17 episodes

We are Black Women Heal, discussing all of life's bull-ish while trying to stay grounded and zen asf. The raw and honest friends you need to feel less alone, but also keep it 100 when you've f’d up. Your hosts are Cheyenne, Sheena, Seleta, Ashley, and Monique; a group of black women who grew up in the same hometown. Our mission is to create a safe haven that offers our unique perspectives and experiences to help you feel less alone and seen; by sharing authentically.

Get social with us on Instagram @blackwomenhealshow
Email us your letters: blackwomenhealpod@gmail.com

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 30 Ratings

We are Black Women Heal, discussing all of life's bull-ish while trying to stay grounded and zen asf. The raw and honest friends you need to feel less alone, but also keep it 100 when you've f’d up. Your hosts are Cheyenne, Sheena, Seleta, Ashley, and Monique; a group of black women who grew up in the same hometown. Our mission is to create a safe haven that offers our unique perspectives and experiences to help you feel less alone and seen; by sharing authentically.

Get social with us on Instagram @blackwomenhealshow
Email us your letters: blackwomenhealpod@gmail.com

    Red flags, sociopaths & deal breakers, oh my!

    Red flags, sociopaths & deal breakers, oh my!

    Were you taught about red flags when you started dating or did you discover the term and its importance later on in adulthood?


    In this episode, your girls discuss their top three red flags, how they have navigated cutting ties when the red flags start flagging and paying attention to red flags with friendships as well.


    Important Shit:


    -Write to us at blackwomenhealpod@gmail.com with your questions, topic ideas, or anonymously with letters about your own life experiences and we'll read it on the show. 


    -Follow on IG and tag us to let us know if you enjoyed today's episode!


    We would appreciate it if you would give this podcast a five-star rating and leave a review on Apple iTunes.


    If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe/follow(it's free) and we'd appreciate you telling a friend, maybe two;)


     


     

    • 1 hr
    Why won't he put a ring on it?

    Why won't he put a ring on it?

    Y'all out here proposing to men, thought about it, or know someone who has? Fellas, would you feel emasculated by your lady proposing to you? 


    How do you feel about it? Write to us and let us know blackwomenhealpod@gmail.com


    In today's Trending-Topics episode, the ladies discuss heterosexual women proposing to men, its origins in Irish culture, possibilities as to why men aren't putting a ring on it, and evaluating if you're the toxic one in the relationship. 


    Important Shit:


    -Write to us at blackwomenhealpod@gmail.com with your questions, topic ideas, or anonymously with letters about your own life experiences and we'll read it on the show. 


    -Follow on IG and tag us to let us know if you enjoyed today's episode!


    We would appreciate it if you would give this podcast a five-star rating and leave a review on Apple iTunes.


    If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe/follow(it's free) and we'd appreciate you telling a friend, maybe two;)


     

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Intimacy, broken dicks, sex, & pocket pussy’s

    Intimacy, broken dicks, sex, & pocket pussy’s

    Is intimacy more important than sex to you?


    The ladies discuss what turns them on, what they perceive intimacy to be, its importance in a relationship, if intimacy is more important than sex long term, their experiences with men who have had erectile dysfunction or a small penis, and the key to great sex and intimacy; based on their own experiences. Make sure you listen to the entire episode to find out which one of the ladies doesn't like french-kissing.


    Sheena also shares with us for the big dick energy of the week, one of the latest toys for men; the Throat Baby 3000, aka the pocket pussy.  


    A device used by men to receive oral pleasures. The ladies converse about whether you should run like hell if you find the pocket pussy in his medicine cabinet or applaud a man for trying to stay STD-free?


    Important Shit:


    -Write to us at blackwomenhealpod@gmail.com with your questions, topic ideas, or anonymously with letters about your own life experiences and we'll read it on the show. 


    -Follow on IG and tag us to let us know if you enjoyed today's episode!


    We would appreciate it if you would give this podcast a five-star rating and leave a review on Apple iTunes.


    If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe/follow(it's free) and we'd appreciate you telling a friend, maybe two;)


     


     




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    • 1 hr 8 min
    What makes you feel validated: career, marriage, or a new boo?

    What makes you feel validated: career, marriage, or a new boo?

    What do you need to feel validated? 


    Is it a booming career, being in a relationship, or buying a new luxury whip???


    In this episode, the ladies discuss times in their lives when they've felt most validated; whether it was finishing a degree, getting married, or hittin the gym to get in shape. 


    The convo really gets juicy when one of the ladies says she feels most validated when giving oral sex to her man. Shit goes all of the way left at this point and somehow the BWH convo turns into a sex ED lesson about clitoral stimulation and throwing up on the D*ck.


    The ladies reel themselves back in and end the convo with easy tips to help you stay focused on healthy eating and upping your fruit and veggie game. Remember y'all, cleanse your personal spaces with palo santo, eat healthy whole foods, release that built-up sexual energy, and let them cheeks clap ladies; it's sundress season.


    Important Shit:


    -Write to us at blackwomenhealpod@gmail.com with your questions, topic ideas, or anonymously with letters about your own life experiences and we'll read it on the show. 


