Black women often feel like they need to qualify for love, like they’re applying for a job or auditioning for the role of ‘wifey’. Where do these beliefs stem from, and are these beliefs contributing to the Single Black Female statistics?
The “pet to threat” phenomenon refers to the way Black women are often initially treated as pets, or favorites, in the workplace, but then become threats when they assert themselves or challenge the status quo. This phenomenon contributes to the angry Black woman stereotype, which portrays Black women as aggressive and difficult to work with.
Use a Feelings Wheel to tune in to your emotions and learn to regulate them allows you to gain a deeper understanding of yourself and your needs.
Are you constantly feeling tired and burned out despite getting plenty of sleep? You might be coming up short on the other types of rest your body desperately needs. It’s time to understand the true power of rest and break free from the culture of high-achieving, high-producing individuals who suffer from a rest deficit. Let’s get into the different types of rest and how they can improve your mental health and overall well-being.