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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. Dominique Broussard, 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 or woman of color looking for an extra dose of inspiration on the go, pull up a seat and join us on the H.E.R. (Healing, Empowerment, Resilience) Space podcast. We can’t wait to meet you, sis!
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Romantic relationships can be complicated. Or maybe not. Are you a single woman hoping to find the love of your life or currently dating and not sure if they are the one? Perhaps, you are involved with someone and the relationship is lacking compatibility. Well, today’s guest will provide you the insight you may be seeking. Relationship coach, Alison Wellington joins Dr. Dom and Terri to discuss healthy romantic relationships. From identifying non-negotiables to lessons learned from previous relationships to being honest about who you are and what you bring to the table. Have your pen and paper ready to take notes. Also, share this with a girlfriend you know could benefit from hearing all these gems. Quote of the Day: "Stop shrinking yourself to fit within places you have outgrown!" -Alison Wellington Tips for Moving On: Accept that the relationship is over Not allowing them back in Get rid of their things Get off of their social media Take care of yourself Where to find Alison: Move on Sis! Align with Alison IG Facebook YouTube TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/
Have you considered leaving your life to pursue a different quality of life in another country? In today’s episode Terri and Dom are joined by Nikhol Rei. She takes us on her incredible journey of self exploration growing up on the East Coast of the United States to deciding to leave the US and learning how to live like a local in Honduras and Costa Rica. Along the way she dispels some of the misconceptions about moving to the tropics and shares info on how to make the move as an unprivileged person living off the land. If that were not enlightening enough, Nikhol Rei gives us an informative introduction into the power of shadow work. Quote of the Day: "Only in a severely unnatural environment would you have to keep constant tabs on your evolution and be punished for merely EXISTING." - Nikhol Rei Where to find Nikhol Rei: YouTube IG Website TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/
Lady, what are you planning? Are you aligned with the process?  How are you keeping hope alive during the process? If you started listening to H.E.R Space from the first episode then you know the work Dr. Dom and Terri have invested into the podcast. What you may not know is some of the behind the scenes struggles. In today’s episode, Terri and Dr. Dom share with us the milestones for the podcast but they also share some of their personal accomplishments and what it took to achieve them. The testimonies in this episode will hopefully motivate and inspire you. Thank you for riding along with us on this journey! Quote of the Day: "Whatever you’re thinking about is literally like planning a future event. When you’re worrying, you are planning. When you’re appreciating, you are planning… What are you planning?” - Abraham Hicks Tips and lessons for manifestation: Let go of control Act as if Practice patience Be optimistically realistic Be intentional about your support team TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/
S.A.D. The Standard American Diet. Lady, what do you eat? Is it actually food? Well, if we are what we eat then how does your diet correlate with your health? If we want to address our health we have to address what we are taking into our bodies. There is a science to the who what when where why and how of eating and the impact on our health. In today’s episode, we open up H.E.R Space to master herbalist Djehuty Ma’atra to share with us his path to healthy eating and healing his body. In our westernized socialization, some of today’s conversation may be hard to figuratively digest. We invite you to join Dr. Dom and Terri, in this judgment free zone, as they lean into curiosity to gain a different perspective on the impact of our diets on our paths to healing. Quote of the Day: "Disease did not come out of a bottle so the healing for the disease will not come out of a bottle." -Djehuty Ma'atra Top 5 Vitamins for Black Women: Red Raspberry Leaf Sarsaparilla Wild yam root Red Clover Squaw Vine Djehuty Ma’atra Herbs TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/
What is microeconomics and what is its role in our daily lives? It is not always directly about money. If you think about the access you have and cost of your healthcare, food, employment, and housing, then you are familiar with microeconomics. From family leave policy to double work day to maternal health to childcare to wealth gap we learn how the pandemic is really having a devastating economic effect on the Black community. This conversation is a start in connecting the dots and learning the language of microeconomics. Join Terri and Dr. Dom as they lean into curiosity to learn about this topic from microeconomist, Britni Wilcher. Quote of the Day: " A race that is solely dependent upon another for economic existence sooner or later dies. As we have in the past been living upon the mercies shown by others, and by the chances obtainable, and have suffered there from, so we will in the future suffer if an effort is not made now to adjust our own affairs." -Marcus Garvey Tips for Changing Our Economic Outlook: Advocacy in healthcare Retooling ourselves for jobs in the future Hold policy makers accountable for what we need Twitter: @britniwilcher TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/
