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Get Naked LIVE | Redefining the Strong Black Woman

Get Naked LIVE | Redefining the Strong Black Woman

Author: Shirley Hubbard - Strong Black Woman Advocate

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Intimately honest, sometimes uncomfortable, yet strangely funny conversations and real life stories on how emotionally draining being a STRONG BLACK WOMAN can be.



Each episode is intended to help you, me, her embrace our emotional nakedness and define strength on our own terms so that we can ditch the cape and LOVE life unmasked! In other words, we’re here to tell the world that we dance to the beat of our STRONG!



And I don’t know about you, but I’m all about getting my dance on; and if I can do it naked, well... ummm... that’s even better. So pour yourself a cup of tea (or your favorite beverage) and LET’S GET NAKED!
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014: The Strong Black Woman vs. White Privilege w/Amy Brooks
WHITE PRIVILEGE DOES EXIST IN AMERICA!Dear oppressors of the STRONG BLACK WOMAN:Don’t tell me to be myself, but in the same breath say, “Girl!!! Not like that”.Don’t tell me how to feel. How to respond. How to live.Don’t tell me what to say. What to wear. How to pray.Let me be me. Let me do me. Let me live free… in all of my vulnerability without you sitting in the corner judging me!This episode of Get Naked LIVE features, Amy Brooks who is not afraid to tell the world that white privilege DOES INDEED EXIST.  She and I had such an amazing time chatting it up about the differences in the experiences of white women vs. those of black women, the expectations of society from black women in their personal and business lives and what we can all do to bridge the gap.Amy Brooks gets naked about white privilege in America “White women in particular have the privilege to opt in or out of conversations— opt in or opt out of the struggle, the fight for justice and difficult conversations. Everything just feels really optional for white women...”Some of the episode's defining moments include: The white woman's experience vs that of the African American Woman The STRONG BLACK WOMAN in and outside the board room Bridging the gap in race relations and embracing human connection That moment when her bi-racial son labeled her as "another white woman yelling at black boys" Normalizing mixed faces and modeling authentic connections despite our differences ABOUT AMY BROOKSAmy Brooks is a book coach and author who helps wannabe writers get out of their own way. She encourages everyone to figure out their story and share their wisdom. She founded VoicePenPurpose Publishing to help individuals embrace their voice, pick up their pen, and step into their purpose. After moving her family to Costa Rica and holding Writing for Change retreats there, she and her family have recently resettled in Maryland. She works with clients online and in small workshops. Learn more at VoicePenPurpose.com.You can find Amy in the following online spaces:Facebook:  Voice Pen Purpose Publishing and  Amy BrooksIf you enjoyed this episode of Get Naked LIVE, tell a friend to tell a friend.…and if would you have a story to share and would like to be a guest on the show, Click HERE to make it happen.   SUBSCRIBE. RATE. REVIEW If you found this episode valuable, head on over to Apple Podcasts and SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW! And if you’re moved to do so, kindly leave us a rating and review. Other Ways to subscribe to the Get Naked LIVE Podcast for the Strong Black Woman: Click here to subscribe via Google Play Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Click here to subscribe via Tunein Click here to subscribe via e-mailWant to join the conversation? Friend me on Facebook or hop on over to the Get Naked LIVE Facebook Page and share your thoughts in the comments of this week's episode or any other episode that suits your fancy.psst.... Check out what's coming down the pipeline...Get Naked LIVE Weekly panel discussions,  Get Naked Bath, Body and Mind™ , Shades of STRONG™ multi-media campaign and docu-series COMING SOON.  Like the Facebook Page to stay in the loop.
