a Beat here.
Hey lady! Are you ready for a good time? Well, tap in because Dr. Ansel Augustine stops by Cultivating H.E.R. Space to discuss his unique perspective on the importance of religion and how his faith has sustained him over the years. Dr. Augustine is an Emmy-nominated Producer, author, and the former Director of the Office of Black Catholic Ministries for the Archdiocese of New Orleans. He shares his knowledge as a culture bearer of New Orleans history with Terri, and shares some familial jokes with Dr. Dom, someone he's known for more than 20 years as they discuss the intersection of religion and ratchet. Tune in and feel inspired as Dr. Augustine talks about the ways he has allowed his faith to put him in places where he is both a servant and a leader. You won’t want to miss it!  Quote of the Day:"The message is the same but the delivery needs to change." – Dr. Ansel Augustine  Where to find Dr. Ansel Augustine:Website: Holyhotboy.infoWebsite: BlackFaithMatters.com Instagram: @preach504  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
This episode contains mentions of sexual abuse and trauma. Please take care of yourself as you listen.  Hey lady! This week Dr. Dom and Terri welcome gina Breedlove, a sound healer, vocalist, composer, grief doula, and author of The Vibration of Grace: Sound Healing of Rituals for Liberation, for a raw conversation about the deep work that is involved in healing past traumas.  Healing is a complex and layered process with many tools and resources that can help you as you do the work. One key modality in healing is sound healing. You may have seen the singing bowls before, but gina breaks down all of the different ways sound can be used to heal trauma and remedy any energy incongruencies they may be experiencing – and, good news some of them are free and available to you right now! You don’t have to travel to Sedona for a retreat to experience the benefits of sound healing. gina offers a few tools that help you dig deep into your awareness to alleviate the symptoms of trauma. She also delves into her work as a grief doula and explains why we need to re-examine the ways we hold on to and release grief.  Lady, get cozy, light a candle, and allow gina’s voice and presence to soothe your mind and spirit. You’re worthy of peace.  Quote of the Day:“Healing is real. It is possible to free up a space in your body where you know that harm has been taking up residence and put yourself there.” – gina Breedlove  Where to find gina Breedlove:Website: ginabreedlove.comFacebook: gina BreedloveInstagram: @ginabreedloveTikTok: @vibrationofgrace  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! We’ve all heard about the importance of self-care, but how often do we hear about “me time”? You know that elusive section of time where it’s just you and you? The time you spend with yourself is critical to your continued evolution, development, and growth no matter what season of life you find yourself in. However, finding that time can be a different story when you have a full life of demands and responsibilities. Terri and Dr. Dom can relate and have tips and techniques to help you bake in me time so that your cup stays full and you can keep the most important relationship you have, the one with yourself, healthy and vibrant.Check out the Aftershow for a list of positive affirmations that you can carry with you throughout the day. And, remember sis, you’re worthy of the best, so be sure you’re giving yourself just that!  Tips for cultivating Me Time: 1. Quality over quantity:· Whether it's five minutes or five hours, what's most important is doing something that pours into you.2. Set boundaries to guard your time· Set alarms or timers to keep yourself honest about your time. · Communicate your needs with others 3. Make sure it is SOLO time· The time with self is different from being lonely; reframe how you look at time alone.4. Be flexible· You don’t have to do the same things all the time  Quote of the Day:"You cannot pour from an empty cup. Take time to nourish yourself and treat you the way you want others to treat you." – Dr. Dom  Visit magicmind.com/cultivatingher and use code cultivatingher20 and you can get up to 50% off your subscription for the next 10 days.  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! Do you feel like most days you have more to-do list than you do hours to complete it? If that sounds like you then today’s episode will be right on time because Dr. Dom and Terri have some thoughts, tips, and strategies on how you can maximize your time to make the most of it.  Lady, we are what we tell ourselves we are, so if you believe that you are busy and don’t have time to do the things that will make you feel fulfilled and content in life – so shall it be. But, once you flip the mindset to a life that is full of things you get to do, watch how your life organizes itself to match that vibration. Need some tips on how to structure your new-found time? Head to Patreon for the Aftershow! Dr. Dom and Terri have some solid tips on how to create a routine that is not only grounded in reality, but dare we say…fun? Tap in!  Quote of the Day:"I have all the time I need to get everything done that needs to get done." – Terri Lomax Visit magicmind.com/cultivatingher and use code cultivatingher20 and you can get up to 50% off your subscription for the next 10 days.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! We know you already know that prioritizing your health is a top priority for living a full, fabulous life, but the overarching question is often with what time? Have no fear, this week Dr. Dom and Terri break down all of the ways they fit fitness into their busy lives.  