You’ve been through so much in your life, and are often seen as the strong one. You are expected to just “figure it out” while you hold the weight of relationships, family, finances, and multiple other stressors. It can seem like everyone wants something from you but few (if any) want to give back. Let’s create a space for you to heal. It is all too common for individuals raised in the black community to be “strong”, and not talk about their feelings. The phrase “turn the other cheek” or the idea that it can just be prayed away are ways to cope, but what about the times you don’t feel or want to be strong? What about the moments
when you’ve prayed and prayed and it feels like nothing is there?Unhealthy behaviors thought patterns, and attitudes can start to make you feel like you’re stuck on a hamster wheel. But the truth is, you’re not a robot, you’re a human being, and as human beings, we have complex feelings. So let’s practice being vulnerable, rehearse being flexible,
and learn to be resourceful.
I believe understanding who we are and why we do things is a fundamental part of self-growth. There is no growth in just going through the motions. Let’s work to help you recognize, analyze, and confront the thought patterns, behaviors, and attitudes that no longer serve you. The journey to your healing awaits.
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