Once upon a time there was an angry woman. Every day she was scrutinized, ridiculed, harassed, and dismissed because of her emotional pain. One day she discovered that she wasn’t really angry but hurt, misunderstood, falsely depicted, and stereotyped. Because of this, she gave off false impressions, and the men in her life were left with the wrong ideas, they mistrusted her and were aggravated. As a result, her children and her family suffered until the woman was finally freed to love. Freed to love God. Freed to love herself. Freed to love her family and everyone else. She is able to obtain her freedom by simply embracing truth and simply letting go. Put simply - Freed to Forgive!Learning how to let it go. “It” could be a plethora of things - trauma, unforgiveness, blame, victimhood, etc. The freed part is about letting go of what is not yours and reclaiming your new! This is what the Freed 2 Love Podcast is about. The overarching goal is to promote understanding between men and women, facilitating reconciliation by harnessing the power of the woman’s influence. By discussing previously taboo topics and secret subjects such as infidelity, mental and emotional abuse, power, control and other topics that affect our mental and emotional health, we will identify and expose possible roots and entry points of issues that dramatically affect our communities. The aim is to destroy stereotypes and promote understanding and compassion. Each episode will explore the complexities of life in America. The hope is to help women realize their power and encourage them to use that power to heal their communities. We will address the woman holistically including ways to strengthen your body, spirit, and soul. When women are able to break free from these hindrances/encumbrances, you will be freed to love and be whole. Breaking free is the goal to create awareness and provide a vehicle for listeners to see yourselves. Every person will have their own journey and every podcast is a catalyst for you to speak your truth and tell your story.
Episode 45 ~ "Identity ~ Being the First Racist Against Self" ~ Keturah Rosato
Keturah Rosato is a mental health practitioner, faith based women’s empowerment expert, and founder of Momentum Woman, a movement that helps women discover and activate their potential so they can create a beautiful life from the inside out. At the core of our rich conversation was the fact that racism and its affects on a person has to do with identity.
Episode 44 ~ The Demand of a 21-year-old that Reignited Black Lives Matter 2020 ~ Jael Kerandi
It was the swift action of a 21-year-old, in my opinion, is what I believe reignited the Black Lives Matter movement in 2020 and its spread across the world. Listen in as I chat with Jael Kerandi and her role in the Racial Justice changes in America.
Episode 43 ~ Being a White Woman and Minority ~ Lauren Parlette
Listen in as I talk to Lauren Parlette and her unconventional upbringing as being the only white family in her community. She offers insight and perspective that is refreshing.
Episode 42 ~ A Millennials Perspective of Racism ~ Landon Moss
Learn the concerns that millennials are thinking about following the racial unrest. There is a big opportunity because so many of them are unsure and looking for answers. Some of the questions are about -white God Christian slave owners, where Christians stand, how they are questioning everything they've been taught.
Episode 41 ~ Lead With Love in the Workplace ~ Cathrine James
This episode is for you if you've ever: Been passed over or looked over for a promotion Been told that you need to 'tone down' who you are Been told you are too aggressive Your ideas are dismissed, but others say in essence the same thing and they are applauded Felt like they are trying to 'put you in your place'
Episode 40 ~ Racism From the Eyes of History ~ Barbara Sorey-Love
Listen in as we go from Black Power of the 70s to Black Lives Matter of 2020 as Mrs. Barbara Sorey-Love, self proclaimed historian of her family, shares the importance of remembering our history and the stories passed down from generations. She also mentions some other subtle racist words and off hand comments and the importance of having loving parents which helped her to combat the hate of racism.
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Courageous and Transparent
I really like this podcast! It is honest, transparent and courageous and I like the point of view that it comes from. It’s not every day that you get topics like this discussed, but it is a breath of fresh air and education and light needs to be shared on these topics.
FREED TO LOVE with Stephanie M. Brown
What a great Pod Cast. The topic itself gets your attention and makes you ponder what direction the author is going in; and now that she has your attention, she steals your heart with her passion of what she’s speaking about.
Game. Changer. 🔥🔥
This podcast is the breath of fresh air you’ve been waiting on! I’ve been following Stephanie on social media for quite some time now and this show is well overdue in our community. She always giving insightful, thoughtful gems to help me truly forgive and live life more fully knowing I’m free from the hurt I thought I was bound to. I feel better and more whole after each episode. You won’t regret listening!!!