There’s no getting around the fact that keeping a healthy mind and body are paramount for Black women’s existence on the planet. But, getting fit doesn’t have to be something you loathe. Tune in to today’s episode for ideas on how you can get fine, save time, and have fun! You got this!  1. Focus on moving your body2. Find a physical activity that you enjoy3. Do it at a time and place that works for you4. Understand the importance of your schedule5. Monitor and adjust your mental dialogue6. Seek professional guidance (E.g.; Trainer, therapist, physical therapist, medical doctor, mindset coach)7. Bake fun into your fitness journey8. Know that baby steps are perfectly okay  Quote of the Day:“It’s time for you to move, realizing that the thing you are seeking is also seeking you.” — Iyanla Vanzant  Visit magicmind.com/cultivatingher and use code cultivatingher20 and you can get up to 50% off your subscription for the next 10 days.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
Sis! This week Dr. Dom and Terri are thrilled to welcome Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, the force and founder of Therapy for Black Girls and author of Sisterhood Heals, back to the podcast to discuss all of the wonderful moves she’s made since her first appearance in Season 3, Episode 8. The three dynamic women discuss the importance of finding your tribe, cultivating real relationships, and they address the prickly parts of growing and growing apart that can happen in friendships. Dr. Joy is a leading voice on mental health and emotional wellness, and she’s poured a lot of her wisdom into her new book, while also learning a lot about herself in the process. Lady, if you’re ready to transform your relationships so that they are deeper and more meaningful then this is the episode for you! Dr. Joy offers perspective on what building new friendships really entails (hint: rejection is a possibility) and why understanding your needs can help you call in your people.  We want to hear from you! Tap in on Instagram and let us know how sisterhood has helped you along your journey.  Quote of the Day:"That thing Black women feel when we gather is a kind of glue, a stabilizing force we actively created out of the pain and trauma of our lived experiences in order to hold us up and together."  – Dr. Joy  Where to find Dr. Joy Harden Bradford:Website: Dr. Joy Harden BradfordWebsite: Therapy for Black GirlsWebsite: Sisterhoodheals.comInstagram: @hellodrjoyInstagram: @therapyforblackgirlsInstagram: @sisterhoodhealsTikTok: @hellodrjoyTikTok: @therapyforblackgirlsX: @hellodrjoyX: @therapy4bgirlsYouTube: Therapy for Black Girls  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 Goddess...yes you! Have you ever stopped to truly recognize the immense power within you? If not, come in close and turn up the volume! We're about to unveil secrets to unlocking your erotic power and igniting a whole new dimension of the incredible, fierce woman that resides within.Tyomi Morgan, certified sexologist and creator of the Cowgirl Workout, joins Terri and Dr. Dom for a juicy conversation about the ways women and penis havers can tap into their sexual power to gain access to deeper intimacy. Whether you're conservative in the bedroom or always on go with your wild side, there’s a richness that exists when you fully understand and accept your desires and sexual prowess. The key is to get to know yourself first intimately, remove shame and judgment, and pour love in all of the places your sexuality feels tender to the touch. Lady, we want you feeling your most delicious and sensuous self all day, everyday. So, tune in and find out how owning all of your power, including your erotic power, will help you level up in every area of your life.  Quote of the Day:"We all have a sexual ego, and it’s okay to pour into it with affirmation and love!"  – Tyomi Morgan  Where to find Tyomi Morgan:Website: The Pleasure AcademyWebsite: The Cowgirl WorkoutWebsite: Glam Erotica 101Instagram: @realglamazontyomiYouTube: Glam Erotica 101X: @Glamazontyomi  Get a 25% discount on The Gohddess Program with the code CULTIVATE at www.gohddess.com.  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 Dr. Della V. Mosley, healer, scholar-activist, and spacemaker, joins Dr. Dom and Terri for a powerful conversation about healing and what cultivating a lifestyle that supports healing actually looks like. Dr. Della dives deep into how she began her healing journey. Like many of you, she began to experience the real and painful signs of burnout and made big changes to give her life more spaciousness and ease. She offers the audience some of the juicy wellness practices that sustain her and unpacks how a part of her radical activism is caring for herself in the highest order. Lady, if you are beginning to understand yourself and your feminist frameworks, grab your favorite cozy blanket, light that sensuous candle, and your Cultivating H.E.R. Space latte mug (located in the Cultivating H.E.R. Space shop) and tune into the soothing conversation we have for you today! Quote of the Day:"If we’re not taking care of ourselves, how can we truly take care of others? Hurt people hurt people and we gotta stop the hurt."  – Dr. Della V. Mosley  Where to find Dr. Della V. Mosley:Website: Dr. Della V. MosleyInstagram: @dvmosleyX: @DellaVMosleyFacebook: The Wells Healing CenterInstagram: @wellshealingInstagram: @blafemmehealing  Get a 25% discount on The Gohddess Program with the code CULTIVATE at www.gohddess.com.  