6 episodios

Iyanla Vanzant once stated, "I am not my sister's keeper, I am my sister.” This podcast was created on a platform to discuss the journey of womanhood, life and relationships. We must all continue to fight to break cycles, give birth to our dreams and walk according to our purpose. “Miss Little Did She Know” podcast’s primary aim is to provide a theoretical framework for identifying self-awareness, addressing individuality, and emphasizing the uniqueness of one self.

Miss Little Did She Kno‪w‬ Kia Monique Jones

    • Superación personal

Iyanla Vanzant once stated, "I am not my sister's keeper, I am my sister.” This podcast was created on a platform to discuss the journey of womanhood, life and relationships. We must all continue to fight to break cycles, give birth to our dreams and walk according to our purpose. “Miss Little Did She Know” podcast’s primary aim is to provide a theoretical framework for identifying self-awareness, addressing individuality, and emphasizing the uniqueness of one self.

    It Could All Be So Simple

    It Could All Be So Simple

    In this week's episode we are discussing why dating is so difficult. We examine the challenges that uniquely impact men and women. The most common and biggest reason why it's so hard to fall in love is a fear of commitment. Labels can terrify some people, but for others, the uncertainty of where the relationship stands is also terrifying. Love requires us to confront our own laziness, impulsiveness and boredom, which is hard for most people to do. It could all be so simple.

    Special Guest: JP Adams ✨Subscribe to our website at www.MissLittleDidSheKnow.com for our updates and latest news!

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    Instagram: @MissLittleDidSheKnow_ @Beautiful__Kia

    ✨Also, grab your copy of “Open Letter to a Girl that Never Settles” Book at www.KiaMoniqueJones.com

    • 1h 16 min
    Life After Death

    Life After Death

    In this week's episode we are discussing the grieving process after death. Grief is a natural response to loss. It’s the emotional suffering you feel when something or someone you love is taken away. Often, the pain of loss can feel overwhelming.

    Coping with the loss of someone or something you love is one of life’s biggest challenges. Whatever your loss, it’s personal to you, so don’t feel ashamed about how you feel, or believe that it’s somehow only appropriate to grieve for certain things. There is no right or wrong way to grieve. Inevitably, the grieving process takes time. Healing happens gradually.

    Special Guest: Kimbrely Dandridge, Esq. ✨Subscribe to our website at www.MissLittleDidSheKnow.com for our updates and latest news!

    ✨Follow us and we will follow back!
    Instagram: @MissLittleDidSheKnow_ @Beautiful__Kia

    ✨Also, grab your copy of “Open Letter to a Girl that Never Settles” Book at www.KiaMoniqueJones.com

    • 43 min
    Mental Health Matters

    Mental Health Matters

    In this week's episode we are discussing why mental health matters. Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood.

    Although anyone can develop a mental health problem, African Americans sometimes experience more severe forms of mental health conditions due to unmet needs and barriers. According to the Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health, African Americans are 20% more likely to experience serious mental health problems than the general population. 1 in 5 people are affected by mental illness. This means that, even if we don’t talk about it, most likely we have one of these illnesses or know someone who does. African Americans may be reluctant to discuss mental health issues and seek treatment because of the stigma associated with such conditions. 


    Special Guest: Shanice White, LPC-S, NCC, BC-TMH

    ✨Subscribe to our website at www.MissLittleDidSheKnow.com for our updates and latest news!

    ✨Follow us and we will follow back!
    Instagram: @MissLittleDidSheKnow_ @Beautiful__Kia

    ✨Also, grab your copy of “Open Letter to a Girl that Never Settles” Book at www.KiaMoniqueJones.com!

    • 27 min
    Mistakes We Make in Our 20s & 30s

    Mistakes We Make in Our 20s & 30s

    In this week's episode we are discussing the common mistakes we make in our 20s and 30s. No one is immune to making mistakes – we are human! But if we simply apologize and carry on as before, we're in danger of repeating the same errors. When we don't learn from our mistakes, we inflict unnecessary stress on ourselves and on others. The best part about your 20s and 30s is that you can recover quickly from the inevitable mistakes you'll make as you figure out how to make it in the real world. "Making a mistake" is not the same thing as "failing." A failure is the result of a wrong action, whereas a mistake usually is the wrong action. So, when you make a mistake, you can learn from it and fix it, whereas you can only learn from a failure.

    Special Guest: Dr. Tearsanee Davis

    ✨Subscribe to our website at www.MissLittleDidSheKnow.com for our updates and latest news!

    ✨Follow us and we will follow back!
    Instagram: @MissLittleDidSheKnow_
    @Beautiful__Kia

    ✨Also, grab your copy of “Open Letter to a Girl that Never Settles” Book at www.KiaMoniqueJones.com

    • 1h 3 min
    Open Letter to the Girl I was Last Year

    Open Letter to the Girl I was Last Year

    Welcome to a heartfelt Open Letter to a Girl that Never Settles by Kia Monique Jones. This project is something that I have been secretly working on and I hope that you are pleased! Personally, I wanted to create a platform for women to have a voice and share experiences in our womanhood.

    Ladies, if you don’t know something and want some insight, enjoy this read and apply. Seek to apply and experiment knowledge at every step along your journey. But never stop learning. If it is yours to have, take it with full intent. Blissful, efficacious people are obsessed with the progression of their craft, which transcends the physical reward. Ladies, let’s rise above our circumstances, take that risk and leverage what you have today for what you will have tomorrow. This is a heartfelt… Open Letter to a Girl That Never Settles. SHOP NOW at www.KiaMoniqueJones.com

    • 18 min
    OFFICIAL TRAILER

    OFFICIAL TRAILER

    Now introducing....... Miss Little Did She Know! Iyanla Vanzant once stated, "I am not my sister's keeper, I am my sister.” This podcast was created on a platform to discuss the journey of womanhood, life and relationships. We must all continue to fight to break cycles, give birth to our dreams and walk according to our purpose. “Miss Little Did She Know” podcast’s primary aim is to provide a theoretical framework for identifying self-awareness, addressing individuality, and emphasizing the uniqueness of one self.

    • 24 segundos

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