013: Life for Me Ain’t Been No Crystal Stair
People often look at me and think that I have it all together — mostly because that’s what I've led them to believe.I haven't always been this big bundle of AWESOMENESS you see out here in these internet streets, and in the words of Langston Hughes, "LIFE FOR ME AIN'T BEEN NO CRYSTAL STAIR".It's been filled with lots of tragedy, trauma, heartache and heartbreaks.  As a matter of fact, it wasn't that long ago that my life was in complete shambles. I was carrying around so much bitterness and anger, and unforgiveness was wreaking havoc on my life.In hindsight, it was such a miserable existence – loneliness, unhappiness and so much unrest. So, I did something about it! I took my life back and I've never been happier.For several weeks I've been sharing the stories of some amazing women, but now it's my turn to GET NAKED!  I cannot lie, y'all.  I was a little  nervous about it, which is why it took me so long to release this episode.  Seriously, I was supposed to do this a month ago.  But my fears got the best of me.  I was like Shirley, are you really ready to get THAT naked before your listeners, but here I am taking my clothes off  because I realize that my story is not about me -- it never has been.  It's about those I've been called to serve and if you're listening this episode or reading this post, you're included in that number.So here goes........In this episode you get the raw, unedited, uncut version of me – the me without the mask.
I’m Coming Out Naked and Unashamed
... and we're back!! Well not quite, but after a three week hiatus we'll be back MONDAY with a brand new episode and I'm head over heals excited about it!   As you already know, I've had several guests come on to share their stories about getting naked, defining strength on their own terms and learning to LOVE LIFE UNMASKED!Well, guys...it's my turn!!!  That's right!  I'm coming out NAKED AND UNASHAMED. Monday's episode is going to be epic because I'm taking my clothes off and I'm inviting you to take a front row seat as I share my story of how I overcame a number of traumatic events -- and I'm going all in.I'm talking heart break, domestic violence, sexual assault, rebellious teens, teen pregnancies, prison sentences, job loss, foreclosure, car repossession............  You name it!!! I'll probably be talking about it!!!Trust me! You don't want to miss it.I ain't gon lie, though!  I'm a little nervous about it, but I'm doing it anyway and I hope you'll be tuning in!!Anyway...  been behind the scenes doing the damn thing and I'm wasn't just working on new episodes.  I've been working on the Get Naked product line, I've been putting plans in place for the sister circle, a docu-series, a multi media campaign, international strong black woman day...all kinds of goodness because we are taking the words, STRONG BLACK WOMAN back!!  If I have anything to do with it, those three words will no longer be associated with negative connotations.  Those three words will no longer be stigmatized!....and you can help me make that happen.  Hop over to the home page of getnakedlive.com, scroll down until you see the link the says "join the movement", type in your name and email address to get the deets and lets make it happen.
012: Loving Every Fiber of Your Naked Self w/Kaila Boulware
Episode 012 of Get Naked LIVE™ features Kaila Boulware, President of the Baldie Movement.  Kaila has been struggling with alopecia for ten years and there were days when she was afraid to leave her room without something covering her head; but FED UP with hiding, she looked at herself in the mirror about two years ago, and declared, ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! Today, SHE'S BALD! SHE'S NAKED! SHE'S FREE!! Tune in to today's episode of Get Naked LIVE and hear how she finally kicked fear in the butt and started walking in freedom and wholeness. Kaila Boulware  gets naked about loving yourself from the OUTSIDE in while living with alopecia."From birth, we are taught that our hair is a major part of our beauty. But, what if we don't have any!? Are we not beautiful? Of course we are! But how do we come to learn, and accept our beauty as bald women in a world that tell us we are not so?"Kaila addresses these questions throughout her interview while taking us on a journey of how she learned to embrace her physical nakedness, which in turn taught her how to embrace her emotional nakedness.Some of the episode's defining moments include: How alopecia affected her confidence and self-esteem Viewing beauty from a perspective that promotes loving yourself unconditionally The black girl starter kit and common myths about being bald Dating as a baldie and how she met her husband AFTER she shaved her head Loving yourself with or without hair -- no matter your size, or shape Defining beauty on your own terms ABOUT KAILA BOULWAREKaila Boulware  is a digital artist and philanthropist residing in New Jersey. Graduating from Rutgers University, Kaila uses her skills and talents to showcase the "NAKEDNESS"  of women in the fashion and entertainment industry.  