3 episodes

For too long Black women have been showing up for everyone else and being left behind.

Listen every week as Jennifer Arnise, healer, author and transformational coach, discusses how Black women can heal the wounds from the challenging relationship with their mother and embrace more joy, pleasure and passion in their life.

If you’re a progressive savvy sister looking for fresh perspectives on living life on your own terms, this podcast is here for you.

Black Woman Confessionals Jennifer Arnise

    • Spirituality

For too long Black women have been showing up for everyone else and being left behind.

Listen every week as Jennifer Arnise, healer, author and transformational coach, discusses how Black women can heal the wounds from the challenging relationship with their mother and embrace more joy, pleasure and passion in their life.

If you’re a progressive savvy sister looking for fresh perspectives on living life on your own terms, this podcast is here for you.

    Episode 3: What is the Black Mother Wound

    Episode 3: What is the Black Mother Wound

    In this week’s episode of Black Woman Confessionals we dive head first into the Black Mother Wound and the impact it’s having on women in every area of their lives. We talk about 5 major areas that the BMW is reeking havoc in Black women’s lives and what she can begin to do to turn things around. This informative episode shines new light on why healing this core wound needs to be a priority if we want to begin living the life we truly desire.

    • 42 min
    Episode:002 Healing Through Sacred Sex

    Episode:002 Healing Through Sacred Sex

    In Episode-2 of Black Woman Confessionals we talked to tantric sex doula, sacred sex worker Amina Peterson. She explains the roll sacred sex plays in healing our individual and collective emotional wounds and traumas. Finally she left us with some simple yet powerful things we can do to start this pivotal healing journey.

    • 51 min
    Episode:001 Black Women and Vulnerability

    Episode:001 Black Women and Vulnerability

    In our inaugural episode I introduce myself and talk about why I started the Black Woman Confessionals Podcast. Then we dive head first into the importance of vulnerability for Black women when we are healing our emotional wounds and collective Black mother wound.

    • 37 min

Customer Reviews

TeacherTogi ,

Finally!!!

I have been waiting for my girl to get her podcast on!!! Her words have helped me so much this year! Her book is so great and her Instagram page is the truth! Real therapy for real women! Proud of you Jennifer!!!❤️❤️❤️❤️

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