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Relationship Woes With Danie Sanchez
17 minutes | Nov 14, 2019
Court Your Coints with Nadia: You Can't Heal What You Don't Reveal
This month, we are using this as the launching pad for building a better relationship with money. For us to get real with money, we have to heal any past traumas or mindsets that we have with money. This title came from listening to Jay Z’s 4:44 album and just loving how real it was. He pulled from some deep ish to pivot into being a new level of self. In this week's episode, we talk about doing the same thing with money, our mindset and merger with it of sorts. While revisiting the past sucks, but it can be a deterrent to your greatness too. Just like many of us go to therapy to talk about how our past impacts who we are now, we can do the same when it comes to money. Being real allows you to reveal your internal compass. Knowing Your Triggers Just as with your past relationships, think back to what potential toxin activities did you play or see played with money. Could the love of lack be holding you back? Stop looking to the Jones’ for “goals” and build your own Many of us look to others who “seem” happy in their relationship money while ignoring our own. Smoke and mirrors on IG isn’t just for baecations or their bank, look beyond. Self-Care is your internal savings account Self-care is something that should be defined by each of us. That might not look like Lush Bombs and visits to Massage Envy, it is what you make it. No matter if you can save up for ur or find ways to pause, don’t be afraid to take time to fuel you. When you feel good about yourself and your funds, the energy allows it to flow to you. Being able to heal your relationship with money takes you being able to look back into your past to position you to the wealth you desire to be! Connect With Nadia Facebook Instagram
62 minutes | Nov 12, 2019
Bonus Episode: TSBI Mommin' Ain't Easy
I took it back to about a year ago when Roseredd and I just started our TSBI journey together. This was one of my fav episodes and I loved it some much because we got honest but so did our audience. Motherhood comes with many challenges and I believe that it’s easier to get through them when you know that you’re not alone. There were so many moms that could relate to our messages we hope that you can relate as well. In this episode we talked about: self-care and burnout societal pressures/norms pop culture and social media Stay connected with us Relationships Woes Facebook Page Relationship Woes Instagram Listen to the show on all platforms Apple Podcasts Google Play Spotify DON’T FORGET TO DROP A REVIEW, WE LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU.
62 minutes | Nov 6, 2019
Growing Pains: From Unhealthy to Healthy Love Ft. Saprina Nickelson
Today’s episode is one for the books. I was so elated when Saprina reached out to me with such an amazing episode idea. She slid in my DMS and pitched a concept that I actually had a ton of experience with. Getting into a new relationship after you leave a toxic or abusive relationship. Saprina Shante helps women learn how to navigate & rock their Saturn Return. Between the ages of 27-32, we all come to a point where we have to heal our past and step into our true selves within her system you’ll identify your purpose, your biggest life lesson, and how to ride the waves of life versus fighting the lessons. In this episode, Saprina and I bonded over the trauma that brought us to our awakening. We both shared our history of abuse and what it looks to navigate a healthy relationship after a toxic one Communicating through the struggles Bringing bad habits into a new relationship Getting support for past abuse Navigating past traumas Connect WIth Saprina Instagram Facebook Join The Conversation Relationships Woes Facebook Page Relationship Woes Instagram Listen to the show on all platforms Apple Podcasts Google Play Spotify
38 minutes | Oct 1, 2019
When Opposites Attract ft. Contessa Louise
I sat down to chat with Contessa Louise an RWS contributor that you will hear more from in Season 3 to chat about her unique partnership and how their love thrives in spite of their differences. She talked about how her partner is religious and she's more spiritual. That in and of itself can cause huge conflicts in any relationship she's sharing how they navigate and respect each other's differences. Contessa Louise Cooper is an author, advocate, entrepreneur, and healer. She is also the president of the New Jersey chapter of the Holistic Chamber of Commerce and the founder of Modern & Alternative Health magazine. She provides safe spaces for individuals can be their authentic selves so they can begin a holistic and spiritual healing process. Contessa is no fluff and will dive deep into your physical, mental, and spiritual health to facilitate your wellness journey. She understands the culture, spiritual beliefs, and self identify plays an important role in your healing process. She sees clients locally and through virtual appointments worldwide. To connect with her Website: www.ContessaLouise.com Facebook Messenger: m.me/ContessaLouise Instagram: instagram.com/ContessaLouise
