Welcome to Jewel’s Space. A safe space where women of color, or even any racial background can just listen as we discuss topics that has to do with self healing, self love, and anything to lift each other up.
Today's episode we tackled the issues of doubt and how it truly affects our perceptions of ourselves. When we have doubt we tend to allow dominant negative thought patterns to control our mind and focus on the negatives rather than the positives that life has to offer. I express when we are on in the denial state we tend to look at negative things and settle for less rather than wanting more. I explain the difference between the Why's and Hows, affirmations, and ways to start and continue a self-love journey to improve yourself as a whole.
This specific episode is a book review/interview with a self-love author known as Mima Brown. Ms. Mima created a self-love E-book titled You Are Enough. She gives specific details on what made her start writing this book, the difference between the Why's and How's when starting a self-love journey. This book is a great tool to use if you wanting to start a self-love journey yourself.
Today’s episode we have a guest speaker Sheldon Gordon who has his own podcast known as Over Conversation. With his help we dive into the topic of toxic masculinity, self love, self confidence, and self esteem being a black man in American. We focus on the social pressures and the double standard of men vs women, and giving insight of police brutality that is happening in our country today. My message I want to express is that black men you are loved, you are human and your mental wellness and emotions do matter
Today I am bringing awareness of childhood traumas that our parents have caused us emotional and mental. I go in-depth telling my story of my upbringing and how both my parents failed me in way to be a woman who loves herself. Disclaimer I am not bashing my parents, but I want to hold them accountable of how they affected me emotionally and mentally. I want to give you ladies an understanding break these generational curses and you are not your parents. You are strong, be the person that your younger self needed. Heal from these traumas
This episode I break down knowing your worth and watching out for red flags with guys. I give my personal experience I being in a toxic relationship or toxic situtationships if you might call it. Rather than understanding my worth as a woman that I am. You must know who you are as a person and don't let any man treat you terribly.
Today's episode we break down the different aspects of life that affect our esteem. I go in-depth with my story of how I overcame my insecurities and how I am now learning to love myself. I even went in on men being the biggest issue with me and my self-esteem overall. I explain great tips on boosting your confidence and not allow negativity to enter your mind overall.
Today's I am bringing awareness of self-harm and it impacts on ourselves. I share stories of my personal experience dealing with these issues, especially having a family member who I witness and seen the scar first hand. I share my thoughts and feeling and expressed that you are not alone in this. Understand that I have been where you have been before. Just know I see you and I hear you.
Today's episode we will be breaking down how powerful generational trauma truly affects our well being and mental state. I would be explaining how generational trauma impacted the women in my family and my life truly. I go more in-depth on defining generational traumas and how it truly affects minorities group. Understand that you have the power to break these cursives and better yourself. Don't allow these traumas to define who you are as a person.
Day 2 of our Mental Health Awareness Check-in. Today's episode is on anxiety where we focus on coping strategies to use as we continue this 10-day program. We tackle ways to help you relieve stress because stress is a big trigger for anxiety. How to make sure that you don't suffer from a panic attack because from first hand experiencing them twice in my life it is not fun. We talk about keeping a positive mind and focus on positive rather than negativity. Remember ladies it is important to put yourself first and check in on your mental state. That is what makes you a self-love advocate.
This episode we have a special guest on here Kaitlin who is the host of her very self-acceptance podcast known as Hergems. With the help of Ms. Kaitlin we go a little bit deeper on the issue with slut shaming with women especially black women and why this is an issue that needs to be talked about. We bring up gender bias, racial history on the matter, and even the jezebel stereotype that is associated with black women.
This episode expresses on how it’s truly important to follow your dreams and never give up on the matter. Be the best you that you have envision yourself to be. Be a self love advocate. You are who you are
Hey ladies here is our first book review written by Adeline Bird, who is the founder of Soul Unexpected. She is advocate for self-love, and pushes the idea for women of color, especially blavk women to discover who they are, value there worth, and love everything about themselves. Which is why I felt like this was a great book to use are a self-help guide.
Today’s episode focus on following your dreams, chasing your goals, and not giving up. We tackles issues on imposter syndrome and how negative thoughts would really block your blessings on being the best you.
I’m back!!! This episode talks about setting boundaries for yourself and not letting any man take advantage of you. I vent and give quality advanced on how to go about this situation and even so tips to better your well being
Today’s episode gave information on colorism that I did for my research study in my sociology class. I broke it down describing what is colorism, two theories that plays a part in colorism, colorist microaggression, and negative stereotype that plays a part when it comes to colorism.