Many of you have heard of the term social distancing during the height of the Covid epidemic. CDC told everyone to stay 6 ft from one another to protect you from getting the Covid virus. People were very protective about their personal space back then and in person conversations were had with precaution from what felt like miles away. Now social distancing has been used to refer to how you
Let’s talk about radical acceptance. What is it despite the obvious meaning of both words? Radical acceptance is a state of accepting things as they come and not fighting against the tide. Despite things not going your way or the way you expect, you embrace the change (or lack thereof) and practice stillness. It is the relinquishing of control and letting things come together the way they are meant to.
I recently had an interesting chat with a follower of mine on social media who said in one of her lives that she has no problem going out alone to various social activities. I said to her that “this was bold” and she shared that she didn’t see it this way and that “she would not go out at all if she depended on other people.” This made me think
Being in therapy was one of the best gifts I could give myself. I mean I waited twenty years to do it (once during the pandemic and once after it) and I gained so much awareness from it. It was very hard for me to admit that I had a problem. Very difficult to come to terms with that I needed professional help. Especially since I am a therapist. Therapists
I want to have a conversation. Not just talking about self-care because been there, done that. What I wanted to discuss was that moms with special needs kids ensure that they pay special attention to their mental health so that they are pouring into themselves as much as they are pouring into their kids. However, this is a difficult balance when you are a special needs mom. A special needs
It’s Women’s History Month and what better time to share my experience as a Black Businesswoman. I know you all are probably tired of hearing about the black woman experience, especially after Black History Month. However, you are here on a black woman’s website and given those circumstances, I feel it is safe to assume you are open to learning from a black woman’s perspective. However, I sometimes feel that