48 minutes | Sep 24, 2019
Mommy Issues: The Unspoken Struggle Ft. Chantelle Benjamin and Casandra McDonald
I sat down with Chantelle Benjamin and Casandra McDonald to chat about "Mommy Issues" we always hear about struggles with dad but what about the struggles with mom. It's important to call out the dynamics that are toxic and damaging to a child's spirit even if it's coming from their mom. I wanted to support these women as they shared their stories and struggles with owning and navigating their "Mommy Issues". Chantelle Benjamin is a Life Coach & Travel Career Mentor, Mother & Wife. She supports moms who want to start a travel franchise by giving them the ability to take their families on trips for less or take a mommy moment and relax on their own. To connect with Chantelle visit www.LuxeTravelClub.com and follow her on Facebook & Instagram After spending over 11 years working in the criminal justice field by helping juvenile and adult offenders make better choices to change their lives, Casandra began her career in the personal development field as a Speaker, Transformation Consultant, Mentor, and She is also the author of Unclothed: Memoir of a Naked Soul. Casandra is a bold and dynamic speaker who shares her personal story while also providing valuable content. Casandra continues on a path toward lifelong learning and growing by attending seminars, workshops, educating herself in the personal development field and remaining engaged in her own inner work. To connect with Casandra visit www.casandraaustin.com and follow her on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter Stay connected with us Relationships Woes Facebook Page Relationship Woes Instagram Listen to the show on all platforms Apple Podcasts Google Play Spotify DON’T FORGET TO DROP A REVIEW, WE LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU.
46 minutes | Sep 10, 2019
Wait Till I Get My Money Right ft. Nadia Vanderhall
I sat down with Nadia to chop it up about our relationship with money and why it matters. We also talked about sharing finances in relationship and how to this can make or break a union. Nadia has the charm of a Southerner and the work ethic to match her Dutch-based last name. She's worked within the marketing landscape for over 12 years within the areas of Digital, Social Media, Strategy, etc. Her ‘wit and grit’ persona has allowed her to work with various companies and create experiences which all have generated revenue, brand growth and reach. In the last 6 years alone - her leadership over campaigns +launches have produced over $1B+ in revenue and press (New York Times, Adage,etc). She started Brands and Band$ due to her love of both Marketing and Money. Nadia's righteously ratchet approach to talking about both are her calling card for connecting with her tribe! Learn More at www.relationshipwoesshow.com
44 minutes | Aug 28, 2019
Single Mamas Dish On Dating Ft Tiere Allison + Melody Gross
I sat down with Tiere Allison and Melody Gross to chat about what it’s like to be a single mom who’s dating. I enjoyed both of these women’s experiences and perspectives. Being a single mama comes with the obstacle of making sure the person you’re dating and your child(ren) will connect. It’s a 2 for 1 deal with many boundaries but if you do it right. You could end up getting exactly what you desire and deserve. In this episode, each woman shared their stories with me: We talked about making healing a priority The importance of setting intentions Exclusive dating Understanding your values and beliefs Being patient through the process Connect with our guests: Tiere Allison is a Maryland-based hair blogger, photographer, and visual storyteller. Her social media platform is curated with how-to natural hairstyle tutorials, transparent moments of parenting, and aesthetically pleasing lifestyle images. Her passion has inspired her to document and share her journey through motherhood, career, social life, and self-care. Moreover, to encourage young women and mothers to never stop creating and always maintain a healthy, balanced lifestyle. Social Media Instagram Twitter Facebook YouTube Melody Gross is a domestic violence survivor, (loud and proud) speaker, facilitator, workshop creator, blogger, and advocate. She believes every mother deserves to live the life that they desire. Creator of the social media awareness campaign, #DV365. She can be seen around Charlotte or on social media sharing the hilarious stories and anecdotes provided by her kiddo, affectionately known in public as KGB. She’s also the co-founder of #BWEinCLT, a resource and support collective for Black women entrepreneurs. Social Media Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Stay connected with us Relationships Woes Facebook Page Relationship Woes Instagram Listen to the show on all platforms Apple Podcasts Google Play Spotify DON’T FORGET TO DROP A REVIEW, WE LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU.