She's also the president of The B.A.L.D.I.E (Beauty and Love Demonstrated in Everything) Movement, where she works to celebrate, support, and empower bald women and children to love themselves more--without the need of hair.You can find Kaila in the following online spaces:Facebook:  The Baldie Movement and  Kaila BoulwareInstagram: The Baldie Movement and   Kaila BoulwareClick HERE to Join The Baldie Movement Support GroupClick HERE to Join Kaila and Other Baldies for Walk with Confidence 2018Kaila's MOST Quotable Moment:"You have to love your NAKED self unconditionally.  If you don't,  no one else will."If you enjoyed this episode of Get Naked LIVE, tell a friend to tell a friend.…and if would you have a story to share and would like to be a guest on the show, Click HERE to make it happen.   SUBSCRIBE. RATE. REVIEW If you found this episode valuable, head on over to Apple Podcasts and SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW! And if you’re moved to do so, kindly leave us a rating and review. Other Ways to subscribe to the Get Naked LIVE Podcast for the Strong Black Woman: Click here to subscribe via Google Play Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Click here to subscribe via Tunein Click here to subscribe via e-mailWant to join the conversation? Friend me on Facebook or hop on over to the Get Naked LIVE Facebook Page and share your thoughts in the comments of this week's episode or any other episode that suits your fancy.psst.... Check out what's coming down the pipeline...Get Naked LIVE Weekly panel discussions,  Get Naked Bath, Body and Mind™ , Shades of STRONG™ multi-media campaign and docu-series COMING SOON.  Like the Facebook Page to stay in the loop.
011: Forgiving Your Offender After Sexual and Physical Abuse w/Nicole K. Jones
Episode 011 of Get Naked LIVE™ features Nicole K. Jones, Domestic Violence Advocate. In this episode Nicole shares her story of sexual and physical abuse and how she was finally able to begin the healing and forgiveness process. Nicole gets really transparent about her experience — how long she stayed, why she stayed, how she thought her love for him was enough to fix him and the straw that broke the camel's back, forcing her to accept that LOVE was not enough to fix what was broken in her offender's life. In this episode Nicole K. Jones let's us into some very private areas of her life and how forgiving your offender after sexual and physical abuse set her free from the emotional bondage.As a survivor of sexual and physical abuse, Nicole is now very cognizant of the subtle signs of abuse.  She now makes it a habit of listening to what people are not saying.  Additionally, as a domestic violence advocate she sows seeds of hope, healing and happiness into the lives of other women who need support in that area.Some of the episode's defining moments include: How it felt to be labeled as strong when her life was falling apart The affects of sexual and physical abuse in her life How she overcame sexual and physical abuse What it was like wearing the mask and how she moved on from a facade life How to recognize the subtle signs of abuse What it took and how long it took for her to forgive her offender ABOUT NICOLE K. JONESNicole K Jones is a writer, author, and humanitarian. She has created a culture of community partnering with local nonprofits to build rapport and enhance the quality of life for those in need.She is active in working with domestic violence survivors, homeless youth and community service organizations. She understands how essential it is to support institutions of culture and learning, S he takes immense gratification in volunteering and believes it is the duty of every citizen to support others in need.She has worked with several organizations and has had the privilege of teaching workshops for  youth creating a step by step process on how to write a book as well as reading and writing poetry session.  For Nicole, volunteering is empowering and sharing a common bond to help others is rewarding.You can find Nicole in the following online spaces:Facebook: Nicole K. JonesHope and Healing Facebook CommunityInstagram:  Nicole K. JonesNicole's MOST Quotable Moment:"I believe in prayer. I believe in God.  I believe in doing all of that; but you have to take action for your healing."If you enjoyed this episode of Get Naked LIVE, tell a friend to tell a friend.…and if would you have a story to share and would like to be a guest on the show, Click HERE to make it happen.   SUBSCRIBE. RATE. REVIEW If you found this episode valuable, head on over to Apple Podcasts and SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW! And if you’re moved to do so, kindly leave us a rating and review. Other Ways to subscribe to Get Naked LIVE Podcast: Click here to subscribe via Google Play Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Click here to subscribe via Tunein Click here to subscribe via e-mailWant to join the conversation? Friend me on Facebook or hop on over to the Get Naked LIVE Facebook Page and share your thoughts in the comments of this week's episode or any other episode that suits your fancy.psst.... Check out what's coming down the pipeline...Get Naked LIVE Weekly panel discussions,  Get Naked Bath, Body and Mind™ , Shades of STRONG™ multi-media campaign and docu-series COMING SOON.  Like the Facebook Page to stay in the loop.