This week in H.E.R Space, Dom and Terri are joined by Milah and Erica, the hosts of Good Moms Bad Choices podcast, for a juicy conversation around the impact of the father-daughter relationship. What is/was your relationship with your dad? What role does that relationship play in your life now? In this episode, we hear four different father-daughter experiences and the resulting effect on the daughter. It is a complex relationship that is important to unpack and understand to have healthy romantic relationships. This is a reflective episode sprinkled with fun and laughter. Quote of the Day: "They're Called Daddy Issues Because Your Dad Had Issues." - Caitlin Cantor LCSW, CST, CGT Tips for Addressing “Daddy Issues”: Forgiveness and Compassion Writing Grieve Therapy Individual Family Couples IG: @goodmoms_badchoices Facebook: @goodmomsbadchoices Patreon: goodmomsbadchoices Good Moms Bad Choices TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/
Today you are in for a special treat. Dr. Dom and Terri are joined by Dr. James Wadley to talk about sex. This is not the “birds and bees” talk you may have had with your parents. In a judgement free zone Creativity. Pleasure. Fun. all take center stage here. From discovering your erogenous zones and how to communicate with your partner, today’s episode provides insight on how to have some of those uncomfortable conversations about sexuality at any age. Dr. Wadley also share tips on how to develop sex positivity and healthy sexuality in children. Quote of the Day: "The best of sex is the best of you." -Dr. James Wadley Encouraging Body/Sex Positivity in Kids: Use medically appropriate language Understand the value of consent Discuss physical and identity changes IG: @phdjamesw Twitter: @phdjamesw Dr. James Wadley TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/
Can Black people be racist? NO! However, Black people can be agents of white supremacy and anti-Black. Due to how we have been socialized chances are there are times when we may experience internalized racism. Throughout our socialization there have been systems in place to move us closer to whiteness and as a result, shunning people who do not align with white supremacist heterosexist classist patriarchal ideologies. While some of us have found ways to break free from some of these ideologies, others have doubled down in fully aligning with whiteness. Today, Dr. Dom and Terri discuss those who may look like us but are not for us. Quote of the Day: "Souls that inhabit white bodies can be allies and accomplices in the fight against oppression, in the same way that black folks can be agents and accomplices in promoting, promulgating and protecting white supremacy. As my grandmother once said, conjuring Zora Neale Hurston, “All your skin folk ain’t your kinfolk.” Meaning that you can inhabit a black body and be an agent of white supremacy." - Professor Lawrence Ware Questions that need answers: What do we do about skinfolk that ain’t our kinfolk? How do the real Black people unite? What does it mean to be Black? How do we hold Black celebrities and officials accountable? TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/
We don’t need to bear witness to the event to know it is real and feel the effects. In today’s episode, Dr. Dom and Terri are joined by Dr. Candice Nicole for a conversation about the psychological and physiological effects of racial trauma and ways to heal. Would you believe your health conditions are related to racial trauma? Have you thought about how you have been socialized into anti-Blackness? This episode is sure to be one that is validating and informative. #BlackIsBeautiful Quote of the Day: "Black people don't need video evidence to know" -Dr. Candice Nicole Takeaways: Strategies for Healing Joy as Resistance Self Affirmations Therapy Physical Wellness Community Collective Care Sensual Moments Twitter: @DrCandiceNicole Facebook: @DrCandiceNicole Instagram: @DrCandiceNicole www.DrCandiceNicole.com www.CenterForHealingRacialTrauma.com https://blackliveslouisville.org/ TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/
Lady, how do you remain positive when everything around you is negative? In today’s episode, Terri and Dom reflect on times in which their peace has been disrupted and explore what they do to remain in a higher vibration when they are being pulled into negativity. The discussion around the coping tips is one that will build up our armor in managing the negativity. The real life examples are sure to be ones that sound familiar.  Quote of the Day: "Peace is the result of retraining your mind to process life as it is, rather than as you think it should be." -Dr. Wayne Dyer Takeaways: Tips for Protecting Your Peace 1. Don’t take it Personally 2. Find/Create a Sacred Space 3. Practice Gratitude 4. Create Positive Affirmations 5. Be Conscious of Your Thoughts 6. Journal 7. Set Boundaries 8. Find a Support System   TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lady, how do you navigate the world of work? Are you focused on a career or job? Is your purpose aligned with what you are currently doing? In today’s episode, Terri and Dr. Dom are joined by Dr. Dom’s friend and mentor, Dr. Kimberly James to discuss navigating careers. From learning how to strategically manage your career...to distinguishing between a mentor and a sponsor and why both are important...to identifying what to focus on when you have been laid