Having to deal with the impact of racism, sexism and difficult childhoods mean that many of us have suffered from depression at some time in our lives. We feel numb, helpless, and carry despair about any hope for the future. In this week’s live I share some compassionate tools along with my experience of how I dealt with this crippling issue.
Many of us as black women have a painful relationship with anger because we don’t want to be associated with aggression and/or abuse. It’s not easy dealing with the oppressive intersection of race and gender so it makes sense why so many of us don’t know how to manage our intense rage. If used appropriately, anger can be a powerful catalyst for change so in this week’s live, I share 3 ways that being an angry black woman can lead us to healing.