50 minutes | Aug 20, 2019
Wellness Set Me Free Ft Precious Frazier
I sat down with my girl Precious to chat about her self love journey. We talked about overcoming her eating disorder, writing a book, and becoming a meditation teacher. This woman is a force. Precious Frazier is an Author, Meditation Teacher/Coach, and Mental Health Advocate. She provides meditation coaching and mindfulness support to busy black women and black womanpreneurs who are stressed, anxious and looking for ways to breathe easy. You can learn more about Precious’s work by visiting www.preciousiam.com or on Instagram and Facebook. In this episode, we talk about: self-love emotional eating and eating disorders using affirmations to move through shame becoming a meditation teacher Stay connected with us Relationships Woes Facebook Page Relationship Woes Instagram Listen to the show on all platforms Apple Podcasts Google Play Spotify Don’t Forget To Drop A Review, We Love To Hear From You.
70 minutes | Aug 20, 2019
RWS x TSBI: Ghosting Ft. Roseredd
Ghosting is the practice of ending a personal relationship with someone by suddenly and without explanation withdrawing from all communication. I sat down with my girl Roseredd to chat about ghosting. It was a great conversation that seemed to transcend ghosting LOL but y'all know how we get down. To Watch The Live In this week's episode, we talked about ghosting: what ghosting is and isn't emotional intelligence accepting the role you played in your relationships understanding boundaries To stay connected Relationships Woes Facebook Page Relationship Woes Instagram
23 minutes | Aug 7, 2019
Where TF Is My Village?
A few weeks ago I went to the beach with my family. It made me realize just how much I had isolated myself from my family after having my daughter. I had two different conversations about it and how they wanted to support me with her so that my marriage can thrive. Quick Backstory: My daughter Lyric has Autism. She was diagnosed around 2 years old she’s now 4 but all within the course of 5 years my life drastically changed. A month after I got married I found out I was pregnant. I was sick for 6.5 months. Then she was born and EVERYTHING was increasingly difficult from not sleeping at all (me, baby, or husband) to postpartum depression. It’s been a tough and lonely road but now that we have a handle on MOST things it feels good to have people willing want to support. I didn’t know how to ask for help so I stayed away. The irony of it all was I was already going to drop this episode but I'm elated to know that there's a rainbow at the end of this storm. I've been screaming “where TF is my village” for so long without really being open to it. Once I did the work they showed up. The universe works in mysterious ways. I’m appreciative and honored that I am loved this much. This episode came straight from the heart I hope that it helps someone. Raising any child without a village is hard but ten times harder when the child has special needs. I desperately want to bring back the village mindset. We all need help.
43 minutes | Jul 31, 2019
"Daddy Issues" start with DAD
This week we’re going to chat about a topic that’s near and dear to me, “Daddy Issues. Growing up without a father physically or emotionally will always affect the child. I sat with 5 women who openly shared their stories and journeys with me as they navigate their own “Daddy Issues”. Their bravery to confront their struggles is inspirational. In this episode, we talked with each woman about their story: Je Tuan Jones is moving through meeting her father for the first time as an adult and navigating the emotions as well as the boundaries Loreal Moss finding out that the father she’d always known wasn’t her biological father 13 and unpacking the feelings she felt and how it all shifted her life Melony Hill breaking through trauma and abuse by transmuting her pain into power while the father she didn’t have raised her son Tiffany Brown finally using her voice to speak her truths and acknowledge her father’s absence through writing a book Dani Taylor realizing that her father’s emotional detachment lead her to define love as abusive. The birth of her daughter helped her move out of the darkness and into the light. If you’re struggling with “Daddy Issues” or you hear yourself in these stories. Find a good therapist + life coach and begin to unpack the trauma from your childhood. Remember it’s a journey, not a destination. Every day we are moving through our struggles with our father’s but we are persistent in our healing. We want the same for you. Mental Wellness is essential to your growth. Melony Hill is the definition of woman in control of her life and career. Constantly counted out by society due to emotional instabilities and a traumatic upbringing