✨It’s good to take a look in the mirror to reflect on motivations behind behavior. What is taking down a particular path, is this what is meant for you? Will it lead you to your purpose? 🤔
Be the change that you wish to be in your own life. There lies the power, the beauty and the need is satisfied. Do you feel like you are enough, are you worthy of the change?
Explore this thought with yourself today on #selfcaresaturday
✨Reclaiming our definition of Blackness is a defining part of our lives. Lets continue to revolutionize our identity as a Black people. Lets continue take care of our mental health, our wellness, and our communities.✨
✨New clients, New Classes, New Self-Help books in the month of March✨
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What do you do when you can’t sleep...work of course!
Wild Berries Whipped Body Butter is now available 🍓 *A portion of every sale goes to the Kenneth Pridgeon Foundation. Named after my Uncle who passed away in November. His foundation helps men are struggling with any warp of life to grow and experience Christ. His Church named the foundation after him. As his only Niece, I have to keep his memory and work in the church going. We appreciate all of you and every purchase that we receive❤️ #unclesmatter#jordamirbodycare#bodybutter#entrepreneur#shopsmall#smallbusiness#blackwomanbusinessowner
In relation with the world-around, black people do not merely internalize racism; they actively construct mental representations of what they see,think, and feel.
Many writers have identified defining features such as skin tone, breadth of the nose, and hair texture as being those aspects of self that black people believe are ridiculed and devalued in relation with others.
On observation, there may appear to be nothing wrong with the physical features of the individual but in relation with others, the individual may come to believe that there is something about their physical person that is unattractive or socially undesirable and develop a form of racialized body image disturbance. Mental representations constructed in relation with those who would ridicule or devalue a black individual’s perceived race-related physical features may be re- activated when primed in response to new or different subjective experiences of racism, resulting in the disintegration of the self-construct and the reinforcement of a negative self-schemas.
There are 3 special people in my life that are celebrating bdays today! The 1st bday shout out I wanna give is to my mom’s twin! Her lil sis! The hair slayer! My auntie Kalli! I love you so much and I’m overjoyed in the woman you have become! 😘😘🎉🎉🎉
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Citrine & Onyx are both stones that hold projective energy and their element is Fire.
Citrine is a stone said to secure a restful sleep, knockout nightmares, and worn at night to gain a steel spine against fears.
Onyx’s history as stone is ….interesting to say the least and I will further elaborate on that in a blog post later.
Onyx was worn into battles or when facing adversaries. This is a stone that is said to protect against conscious negative attacks.