Reflections From The Couch: What I’ve Learned From Therapy

Reflections From The Couch: What I’ve Learned From Therapy

The power in therapy is having an unbiased ally to guide your growth, someone to answer your “now what?” You may not walk away from every session with a step-by-step guide on how to turn your experiences into lessons learned. But you’ll walk away with something – questions to think about, an app to explore, literature to read, practices to consider or maybe even a new perspective.

Talk to Yourself: How Positive Self Talk Can Quiet Our Inner Doubts

Talk to Yourself: How Positive Self Talk Can Quiet Our Inner Doubts

The things we speak can plant seeds of glorious dandelion or they can manifest other not-so-pleasant things and energies. The way we move is much the same;  everything we do plants a seed and everything we experience, plants a seed within us. Our hope is for those experiences to become wisdom, not a lingering plight.

Nah Sis, Not Tonight: How Saying No Brings More Intention to My “Yes”

Nah Sis, Not Tonight: How Saying No Brings More Intention to My “Yes”

Boundary building isn’t meant to trap us in a bubble of loneliness and isolation; it is meant to foster a culture of safety, support, and true love in a malicious and taxing world. Now, when I look toward the brightness of the future ahead, I carry my “no” with me in confidence, in hope, in love, and in full faith because I know my “yes” means so much more.

A Conversation With Patricia Miller & Lauren Ash: Celebrating The Legacy Of Lillian Lazenberry-Martin

A Conversation With Patricia Miller & Lauren Ash: Celebrating The Legacy Of Lillian Lazenberry-Martin

Our mothers are our first experiences of God. Their wombs are the portals of our greatness — our entrance into this dimension and to our true purpose on the Earth. Give thanks. Here at Black Girl In Om, we want to honor the legacy of our founder Lauren Ash’s grandmother Lillian Lazenberry-Martin and her queen mother Patricia Miller. We give thanks for the powerful legacy that has ultimately led to our divine resource for black women’s wellness and healing — Black Girl In Om.

Inner Convos: Healing From A Traumatic Relationship With My Mother

Inner Convos: Healing From A Traumatic Relationship With My Mother

We do not have to like our mothers or have the best relationship with her, but we do need to heal this pain because it will fester and spill into other areas of our lives. Not healing this wound can even cause physical dis-ease in the body, particularly in the brain, the heart center, and the womb space. Healing the bond that exists between us and our mothers, whether she is in our lives or not, deceased or not, allows us to heal a very deep and critical part of ourselves.

Building A Healthy Relationship With My Mental Health: Inner Convos

Building A Healthy Relationship With My Mental Health: Inner Convos

Remember that your emotional state is rarely constant, but what can be is the inner voice of your womb, your sacred place of creation and power. When your womb speaks to you directly, is she sad and depressed? Or does she remind you that you are a goddess in the flesh, and that you are powerful beyond measure?