A space designed to destigmatize mental illness in the Black community, promote practical wellness tools and resources, and bring together those who spent most of their life feeling alone, awkward, or like the black sheep. From meditation to medication — I cover it all from a first-hand perspective.
Touched By An Antidepressant (AMA #1)
If you grew up hearing “only crazy people take pills,” this episode of mental health medication is for you. And probably your parents.
Social anxiety... as an extrovert!
Yes: you can come off as an extrovert and constantly suffer from social anxiety. Here are some ways to deal with it.
The Meghan Markle in all of us
My takeaways from the Meghan Markle and Prince Harry interview with Oprah.
Setting boundaries with parents
For listeners whose parents are always in their business.
"Therapy is for white people."
Thoughts on growing up hearing that "therapy is for white people"—and how to take steps toward getting help when you feel wrong for asking.
Introducing: Pretty for a Black Girl
Welcome to Pretty for a Black Girl! Talk to you soon...
Thank YOU! ♥️
TYSM Jazmine for your transparency & for the time you put into this researched episode! This was so soo relateable & I feel like i was having a late night dorm room chat with my friends. I cannot wait for future episodes.
This is everything!
First, I love the transparency! This is definitely going to free black people from the stigma that therapy is for crazy people. Can’t wait to hear more.
Loved It! Yay Jazmine!! You make me feel like we’re sipping on warm tea chatting up about our feelings. You’re witty and hilarious and openly honest about mental health. Can’t wait to hear your next post!