stemming domestic violence, sexual assault and more, Melony has reclaimed her life and inspires others to do the same. Her organization, Stronger Than My Struggles, aims to heal through the written and spoken word, offering resources, support and services to survivors from all walks of life. Being declared legally emotionally disabled hasn’t stopped Melony from thriving, pursuing her passions or career goals. She hosts a series of workshops in the Baltimore area including a free weekly therapeutic writing workshop, Writing for My Sanity, which she named after her book of poetry. To connect with Melony you can find her on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. To learn more about her and her mission head to her website. Je Tuan Jones is a Spiritual Teacher and Advisor. She uses her spiritual gifts and natural talents to help women live their best lives, increase their incomes, and restore their own intuition. Je Tuan is a Ph.d. Candidate of Metaphysics, Master Reiki Healer, and more. She strongly believes in the strength of women and believes there is nothing they can't accomplish. You can find her on Facebook or Instagram and to learn more about her head to her Website Loreal Moss is a clarity catalyst and lifestyle strategist with a passion for helping entrepreneurial moms discover their purpose. She is a facilitator of transformation and prides herself on her non-fluffy, yet compassionate approach to parenting. When she's not working or recording episodes for her podcast, Girl, F%(k Them Kids, she can be found dancing inappropriately to popular music. Stay in the loop by following her on Facebook and Instagram Tiffany Brown is a Motivational Speaker, Personal Development Strategist and multi-passionate entrepreneur whose mission is to empower women to live a bolder life and are unafraid to be seen. After overcoming her own struggles, the former shy girl founded of I'm 30 Now What? – a motivational brand devoted to empowering women in the 30 something club, from all walks of life, to design a life filled with color and bursting with opportunity. As a woman on the rise, Tiffany Brown is a young force in inspiring women leaders and entrepreneurs to take back their power with one key action: make every day count. To connect with Tiffany you can find her Facebook and Instagram to learn more about her visit her website. Dani Taylor is a Nutritionist and creator of the Mindful Body Blueprint. As a result of co-creating personalized health gain strategies, She’s helped women in business create consistently healthier relationships with themselves and food so they can create the body, health, and life of their dreams without rules and restrictions. To connect with Dani you can find her on Facebook and Instagram If you’re struggling and need help: Therapy www.psychologytoday.com Therapy www.therapyforblackgirls.com Sexual Violence Survivors www.rainn.org Domestic Violence www.thehotline.org/ Mental Health Support www.mentalhealthamerica.net/finding-therapy Join The Conversation Head over to the Woes + Goals Squad Relationships Woes Facebook Page Relationship Woes Instagram Listen to the show on all platforms https://gopod.me/relationshipwoesshow Don’t Forget To Drop A Review, I’d Love To Hear From You.
48 minutes | Jul 23, 2019
Blended Families: A New Norm? Ft. Darling Allegri
This episode means so much to me because I have a blended family. Between me and my husband, we have 7 kids. I sat down with Darling Allegri to chat about what it's like to have a blended family. We chopped it up about the good, bad, and downright ugly. For those who don't know what a blended family is here's a quick synopsis: "A blended family is defined as a family made of two parents and their children from previous marriages or relationships." Darling is a newlywed so I thought her take would bring some freshness to the topic. I've been blended with my husband for about 8 years now and well it's been a ride for sure LOL As a wife, mother, step-mother, and entrepreneur, Darling finds the time to nurture herself through closet singing, dancing, and terrible art. She loves the art of being. She's many things; a Certified Theta-Healer, Reiki Practitioner, Certified Spiritual Life Coach, Identity Alchemist, Energetic Beauty Practitioner & Deep Self Care Advocate. Boring titles aside, She's the gal who guides you to light up that inner glow so you can make all things in your life beautiful and yours. In this episode, we talked about: being a newlywed merging families struggles with co-parenting being a step (bonus) mom Connect With Darling Instagram Facebook Website Join The Conversation Relationships Woes Facebook Page Relationship Woes Instagram Listen to the show on all platforms https://gopod.me/relationshipwoesshow
19 minutes | Jul 16, 2019