Register 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! Black History Month may be officially over, but we celebrate the richness of our history every day, which is why this week’s episode is extra special. Jayme Lawson and Weruche Opia, stars of the Disney/Hulu series GENIUS: MLK/X, join Terri and Dr. Dom for a beautiful conversation about the wonder and depth of the Black experience. The two powerhouses share their testimonies of endurance and perseverance to position themselves to portray the extraordinary legacies of Dr. Betty X Shabazz and Coretta Scott King on the small screen. Both women are civil rights luminaries in their own right and spouses to civil rights icons Dr. Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. The ladies dive deep into their research and process for fleshing out these roles and bringing fresh light and perspective to the incredible stories of the women. Lady, if you’re looking for inspiration on how to lead a full life of integrity and purpose tune in for this awesome episode! Quote of the Day:"Sometimes, I am also identified as a civil rights leader or a human rights activist. I would also like to be thought of as a complex, three-dimensional, flesh-and-blood human being with a rich storehouse of experiences, much like everyone else, yet unique in my own way, much like everyone else.”– Coretta Scott King Where to find Weruche Opia:Instagram: @werucheopia Where to find Jayme Lawson:Instagram: @jaymelawson Get a 25% discount on The Gohddess Program with the code CULTIVATE at www.gohddess.com. Register 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 Today Therapy for QPOC Where to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Lady! If you are ready to make bold, decisive actions towards achieving your wildest dreams then this episode is for you! Guryan Tighe, a fear technician and founder of Fourage, sits with Dr. Dom and Terri and offers a solid game plan on how to let fear activate you into forward movement. Guryan is no stranger to the podcast and this time she’s coming back with the heat.The ladies dive deep and start asking the questions that help you get to the core root of where any fear you may be facing stems from. Lady, you might want to head to the Cultivating H.E.R. Space shop and grab a journal because this conversation is a great starting place for you to endeavor a deeper conversation with yourself. Becoming your most badass self involves a measure of courage that may be greater than you currently have so tap in and gain some tools to help you cultivate the reservoir of strength, bravery, and guts that will help you leap into your next level. Quote of the Day:"Fear is telling you where to apply courage." – Guryan Tighe Where to find Guryan Tighe:Website: Fourage LinkedIn:Guryan Tighe Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop! Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space Sanctuary Resources:Dr. Dom’s Therapy Practice Branding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOC Where to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Hey lady! Are you ready for a big dose of motivation? This week, Jeff Nelson, co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Blavity, joins Dr. Dom and Terri for some real talk about the inspiration and motivation that drives him to pour back into his community by creating avenues for us to see ourselves in spaces we may not always do so. Jeff drops gems on how to navigate the difficult landscape of being a Black entrepreneur while keeping his creative fire stoked. Tune in and find out how this man on the move honors his passions as he continues to make his big dreams happen!Quote of the Day:"My mind is an infinite canvas framed by logic and reason. I’m both an ENGINEER who uses technology to make complex things simple and an ARTIST who makes simple things remarkable with nuance and texture."– Jeff Nelson Where to find Jeff Nelson:Website: Jeff NelsonIG: @thatjeffnelsonLinkedIn: Jeff NelsonX: @thatjeffnelson Register 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! Are you ready for some motivation for every aspect of your life? If you are, this episode is for you! Felisha Sweat is the founder of Empowered Projects and People, a business operations consulting service, and co-founder of Secure the Bag, a trading company she founded with her husband. She dishes all things boss babe life with Terri and Dr. Dom this week and drops gems as she shares pieces of her journey. Queen Fe keeps it all the way real about how trusting her journey, no matter how many twists and turns happened along the way, led her to big results and a rewarding life. Tap in and get a dose of Fe’s authentic energy and let her story help fuel you as you chase your dreams. Secure the bag with style, sis! Quote of the Day:"If you want your partner to make a move on something, position them to feel like they are MISSING AN OPPORTUNITY, NOT taking a RISK…" – Felisha Sweat Where to find Felisha Sweat:Website: Felisha SweatIG: @fit4thegoodlifeThreads: @fit4thegoodlife Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop! Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri Cultivating 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
Calling all of the book lovers! Lady, we have a hot one for you this week. Avery Cunningham, author of The Mayor of Maxwell Street, stops by Cultivating H.E.R. Space to discuss her debut novel and her process of writing a thrilling story about love, loss, and success. Terri and Dr. Dom sit down with Avery for an insightful conversation about how she crafted an enthralling story set in the 1920s. Avery dives deep into her research for the book and why immersing yourself in the world of your characters and providing context for the beautiful world you’re building for them helps you as an author. She also shares tips on how you can improve your skills as a writer – hint, Avatar: The Last Airbender has some gems for you aspiring wordsmiths – and why a strong support network can take you far in life. So, tap into Avery’s beautiful energy in this episode and find your next weekend read! Quote of the Day:"A part of me is still a little girl staring up at her mother’s collection of books, dreaming of the day when my story could sit on that shelf." – Avery Cunningham Where to find Avery Cunningham:Website: Avery CunninghamBook: The Mayor of Maxwell StreetTikTok: @averywritesbigbooksIG: @averywritesbigbooksFacebook: Avery CunninghamX: @AA_CunninghamPinterest: Avery Cunningham Register 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