010: Teen Dating Violence: Good Girls DO Kiss & Tell w/Juanita Foster
Episode 010 of Get Naked LIVE™ features Juanita Foster, Leadership & Team Development Expert, Speaker, Trainer, and Consultant.  In this episode Juanita shares her story of experiencing teen dating violence while being a mother at the age of fifteen.  She recounts the first time she was hit by the father of her child, how she hid it from her family and friends while still attending school, and how she finally got out. In this episode we see how unfortunate circumstances such as teen dating violence can take you to your breaking point, and how you can use those same circumstances to propel to your place of victory. Growing up Juanita found herself a parent at the tender age of fifteen, taking care of siblings because her mom had succumb to drug abuse, and fighting desperately to keep the state's Child Protective Services out of their lives.   She used that "strong black woman strength" that we all desperately cling to, to not only save her life, but to save her child's life and the lives of her siblings.Some of the episode's defining moments include: Being in an abusive relationship at the age of fifteen while tackling being in an abusive relationship How she had to leave her son with his paternal grandmother to save their lives The physical scars she's still living with and how she overcame the emotional scars How her abuser alienated her from her friends and how she ended up living with his family How the strong black women in her family helped her make sure the state didn't get involved How she lied to her family and friends of about the abuse ABOUT JUANITA FOSTERJuanita is a Leadership & Team Development Expert, Speaker, Trainer, and Consultant.Her deep passion and commitment to leadership have led her to launch, Educate Motivate Elevate Consulting, LLC (EME Consulting). EME Consulting is committed to working with leaders and aspiring leaders on the nine pillars of leadership so that they show up powerfully and as a result, their organization experience increased profits.Juanita received her Certification in Training and Staff Development in 2006, B.S. in Organizational Management in 2007 and M.A. in Organizational Leadership in 2009 from Wilmington University. She received her Ed. D in Organizational Leadership from Argosy University in 2016. She is also a member of Sigma National Honor Society.Juanita is a Delaware native, a mother of three children and grandmother to two grandchildren.You can find Juanita in the following online spaces:Website: leadingisthenewprofit.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/drjuanitaTwitter:  @emeconsulting1Instagram:  @Emeconsulting Juanita's MOST Quotable Moment:"You don't always have to be strongest person in the room."If you enjoyed this episode of Get Naked LIVE, tell a friend to tell a friend.…and if would you have a story to share and would like to be a guest on the show, Click HERE to make it happen.   SUBSCRIBE. RATE. REVIEW If you found this episode valuable, head on over to Apple Podcasts and SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW! And if you’re moved to do so, kindly leave us a rating and review. Other Ways to subscribe to Get Naked LIVE Podcast: Click here to subscribe via Google Play Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Click here to subscribe via Tunein Click here to subscribe via e-mailWant to join the conversation? Friend me on Facebook or hop on over to the Get Naked LIVE Facebook Page and share your thoughts in the comments of this week's episode or any other episode that suits your fancy.psst.... Check out what's coming down the pipeline...Get Naked LIVE Weekly panel discussions,  Get Naked Bath, Body and Mind™ , Shades of STRONG™ multi-media campaign and docu-series COMING SOON.  Like the Facebook Page to stay in the loop.
