Apparently there is some unspoken rule that women must be married and mothers at a certain age in life. If not, then there has got to be something "wrong" with them. (insert eye roll emoji) The choice to marry or not marry, have kids are not have kids, or wait to do either, is a personal choice. Sit with me for a second as I discuss...
You've heard my personal opinions of Insecure on HBO, but now it's time to bring in the big gun! Misha Granado, MPH, MS, - Relationship Consultant is here to give a little insight of the dysfunction and Insecure relationships we love to criticize and cheer for on Insecure. https://www.mishangranado.com Indulge!
Word up Wednesday is back with a little quickie. We all build walls to protect ourselves from hurt, but sometimes those walls can block our blessings. I'm chatting about how those walls are built, how we can knock them down, and why it's important to let the heart do what it do, baby! Enjoy!
Insecure is getting out of hand, y'all!! There is so much going on this season and I love getting together with Shabaz to discuss and wine all the way down. Listen in as we chat a bit about Episodes 3 and 4.
Another #WordUpWednesday episode geared at Reclaiming My Time as suggested by Auntie Maxine Waters. Creating Boundaries, saying "no" and protecting your space are all ways we can reclaim our time. I also wine down and recap the first 2 episodes of season 2 of Insecure with Comedian Shabaz Playtime Ward. I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I do. Reclaiming my Time Gospel mix by the Talented Mykal Kilgore. Catch him on YouTube(https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChmLap8eCaztpoNTbUtfplg)...
Too often Women walk around with a mask. We often mask the emotions we truly feel because that's what we are taught to do. In this episode of #WordupWednesday, I talk about my mini melt down and how it's time to mask off. Enjoy! www.inmyopinionpodcast.com
In your 20s so much comes at you from every angle. Peer pressure, internal pressure, parental pressure, and trying to make the right decisions. Balancing young adulthood and Christianity is not easy, but the young adults from my church are here to tell you how they attempt to stay balanced, have fun living life all while keeping the faith. Enjoy! #inmyopinion
Infertility is a very serious and prevalent issue in the black community. Black women want healthy and happy families just as much as any other race but sometimes when we can't make it happen, we sweep it under the rug. Dr. Christen Goolsby joins the podcast to give her professional input and Erika Johnson talks to us from personal experience. If you are interested in learning more about infertility or simply need a support group click here https://www.fertilityforcoloredgirls.org...
One of our previous live episodes featured the beauties, Ashley Dunn (Stylist) and Nikki Gamble (Blogger). The show was so good and full of Girl Power that I had to save it to the feed and give you the full 2 hours! Listen in as we discuss the importance of looking good for yourself, your spouse, and your kiddos! #Inmyopinion
The word for this Wednesday comes from the book, The Four Agreements, A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom. Every Wednesday we will go over each agreement from the book. This week I discuss the intro into the 4 agreements: 1. Be Impeccable with your word 2. Don't take anything personally 3. Don't Make Assumptions 4. Always do your best Read and discuss with me. #WordupWednesday
Part II - The masterminds behind THE Blacklist Association join the podcast to finish the conversation about the importance of the black dollar, supporting your own, and leaving legacies for those behind us. Tune in and Enjoy!
Guest Co-host, Julie Wench finally joins the podcast to talk to us about her life in the White House, how she got there, and her plans after the Obama Administration is over. She empowers women to follow their dreams and break those glass ceilings!
Part 2 of 2 - Guest Co-host, Tinisha Williams, is back on the podcast for a little Girls Night In Celebration and Girl Talk. We finish up our discussion about everything from Mental Health to Dating outside of your race. Listen in to Part 1 of 2.
Part 1 of 2 - Guest Co-host, Tinisha Williams, is back on the podcast for a little Girls Night In Celebration and Girl Talk. We talk about everything from Mental Health to Dating outside of your race. Listen in to Part 1 of 2.
Part 1 of 2 - Guest Co-host, Dr. Ashandra Batiste, is back on the podcast. This time she brought her hilarious husband, Ricky Cumby, to talk about black love, marriage, and relationships! They also talk a little about their relationship status on Married to Medicine Houston. To give us a little more insight on all things love, relationship consultant, Misha Granado, with Love Grows, is in the studio to help us better understand how we are responsible for attracting the love we seek.