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Black women are frequent sufferers of Imposter Syndrome because we have one of the toughest positions in the world.
Most people have no idea what it is like living with a chronic illness, let alone an invisible one like PCOS.
Too often Women’s History is equated with White Women’s History, and when it’s not, we tend to focus only famous and historical women. While it is important to give people their flowers while they’re alive to receive them, it is equally important to acknowledge the women that have had an impact on our everyday lives.
I’m at an odd place where I don’t know if I have the time, will, or capacity to devote myself to a full relationship, but I’m not sure that a “friends with benefits” situation will satisfy me either.
here’s a reason “Writings on the Wall” spent 99 consecutive weeks on the Billboard 200 back then, and earned the group six Grammy nominations.
I’ve wanted a “do over” for black womyn—one that allows us to thrive in this world—for a long time.
Therapy is about YOU and a therapist’s job is to help you explore and challenge your thoughts and emotions, but remember - you are the expert on yourself.
The moment I realized my biological brother wouldn't be the one I called if I needed help, I knew things had shifted for me.
When I decided to leave my parent’s church, for a fleeting moment it felt like I was a lesser part of the culture. It turned out to be one of the best decisions I ever made.
I didn't have answers to all these questions but I did know that I couldn't be with someone just for the sake of being with someone.
I’m trying to find out the important things so I know if I need to kick you to the curb, keep you on hand just for fun, or take you seriously.
I spent this year reclaiming my time and you need to make sure you do the same.
When I went to Cuba, I had all of these preconceived notions about government abuse, communism, working hard and not getting paid for it. I told myself to check my own privilege.