009: Ditching the Mask and Coming out of Hiding w/Adelai Brown
Episode 009 of Get Naked LIVE™ features Adelai Brown, Heart Coach, Speaker and Mentor.  In this episode Adelai paints a very vivid picture of how ditching the mask and coming out of hiding saved her life.  She speaks candidly about how she had to overcome the pressure to be impenetrable and secretive about her life. She takes a deep dive into how black women unknowingly nurture humanity without caring for themselves, and in many cases, without allowing themselves to be cared for. In this episode we get an inside look at a courageous woman ditching the mask and finally coming out of hiding Growing up with a single mom, Adelai found herself tied up and bound up in emotional turmoil.  Growing up without a father meant growing up in a toxic environment for her.  After years of the toxicity and fighting desperately to be STRONG in the midst of LIFE HAPPENING, she finally  surrendered to being vulnerable and renewed here relationship with God on a more intimate level.Some of the episode's defining moments include: Growing up in a single parent home and how that impacted her emotionally The challenges of being a teen parent and feeling unworthy of God’s love How she had to get emotionally naked before herself and before God How she overcame church judgment and church hurt after getting pregnant out of wedlock How she's helping women get to the HEART of the guilt and shame that often wreaks havoc on their lives How the church can help women embrace their vulnerabilities instead of running from the pain ABOUT ADELAI BROWNAdelai Brown is a Heart Coach, speaker and mentor who focuses on emotional wellness and personal growth. She uses her skills to teach, encourage and inspire others to confront matters of the heart and live authentically on purpose. After overcoming depression, teenage pregnancy, and domestic violence she has devoted her life to helping others heal insecurities, and begin to live effective lives by cultivating their inherent greatness.Adelai is the founder of Heart  Connections, a christian personal development company based in Charleston, South Carolina. She is an author and has self published three books, including the recently released Help! Save Me From My Broken Heart: Your Journey to Living and Loving Again.Adelai has written and hosted multiple adult and youth workshops, retreats and summits, which have helped thousands overcome difficulties in life and learn practical ways to live triumphantly. In addition, she is also the co founder of The Village Mentoring, a program that works with youth, their families, and the community.Adelai lives in Charleston SC with her husband Kevin. They have 4 children and 2 cats.You can find Adelai in the following online spaces:Website: theheartconnections.comFacebook: Heart ConnectionsInstagram:  @theheartconnectionsAdelai's MOST Quotable Moment:"When you're holding yourself in contempt, it's easy to hold others there as well."If you enjoyed this episode of Get Naked LIVE, tell a friend to tell a friend.…and if would you have a story to share and would like to be a guest on the show, Click HERE to make it happen.   SUBSCRIBE. RATE. REVIEW If this episode has you ready to ditch the mask and come out of hiding, head on over to Apple Podcasts and SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW! And if you’re moved to do so, kindly leave us a rating and review. Other Ways to subscribe to Get Naked LIVE Podcast: Click here to subscribe via Google Play Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Click here to subscribe via Tunein Click here to subscribe via e-mailWant to join the conversation? Friend me on Facebook or hop on over to the Get Naked LIVE Facebook Page and share your thoughts in the comments of this week's episode or any other episode that suits your fancy.psst.... Check out what's coming down the pipeline...
008: Walking Through Grief and Healing w/Danielle Dunn
Episode 008 of Get Naked LIVE™ features Danielle Dunn, CEO of Chikara Communications, LLC.  In this episode Danielle  takes us on a journey of how losing her best friend  to Hodgkin’s lymphoma took an emotional toll on her, how challenging walking through grief and healing was  and how she is now honoring her friends life. This episode sheds a light on the individual journey of walking through grief and healing For years Danielle,  thought that mourning and grieving the loss of someone she loved dearly was only appropriate for her birthday and anniversary of her death.  She also felt that she could only have level five grief because she wasn't a parent or blood sibling.  She felt that if her friend's own mother was being "strong" in the face of losing her only child, then she definitely needed to get her ish together and not let the death of someone who was "just her friend" break her.Some of the episode's defining moments include:  How she didn't want to make others feel uncomfortable by allowing herself to grieve How she felt like she didn't have the right to grieve because "she was just my friend" How she was extremely uncomfortable  with the feelings of sadness and how feeling uncomfortable put on her on the run and led her to engaging in unhealthy activities How she wishes she had allowed herself to properly experience the grief How she now celebrates her best friend daily through the Ivy locs books series How she uses the devastating loss to affirm other women by talking about the value of sisterhood How allowing yourself to