We’re back with day 2 of 30 Days of Uncaping, Unmasking, and Unhiding the Strong Black Superwoman.
This series takes on the task of peeling back the layers of four popular television characters [Olivia Pope, Annalise Keating, Cookie Lyon, and Mary Jane Paul], who in their individual roles embody the stereotypical Strong Black Superwoman.
In today’s episode we continue examining why Oliva Pope does life the way she does life. We take a look at how she was loved as a child and how that love contributed to her expectations of love as an adult.
- What happens when self love and clear boundaries are missing from our lives
- Inner childhood wounds that contribute to the Strong Black Superwoman Syndrome
- What happens when unhealthy love is the only love we know
- How the lack of boundaries lead to unhealthy relationships
- How unhealthy love in normalized
Tune in now as we peel back another layer of Superwoman Olivia Pope. When you’re finish let’s continue the conversation in the Shades of Strong Queendom. Head over to the Shades of Strong Facebook Community HERE and share your reflections and aha moments with us.
If this episode resonates with you and you want to go deeper and are ready to start your journey to healing the little Black girl inside of you, please join us in the Sista Circle of Healing HERE.
Other Episodes in This 30 – Day Series
Day 1 — Uncaping, Unmasking, and Unhiding the Strong Black Superwoman
Superwoman Must Die | Slaying the Strong Black Woman Syndrome
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