Sistahood, the bond that keeps Black women together…
…until it doesn’t, right?
Contrary to what mainstream media would have you believe, Black women are the original GIRLFRIENDS — the original sistahood.
Seriously, NOBODY has your back like Black women do. But the reality is, whether intentional or unintentional, Black women DO hurt Black women.
…and it’s time to have a conversation about it.
In this episode Shirl and Natty are chatting it up about how Black women have each other’s backs and how sometimes things happen and they don’t anymore.
- The TOP FIVE challenges that contribute to broken friendships and sistahoods
- Hindrances to healing from broken sistahood wounds.
- The “superwoman shield” that protects us from being hurt again.
- Steps we can take to start healing from and rebuilding the sistahood wound.
- The unique bonds that keep Black sistahood together.
Like every episode, Shirl and Natty POURED out a lot.
Take what YOU need, and leave the rest.
And don’t forget to share with your friends.
LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
Superwoman Archetype Quiz
Not Your Superwoman Healing Circle
Shades of Strong Instagram
Shades of Strong Facebook.
Sisterhood |They Smile in Your Face
Other Episodes in Season 4
Identifying the Layers of the Black Superwoman Cape
Things We’ve Lost to the Superwoman Cape
LISTEN TO EPISODES in the Not Your Superwoman Mini-Series
Healing the Little Black Girl Behind the Strong Black Woman
Rest. Because Sometimes Your Strength Gets Tired
The Fine Line Between Independent and Too Independent
Never Let What They Think of You Silence You
You Get to Be Strong and Vulnerable
Strong Black Women Feel Things Too
You Are the Most Important Person in Your Life