In today’s episode of the UNCAPING, UNMASKING, and UNHIDING series, Shirl and Natty take look at Annalise’s lack of emotional safety and the situational or childhood trauma that contributed it to thereby leading her in manipulative and controlling behavior.
A few things they explored in this conversation were the varying circumstances that causes feelings of lack of security and safety, how most don’t recognize they’re engaging in manipulative or performative behavior and how challenging it can be to change the behavior.
Tap in to this episode to hear their thoughts and when you’re finished, share your thoughts with us in the Shades of Strong Facebook Community. Our Facebook community is a safe space where you can connect with other Black women and have open and honest discussions about things that concern us individually and collectively. This is a safe space where we can lean on each other in times of trouble and unrest, and dance with each other in times of celebration.
Other Episodes in This 30 – Day Series
Day 10 Uncaping, Unmasking, Unhidng |The Fight Trauma Response & Cookie Lyon
Day 9 Uncaping, Unmasking, Unhiding |The Ride or Die That is Cookie Lyon
Day 8 Uncaping, Unmasking, Unhiding, |Is Cookie Lyon an Angry Black Woman
Day 7 Uncaping, Unmasking, Unhiding, |Kick People Pleasing to the Curb
Day 6 Uncaping, Unmasking, Unhiding | Ten Whole Years of People Pleasing
DAY 5 People Pleasing A Harmless Act of Love or a Mental Health Risk?
Day 4 Uncaping Unmasking Unhiding | Why We Become People Pleasers
Day 3 Uncaping, Unmasking, Unhiding |The Side Effects of the Black Superwoman Syndrome
Day 2 Uncaping, Unmasking, Unhiding | When Love Becomes Kryptonite
Day 1 — Uncaping, Unmasking, and Unhiding the Strong Black Superwoman
Superwoman Must Die | Slaying the Strong Black Woman Syndrome
Are you a perfectionist, master performer, people pleaser, or people prover?
Take this 4 minute quiz & get a breakdown of your superwoman archetype & how you can use this knowledge to start healing from the Strong Black Superwoman Syndrome.