    -Follow on IG and tag us to let us know if you enjoyed today's episode!


    -We’re on YouTube as well @blackwomenhealshow


    We would appreciate it if you would give this podcast a five-star rating and leave a review on Apple iTunes.


    If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe/follow(it's free) and we'd appreciate you telling a friend, maybe two;)


     


     


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    • 1 hr
    Why can't men just be f*cking honest???

    Why can't men just be f*cking honest???

    Why can't men just be f*ckin honest y'all?? 


    Why do men believe that by lying, they're protecting us???


    Anybody have the answers...


    But before that, the ladies of BWH read their very first listener-friend letter about the "I don't need a man" culture, the possibly unequally yoked nature of ambitious women in relationships with men who are not, and how generational learning contributes to this culture. 


    Quick reminder friends,


     Don't be in these streetz this summer spreading STDs and COVID. Make sure you take care of Myra's toes and them hairs around your areolas. Don't forget to lotion those ashy ankles, no hair on the big toe, and get your cuticles cleaned up. These things are imperative since we're still wearing our masks in public spaces, and can't "beat" our faces, #respectfully. LOL


    Time Stamps:


    *00:02:38-Spiritual Shit Oracle Deck reading by Seleta


    *00:03:49-Compassion, passion, and just putting the tip in.


    *00:05:00- Don't be in these streetz this summer spreading STDs and COVID. Make sure you take care of Myra's toes and them hairs around your areolas.


    *00:08:44- Someone call Squadcast and let them know we need video capabilities for five or more people to record the show!


    *00:10:13-Our very first, but not last, listener-friend letter:


    "I don't need a man culture???" THANK YOU Queen for the letter/message


    *00:21:31- Ambitious women who are in relationships with men who are not.


    *00:26:19- Topic Begins


    *00:30:23-Cheating, dishonesty, and protecting my feelings.


    *00:34:20-We give men the opportunity, to be honest, but they never seem to bite.


    *00:40:08-What did this teach me??? 


    *00:43:24-A lot of people want a spiritual woman until that spiritual woman calls out their b******t; it's the spirit guides for me, it's the intuition for me, it's empathic abilities for us.


    *00:46:55-Seek an equally yoked partner when setting your intentions.


    *00:51:42-Don't be scared of rejection; it can save you from heartbreak in the long run. 


    *00:58:34-Seeing past the superficial shit to find your ideal mate and please just be f*****g honest, damn.


    *01:06:42-Turn up that femininity for your partner. The black community has a long way to go when teaching our girls how to be wives and being "soft" and vulnerable.


    *01:10:26-Sis we have to start holding one another accountable.


    *01:14:36- In closing, don't forget to lotion those ashy ankles, no hair in the toenails, and make sure you pluck your areola hairs. Get your cuticles cleaned up on your toes. These things are even more important since we're still wearing our masks in public spaces and we won't be "beating" our faces, #respectfully.


    Important Shit:


    -Write to us at blackwomenhealpod@gmail.com with your questions, topic ideas, or anonymously with letters about your own life experiences and we'll read it on the show. 


    -Follow on IG and tag us to let us know if you enjoyed today's episode!


    --We’re on YouTube as well @blackwomenhealshow


    We would appreciate it if you would give this podcast a five-star rating and leave a review on Apple iTunes.


    If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe/follow(it's free) and we'd appreciate you telling a friend, maybe two;) 


     


     


     


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    • 1 hr 18 min
    Heartbreak is some bullsh*t part 2

    Heartbreak is some bullsh*t part 2

    Grab a cup of your favorite latte if you’re on your way to work, wine if you’re home, bourbon, or rolling papers and relax while listening to your hosts get down and dirty about heartbreak, part two.


    Time Stamps:


    *00:01:44-I'm loyal to a fault w/Seleta.


    *00:21:50-Controlling the controllable.


    *00:26:02-Some heartbreaks w/Ashley.


    *00:33:00-Give him some fellatio, he'll get over it, quick.


    *00:37:09-In Closing


    Important Shit:


    -Write to us at blackwomenhealpod@gmail.com with your questions, topic ideas, or anonymously with letters about your own life experiences and we'll read it on the show. 


    -Follow on IG and tag us to let us know if you enjoyed today's episode!


    -We’re on YouTube as well @blackwomenhealshow


    We would appreciate it if you would give this podcast a five-star rating and leave a review on Apple iTunes.


    If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe/follow(it's free) and we'd appreciate you telling a friend, maybe two;)

    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings

youngambition96 ,

Enjoyed very much

I found the show on accident from Instagram and listened to the latest episode first. I am in my 20’s and the wisdom and insight very valuable. It’s like listening to a group of big Sisters.Hope you ladies continue to create great content. -Luci

Cut Supreme ,

Great show

Great show keep up the good work, it a very insightful podcast, me being a black man, husband, and brother and son, you sisters bring very intelligent points of views on very real subjects, without being to serious, love the show.

selfaware9735 ,

Bomb

Love it so far, hope you ladies will continue to create content and I await the evolution of the show and what you guys will do with it. Maybe consider meetups in the near future, you guys are a blast to listen to.

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