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Creative Well-Being & toxic relationships

Below are the best resources we could find on Creative Well-Being and toxic relationships.

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Authentic Voices: Because Our Voices Matter Featuring Natalie Obando, President, Women’s National Book Association (WNBA)

Natalie Obando, president of the Women’s National Book Association, talks about the organization’s Authentic Voices program, which introduces women writers to publishing through four weeks of writing, editing, marketing, and publication.

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Sensuality and Sexuality: Feminism, Religion and Mental Wellness Featuring Brianne Patrice, Sensuality Doula

Brianne Patrice breaks down for us how she sees sexuality, sensuality, and spirituality mastering their own lane but also overlapping -- and when they do, this is the wholeness we speak of.

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A Love Letter to Ancestors: Writing, Motherhood and Burt Bridges Featuring Cassandra Lane, Author and Editor

In this episode, Cassandra Lane shares the journey of her book and the truths she’s discovered in the process, including how her intentional parenting has focused with the ancestral blueprint she’s unearthed.

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Resistance in Bloom: Black Bodies, Freedom and Representation Featuring Aqueene Wilson, Creator of Nene Creates

In this episode, Aqueene Wilson shares her journey of migrating from the Caribbean to the Netherlands, the transition from Black to white spaces, how the lack of representation impacted her as an artist, and what freedom of the Black body means to her.

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Self-Healing: Emotions, White Spaces, and No Graduation featuring Yasmine Cheyenne, Teacher and Mental Health Advocate

Yasmine Cheyenne talks about racism in some predominately white healing spaces, her previous work in the military, and how all of that has led her to create her own community focused on self-healing, plus how the practice is both distinctive and necessary, particularly for Black people.

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Restorative Healing: Traditional Medicine, Alternatives, and the Diaspora Featuring Dr. Leslie Nwoke, CEO, HeartWork EQ

In this episode, Dr. Leslie Nwoke talks about the gap between understanding how to live more intentionally in theory vs in practice and how to close it, the gap in traditional medicine vs. holistic approaches to healing, and bringing restorative healing back to the continent of Africa.

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Art Therapy: Autism, Connection, and How Far We Have Come Featuring Morgan Harper Nichols, Artist

In this episode, Morgan Harper Nichols shares how for years she used art and writing to cope with her journey of unknowingly living with Autism for much of her life.

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Seeing Our Mothers: Expectations, Let Downs and Forgiveness Featuring Shakira Hill Taylor, Author

We talk about the connections we have with our mothers, despite the nature of our relationships with them; the decision to love from afar; and what forgiveness can look like, as we get older and are able to humanize our mothers more.

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Redefining Endings: Divorce, Pivots, and Self-Trust Featuring Christine Platt, Afrominimalist

In this episode, we talk about our right to tell our stories of love endings, the importance of understanding our intentions and expectations for marriage without romanticizing the idea of it, and the possibility of healthy decoupling.

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Choosing Joy through Recovery Featuring Dr. Kristian Edwards, Founder, BLK + GRN

After a near-fatal car accident, Dr. Kristan Edwards shares how her relationship with self has deepened and how she now thinks about motherhood, sacrifice, accountability, and love.

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