How confident do you feel? Has your relationship with confidence changed over time? Margo and Tashira check in and talk about the ways that their confidence is showing up at a big age, and how resilience and other characteristics play into one's ability to own that confidence and take up space in a patriarchal society.
In this episode about the Soft Life, Margo and Tashira discuss the complexities of creating a self-care community for Black women online. Does living the Soft Life require lots of disposable income? Is it exclusionary based upon socioeconomic status? How is white privilege inherently synonymous with living the Soft Life?
In this episode, Margo and Tashira explore the dualities of joy and grief. How can life be so great and challenging simultaneously? The hosts discuss discovering how to hold space for both at a Big age.
We speak to Season For Squeezin founder Julie Devaney Hogan in today's episode to learn how she is turning tragedy into triumph by defining her breast cancer journey on her own terms
India bravely shares her experiences of inadvertently joining the Nxivm cult, her harrowing experiences in it, how she got out, and how she is healing herself and thriving in real time. India offers a detailed look into how seemingly legitimate businesses and communities can seduce unsuspecting folx into joining a cult without realizing it. She also speaks candidly and from a place of strength about her healing journey since escaping the cult and her current efforts to help others through their trauma.Immeasurable thanks to India for sharing her story with the justUS community