A mental health podcast through the lens of millennial women of color and anyone who didn’t have the encouragement to prioritize their mental health as a child (or adult). Hosted by writer and career coach Jazmine Reed-Clark.
This space was designed to destigmatize mental illness, promote practical wellness tools and resources, and bring together those who spent most of their life feeling alone, awkward, or like the black sheep.
Written and produced by a girl who heard therapy was “for white folks” growing up ...and has been going for the last 11 years.
"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...
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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!
Refreshing take on mental health. Can’t wait for more episodes!
I follow Jazmine’s other podcast, Office Politics, and was super excited for this new show. If the first episode is any indication, this is going to be a hit podcast! Jazmine is such a good storyteller, and her advice is genuinely helpful and actionable. Subscribe! And tell a friend who would benefit from honest discussions about mental health in the Black community.