Going down the rabbit hole: Toxic work places, US Government, and sleeping sheeple
Black Women Heal
by Black Women Heal
2y ago
The ladies begin this episode talking about toxic work environments and their experiences as black women. Which leads to the need for black women to turn off the "survival mode" switch. How can we learn to approach one another in peace?  BWH also talks about learning to think outside of the box as an entrepreneur. Not long after, the opening to the "rabbit hole" widens, and the ladies discuss various facades that the United States Government uses to keep people sleep. Help us better serve you by taking our show survey. We promise it won't take more than five minutes! We appreciate you, fa ..read more
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The power of togetherness: vibe up & manifest that shit
Black Women Heal
by Black Women Heal
2y ago
Are you at the stage in your life where you have checked some goals off your list, but now you feel you're ready to go to the next level? If so, you'll want to tune in to this episode. The ladies discuss where they currently stand with fulfilling short and long-term goals, the importance of raising your vibrational frequency to manifest and attract the life you desire.  We can't go through life alone, nor can we achieve specific goals without the help and experience of others. Help us better serve you by taking our show survey. We promise it won't take more than five minutes! We appreciat ..read more
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It‘s a thin line: censorship, over-sharing, and maintaining privacy online
Black Women Heal
by Black Women Heal
2y ago
With the online world's influence over everyday people, it's becoming increasingly difficult to maintain privacy in a world full of over-sharers. What we know to be normal was once inconceivable and unheard of.  How far is too far when sharing your life online? How do we build safe spaces when censoring notable public figures from the black and brown community is society's way of controlling us?  In this episode, the ladies discuss censorship, oversharing online, and how to protect our children from forced information their young minds aren't able to comprehend yet. Help us better se ..read more
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Tapping out to tap in: Remaining spiritual in a society full of distractions
Black Women Heal
by Black Women Heal
2y ago
Help us better serve you by taking our show survey. We promise it won't take more than five minutes! We appreciate you, family, Tap here  Unfortunately, we are in the age of technology, and because of this, it's becoming increasingly difficult to get grounded spiritually. In this episode, the ladies discuss being in alignment with your spiritual and highest self.  The ladies also share how they know when to "tap out" of societal distractions. Some of those spiritual red flags discussed are anxiety, impulsiveness, and being easily irritated. Living in a world that wants you to fe ..read more
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Are black women uncomfortable with competing in the dating market?
Black Women Heal
by Black Women Heal
2y ago
Help us better serve you by taking our show survey. We promise it won't take more than five minutes! We appreciate you, family, Tap here In this episode, the ladies discuss what the current dating market looks like for black women. They also discuss if black women have an entitlement issue and expect black men to chase them. Time Stamps: 00:01:42- A critique of Kevin Samuels' platform. 00:05:51- Do black men prefer women with lesser career goals or money? 00:10:41- Are black women uncomfortable with chasing/competing to win a man's affections? 00:22:11- A man focused on his purpose. ___ ..read more
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My lover wasn‘t loved: men with mommy issues
Black Women Heal
by Black Women Heal
2y ago
Help us better serve you by taking our show survey. We promise it won't take more than five minutes! We appreciate you, family, Tap here Have you ever found yourself in love with a man with mommy issues? The signs and red flags were there, but you pursued the relationship anyway. In this episode, the ladies discuss navigating a relationship with an unhealed man with mommy issues. They also delve into some of the causes of why these men are toxic. For example, men who were abandoned and emotionally/physically abused by their mothers. They also talk about how the trauma manifests in a partn ..read more
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That thang ain‘t thangin no more; learning to express your need for more intimacy in your relationship
Black Women Heal
by Black Women Heal
2y ago
Help us better serve you by taking our show survey, we promise it won't take more than five minutes! We appreciate you family Tap here In this episode, the ladies discuss common causes for intimate disconnect, communicating your sexual desires, and maintaining them.  Restoring intimacy with your partner can be a difficult discussion, but it's a necessary one. It's often a taboo topic for many and an overlooked area that creates a healthy sex life. The need for emotional, mental, spiritual, and physical intimacy from your partner is sacred and shouldn't be taken lightly. Heck, even if your ..read more
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When you‘re in love with the lesson and not the blessing
Black Women Heal
by Black Women Heal
2y ago
You know how it is family; you meet someone, have a lot in common with this person, the two of you are having a blast, and then something triggers your red flag signals. You begin to see the signs you missed, and the veil is lifted. You feel like a fool and search for ways to disconnect from this person and cut the soul tie. Realizing they were sent as a lesson and the romantic relationship should have been severed many months or years ago.  Audio Time Stamps:  00:00:00- Intro 00:01:48- Goddam, I'm in love with the wrong m'fer. 00:02:32- I felt like a whole asshole. 00:07:18- My fam ..read more
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Black girl, you know you can‘t do that: a look into the overly critical views of Black women in America
Black Women Heal
by Black Women Heal
2y ago
Have you ever been told by parents and loved ones: girl you can't do that, people will think you're ghetto and have no home training! Black girls and boys spend their childhood learning how to behave and speak in public, school, work, and predominantly white spaces. As if who we are is tainted and not good enough. The history of America and its Black people is filled with images of promiscuous and angry Black women. For many of us, a few lessons on how NOT to be what the media portrays us is just as important as earning a college degree.  In this episode, the ladies of BWH discuss what co ..read more
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Spiritually stuck and sh*t
Black Women Heal
by Black Women Heal Show
2y ago
Are you in a place spiritually where everything is okay on the surface level but, you're having difficulty tuning in spiritually? Yeah, us too! In this episode, the ladies discuss how it feels to not feel connected to God/Source/Universe for a short period or sometimes a long timeframe. What it's like when you feel like you can't tap into your spiritual gifts and you aren't receiving any messages from the other side. How they have and are currently getting through this period, imparting spiritual practices within their children, using the Universe's gift of nature, animals, and plants to get g ..read more
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