off or trying to change careers. The gems that are dropped in this episode are truly priceless. Quote of the Day: "Rent your title, own your character." -Thasunda Duckett Takeaways: Tips for Strategically Managing Your Career 1. Goal Setting 2. Managing Tasks 3. Securing a Mentor AND a Sponsor   Tips for Playing the Game 1. Doing Your Job Well 2. Having Allies 3. Improving Your Skillset 4. Network 5. Self-care 6. Don’t Shutdown When Faced with Obstacles      Dr. James TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lady, what has your experience been with white people? Are you accustomed to being the only Black person in a space? Do you have very little interactions with white people? Most of us have experienced racism, microaggressions and other forms of racial trauma. Being Black in America can be exhausting despite how much joy you see. In the current racial climate some of the white people in our lives have been reaching out to engage us. In today’s episode Terri and Dom describe some of the uncomfortable conversations we may have with white people and how we can navigate those conversations with our best interest at the center.  Quote of the Day: “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.”  -James Baldwin Takeaways: Tips for Having Uncomfortable Conversations with White People 1. Know your audience and context 2. Be open-minded 3. Think ahead regarding consequences of words and actions 4. Set ground rules or use safe words 5. Keep the focus of the conversation away from comforting the other person 6. Have a purpose or goal in mind 7. Use “I” statements 8. Lean into curiosity 9. Pour into yourself before and after the conversation   Rachel Cargle   TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lady, who is telling your story? The points provided encourage us to think critically about how media tells our history. Are we being fed the truth? What is the real message? In today’s episode, Terri and Dom dive into how the information we take in shapes how we see, think, and feel about ourselves. How do you define yourself and other Black people? Who told you to define us in this way? Remember, we can take control and own our narrative. Quote of the Day: “Until the lions have their own historians, the history of the hunt will always glorify the hunter.” -Chinua Achebe Takeaways: How to Consume Media in a Healthy Way 1. Know your sources 2. Ask questions 3. Limit news and social media   TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lady, how are you feeling? We are eight months into 2020 and it is not anything we expected when we started this year. The universe has consistently tested our ability to “trust the process”. There are so many major “once in a lifetime” moments that have happened. Both horrific and extraordinarily wonderful. There is a duality in this year 2020. In this episode, Terri and Dom review some of the major events that have occurred and share ways in which we can continue to cope in healthy ways.  Quote of the Day: “Note to self: every time you were convinced you couldn’t go on, you did.” -Unknown   Episodes referenced: S5E1: Clearing your vision in 2020 S511: The Coronavirus and More: Surviving and Thriving in Uncertain Times S6E1: How to Maximize Your Time & Self-care Routine While Practicing "Social" Distancing  S6E10: Dear Black People This Will Not Be Our Undoing S1E8: How to Find Your Own Self Care Routine   Takeaways: 3 Coping Tips 1. Suspending judgment of yourself and others 2. Prioritizing self care 3. Focusing on what you can control   TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lady, are you living with A.I.M.-Authenticity, Intention, and Masterful execution? Not sure? No worries. You know Terri and Dr. Dom have your back. In this week’s episode, the ladies are joined by Farah Bernier, Human Resources professional and Founder & Principal Coach of Living Fabulously Fierce. Farah is a dynamic woman who is passionate about empowering women through executive coaching. No matter your current position, from entry level to CEO, there are tips and insight Farah provides that benefit us all. Grab your coffee/tea, pen, and paper to begin the work of upleveling your career and journey of self-discovery. Quote of the Day: "...In the choices we make, is the sweet spot of brilliantly arriving at the recognition of the truth that we are fearfully and wonderfully made..." -Farah Bernier Takeaways: 3 pro tips for the workplace 1. Give people permission to give you feedback 2. Take the feedback 3. Arming up   IG: Farah Bernier Facebook: Livingly Fabulously Fierce Podcast: Living Fabulously Fierce   Living Fabulously Open: Dr. Dom Living Fabulously Transparent: Terri TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lady, have you seen Black is King? Whether or not you are a Beyonce fan, this visual album is a work of art and art is meant to generate conversation. In today’s episode, Terri and Dom provide an overview of the commentary and controversy. While we acknowledge there are many themes that can be explored, Dom and Terri pride themselves on staying in their lane and will leave certain topics to the experts and your own research. But fear not, if you have been listening to H.E.R Space you know the ladies emphasize lifting up Black women. This episode will focus on highlighting some of the amazing Black women creatives involved in the project to make sure we know their names.  