feel emotional pain sets you free How important it is to find a healing process that works specifically for you How she is now honoring her friends life. ABOUT DANIELLEDanielle Carin Dunn is CEO of Chikara Communications, LLC., which provides professional writing services to small businesses. She is publisher and author of the IvyLocs book series. The first installment, IvyLocs, Episode 1: Tee-Tee’s Wedding was released in April 2016.Recognized nationally for her work, Dunn was selected for the 2017 NAACP Author Pavilion. Her writings and opinions have been featured in the Detroit News and the National Black Women’s Roundtable on the State of Black Women in Michigan report. She was featured in the AAMBC Literary Awards 2017 national literacy campaign- #TheySayWeDontRead, with a mission to highlight the importance of literacy and writing in the African-American community.A dedicated community servant, Dunn is the recipient of a Spirit of Detroit Award for “Dedicated Community Service” and a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition for “Outstanding Community Service.”Dunn is a proud Detroit Public School graduate and alumnus of Eastern Michigan University, where she majored in African-American Studies and English, Language and Literature. She writes to marry her love of language and storytelling with activism.You can find Danielle in the following online spaces:Website: www.ivylocs.comFacebook: IvylocsInstagram:  @ivylocsbooksDanielle's MOST Quotable Moment:“Losing her felt like losing a piece of myself.   I had to figure out what my life would beafter losing someone who had been such an integral part of it.  I can't even describe the level of  devastation."If you enjoyed this episode of Get Naked LIVE, tell a friend to tell a friend.…and if would you have a story to share and would like to be a guest on the show, Click HERE to make it happen.   SUBSCRIBE. RATE. REVIEW If this episode helped shed some light on the walking through grief and healing, head on over to Apple Podcasts and SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW! And if you’re moved to do so, kindly leave us a rating and review. Other Ways to subscribe to Get Naked LIVE Podcast: Click here to subscribe via Google Play Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher
007: Emotional Resilience: Bouncing Back After the Storm w/Gabrielle Leonard
Episode 007 of Get Naked LIVE™ features Gabrielle Leonard, Event Income Strategy Consultant and Coach. In this episode Gabrielle takes us on a journey of how emotional resilience saved her life.  After being a homeless high school drop out, she was determined not to become a statistic, so she fought with everything in her to save herself from  her circumstances. Some of the episode's defining moments include:  How she dropped out of high school in the final semester of her senior year and how devastating that was Being a homeless high school dropout Having an emotional and psychological breakdown How circumstances forced her to be emotionally strong at a very young age Surviving a devastating hurricane in the Virgin Isalnds What it was like to tell her children that everything would be okay when she herself was certain of that How wisdom AND faith carried her through the storm The strength and expectations that have been thrust upon the black woman How black women are the true minorityThis episode is filled with all things concerning emotional resilience.Gabrielle brings it all the way home as she dives deep into how if felt to drop out of school during the last semester of her senior year during a time when she was also homeless.  She goes on to give us an inside look at surviving a devastating hurricane and gives us the inside scoop on why she thinks African American Women are the true minority.  She seriously goes ALL THE WAY in about bouncing back from some of life's most traumatic events.ABOUT GABRIELLEGabrielle Leonard is an Event Income Strategy Consultant who helps creatives, entrepreneurs, makers and influencers to diversify their income with live events.You can find Gabrielle in the following online spaces:Website: www.gabrielleleonard.comFacebook: Events and Marketing StudioInstagram:  @events_and_marketing_studioYouTube: Gabrielle LeonardGabrielle's MOST Quotable Moment:“ At a young age I understood the importance of feeling the feels, but not glorifying the feels."If you enjoyed this episode of Get Naked LIVE, tell a friend to tell a friend.…and if you have a story to share and would like to be a guest on the show, Click HERE to make it happen.   SUBSCRIBE. RATE. REVIEW If this episode had you SCREAMING I got this, head on over to Apple Podcasts and SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW! And if you’re moved to do so, kindly leave us a rating and review. Other Ways to subscribe to Get Naked LIVE Podcast: Click here to subscribe via Google Play Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Click here to subscribe via Tunein Click here to subscribe via e-mailWant to join the conversation?  Friend me on Facebook OR hop on over to the  Get Naked LIVE Facebook Page and share your thoughts in the comments of this week's episode or any other episode that suits your fancy.psst.... Check out what's coming down the pipeline...Get Naked LIVE Weekly panel discussions,  Get Naked Bath, Body and Mind™ , Shades of STRONG™ multi-media campaign and docu-series COMING SOON.  Like the Facebook Page to stay in the loop.
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