Lady! Have you found yourself yearning for deeper more intimate relationships in your life? Or, are you in a fulfilling relationship and finding something is missing? Is that something…you? This week Terri and Dr. Dom sit and discuss all the small and subtle ways we can begin to lose ourselves in our relationships, both romantic and platonic, and how you can find your way back to a sustainable relationship with the most important person in your world – you!Intimate partner relationships and close friendships add necessary dimension to life but sometimes they can turn into less-than-ideal situations due to enmeshment, co-dependency, and loss of identity. The good news is there are ways to find a sense of sovereignty in your togetherness. The dynamic hosts list out ways you can still maintain your independence while growing deeply with the people you care about. Remember lady, 2024 is about reaching new heights so tune in to learn how you can navigate your relationships more skillfully! Quote of the Day:“When you get so caught up in someone else that you stop being able to recognize yourself, it’s time to take a step back and reevaluate your priorities.” – Author Unknown Head to factormeals.com/herspace50 and use code herspace50 to get 50% off. That’s code herspace50 at factormeals.com/herspace50 to get 50% off! Register 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! If you’ve been tuning in the past couple of weeks you know that Dr. Dom and Terri are gearing up for a stellar 2024 and they hope you join them along the journey. In episode 1 of this season, they had a loving and real conversation about why it’s important to break free of the opinions of other people and offered tips on how to do it with grace. Episode 2 gave you the antidote to all of the people-pleasing ways you’ve accumulated over the years – self-compassion, one of the greatest tools in your arsenal.Well, lady strap in because this week Jasmine P. Green joins Terri and Dr. Dom to give you the roadmap to the greatest tool to help you unlock your potential and achieve your dreams. Jasmine is a friend of the show and the creator of the Inner Millionaire app, a transformational platform designed to support the bold, ambitious woman who is ready to develop unwavering confidence in themselves. Jasmine offers the audience a grounded perspective on how to develop real, lasting, unshakable confidence. Her point of view comes from taking the lessons she’s experienced and turning them into gems to share with our community. Lady, break free from the shackles of low confidence and get ready to leap into your future with all of the tools you need! Quote of the Day:"If you aren’t a full body yes to your expansion, you will remain exactly where you are." – Jasmine P. Green Register 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
Lady, last week Dr. Dom and Terri set the stage for a powerful, productive, and prosperous 2024. But, they only had one hour and didn’t cover one of the most important keys of how you get there – self-compassion. This week, Terri and Dr. Dom dive deep into the nuances of one of the most impactful tools you can carry in your arsenal. Self-compassion is an opportunity to give yourself grace for the lessons you’ve learned and the wisdom to forgive yourself for doing your best with the information you had at the time. They discuss scenarios that help you identify when you’re being self-compassionate and self-pitying. One helps you move forward to a place of accountability, giving you the power to make informed decisions about the changes you want to make in your life. The other can, if left unchecked, keep you in a loop or leave you stuck. Curl up with your favorite mug of tea (psst! Check the Cultivating H.E.R. Space shop for an amazing latte mug and pillow for lounging), turn us on, and get ready for a heap of soul nourishment as you journey towards healing! Quote of the Day:"What we say to ourselves matters and Where focus goes, energy flows."– Unknown Register 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 Health Therapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOC Where to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com
Lady! Welcome to 2024. This week Terri and Dr. Dom are coming in hot because in 2024 we don’t have time to waste playing small. Has people pleasing plagued you throughout your life? If so, this episode is for you. Dr. Dom and Terri break down all of the ways that breaking away from people pleasing by learning to tune into your true self-perception and self-concept will grant you freedom and allow you to reclaim your power. Don’t feel bad if you’ve found yourself in situations where your need for external validation has left you with cringe-inducing results. We’ve all been there. Fill yourself up with some self-compassion and allow yourself to heal those old wounds so you can welcome the newness awaiting you. You’ve got this!Quote of the Day:“Remember no one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”– Eleanor Roosevelt Register 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 Health Therapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOC Where to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: 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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