Quote of the Day: "We have always been wonderful. I see us in the world's most heavenly things. Black is King. We were beauty before they knew what beauty was." -Yrsa Daley-Ward (Yersa) co-writer of Black is King and author of "bone" and "the Terrible" Takeaways: Creatives to follow: Zerina Akers Tiwa Savage Jenn Nkiru Yrsa Daley-Ward Warsan Shire   TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lady, what is your relationship with money? How did that relationship form? In today’s episode, the Debt Demolisher, Sophia Melone, joins Terri and Dom to share with us how she transformed her “dysfunctional” relationship with her finances. If you listened to Season 5 Episode 2 with Constance Carter at the beginning of the year, and you have not made any changes...then this episode may be the inspiration you need. Sophia goes even deeper into examining our relationship with money, identifying the various barriers and how to get additional support to make changes. No matter your income level there are strategies (i.e, HABITS) that will help you make the changes you desire. Remember, this is a journey that is not about how much money you make but what you do with it.  Quote of the Day: " the real measure of your wealth is how much you'd be worth if you lost all your money" -author unknown Takeaways: Sophia’s Tips: Cut Ask Acquire Produce   1. Face the reality of the situation 2. Establish a budget 3. Pay yourself first   Sophiamelone.com Smashdebt.com IG: Iamsophiamelone Twitter: Iamsophiamelone Facebook: Iamsophiamelone   TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lady, are you living your life like a diversified portfolio? What makes you extraordinary? In today’s episode, Terri and Dr. Dom are joined by the dynamic Thasunda Brown-Duckett. From her role as mother to banking executive, she is the embodiment of living her life with purpose and owning her character. Using banking terms we learn why work/life balance is a myth and how to be more intentional with our time. Thasunda drops so many powerful quotes that will help us gain perspective and remind ourselves of who we are. After listening, scroll down for some of Thasunda’s tweetable quotes. Quote of the Day: "If you give all of your energy, commitment and passion to your life, you will almost certainly have a fulfilling professional and personal life journey."  -Thasunda Brown-Duckett Takeaways: Thasunda Duckett’s Quotes: “I rent my title but I own my character” “Your character transcends your ego” “Ordinary person trying to do extraordinary things” “Live your life like a diversified portfolio and over time you will outperform this thing called life” “This is on the chest is not Superwoman...it’s Spent” “Three things you should never sacrifice: your health, family and character”   Diversifying your portfolio: Write down what matters to you and allocate it In the moment give 100% Permission to respond as the conditions change knowing over time you will outperform   Otis and Rosie Brown Foundation Extraordinaryis.org IG: Thasunda Duckett   TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Lady, are you in control of your life? In today’s episode, Jasmine Green joins Terri and Dr. Dom to share with us how we may not be in alignment with our purpose and steps we can take to get into alignment. No matter how your journey started, as we hear from Jasmine, does not have to be the route you continue to take. The internal experience of the entrepreneur we see is a powerfully vulnerable story and Jasmine shares with us how to transmute our energy. Through visualizations and personal examples we learn concrete steps to manifest the life we deserve. Quote of the Day: "You can only receive what you're actually ready for AND... You will only allow yourself to have what you believe you deserve." - Jasmine P. Green Takeaways: Three phases of Manifestation True manifestation is when you master being it vs wanting it 1. I want it because I recognize what I don’t have 2. Close your eyes and visualize where you want to be ”this is mine” 3. Whatever you believe you deserve you can have- you have everything you need to get/receive it.   FB: JasminePaigeGreen IG: Jasminepgreen TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
LADY! Today you are in for an extra special treat! In case you have not heard, our very own Terri Lomax is releasing her book, How to Glow Up as You Grow Up on July 21, 2020. In this episode, Terri is in the guest seat as Dr. Dom guides her through sharing her story with us. If you think you know Terri...whew! This episode is guaranteed to reveal things none of us knew. The significance of 7/21. Her real name. Childhood Trauma. No matter your background there is some piece of Terri’s story that will resonate with you. Be sure to have a glass of your favorite beverage and the tissues as this episode will feel as though you are truly sitting on the couch having a ladies night in with H.E.R Space.  Quote of the Day: "Grow through what you go through." -Terri Lomax   Takeaways: How to Glow Up as You Grow Up Terri Lomax IG: TerriLomax YouTube TalkBack Tuesday with Dr. Dom Wisdom Wednesdays with Terri 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: herspacepodcast.com Email: herspacepodcast@gmail.com H.E.R Space Sanctuary: https://www.facebook.com/groups/herspacesanctuary/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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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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Mona Carletta

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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Mona Carletta

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

May 27th
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