Growing With The Flow With Danie
Hey, Friends, I am so excited to release my first solo episode of Season Two. My nerves kicked in so I viciously scramble to write down ALL the things. Solo casting is tough for me because I am overly critical of myself but I am championing through it. This episode is all about Growing With The Flow and what it looked like for me. Rebranding this show was a struggle because I prefer to give the light to others. It's nothing wrong with sharing their stories but the universe reminded me how powerful my story is as well. So I decided to kick this season off with my struggles and my strengths. Because I love to share how I got to this point I give you guys an overview of how to unapologetically grow with the flow. Flow is a steady, continuous stream of something. I had to let things happen to me and for me to get to this point: Growing with the flow meant grieving the loss of my grandmother Owning that I am powerful Stop making excuses for why I can’t do something Moving toward what I want as if it’s already mine Standing firm in my faith Flexing my intellect All of this plus more were the challenges that set me free. I am in a space of continuous growth and it’s uncomfortable AF but also exhilarating. There will be new people entering my life and there will be people leaving my life. I am accepting my season of growth as a blessing and not a curse. A shift in my mindset has allowed me to feel the confidence I’ve never felt before. I am so ready to allow you all into season two it was truly a labor of love. It will be phenomenal I am claiming it. This season you can expect some fire Weekly segments like (heard it all before + Woe Wednesday) More solo episodes sharing my thoughts + views on ALL things relationships Live episodes with my boo Rochelle (our This Shall Be Interesting Monthly Series) are still apart of the mix but with the opportunity to invite our listeners into the convo In-person events because I've put them off way too long Join The Conversation Relationships Woes Facebook Page Relationship Woes Instagram Listen to the show on all platforms https://gopod.me/relationshipwoesshow Don’t Forget To Drop A Review, I’d Love To Hear From You.
40 minutes | Jun 7, 2019
Best Of Season One
Ahhh Season One has been one hell of a ride, I've had amazing conversations, I've broken barriers within myself, I've learned and explored but most of all I have all of YOU. I am grateful to you all for the support and the shares it's been amazing. We have so much goodness in store for season two so continuing riding with us. In this episode I pulled gems from the following episodes: Divorce Was My Only Option With Jetuan Jones Finding Myself While Separated With Tynia Johnson Let's Talk About Self Love With Danie + Rose The Curious Case Of Online Friends With Tamara Angela I Left My Hair + My Husband In 2017 With Keisha Marie Anniversary Edition: WTF Did We Sign Up For? With Larry I hope you enjoyed season one we'll see you on the other side. Don't forget to subscribe and review.
62 minutes | May 22, 2019
Anniversary Edition: WTF Did We Sign Up For? (Ft Larry)
Today is a special episode because I finally got my husband to sit down with me. Believe it or not, it was on a whim so the audio isn't the best. I wasn't going to share it a first but we both agreed that we should. 5 years ago today, we said our I do's and made a commitment to be there for one another through the good and bad times. So far so good but it definitely wasn't easy. We went from saying I do to a few weeks later finding out that I was pregnant with our first child and only child (as a couple). We both came into the relationship with children well he came with more than me but you get the point. From blending our families to having a child with special needs, these last 5 years have taken us on the ride of our lives. We hope that you enjoy it and learn a little more about me and my husband. In this Episode we talk about: getting married getting pregnant shortly after being married mental illness and marriage the rollercoaster ride that the last 5 years has been for us Join The Conversation Relationships Woes Facebook Page Relationship Woes Instagram Listen to the show on all platforms Apple Podcasts Google Play Spotify Stitcher
48 minutes | May 16, 2019
I Left My Hair + My Husband In 2017 (Ft Keisha Marie)
I'm so excited because I got to sit down with Keisha Marie author of the piece "I left My Hair And My Husband in 2017" that sparked a greater curiosity for me into who she was and what she was about. Let's just say she's dope AF. Keisha Marie is a Denver based creative mompreneur and that creates content that showcases her world, anchored by motherhood and a journey to take better care of herself. She's also a co-founder of Black Creatives Weekend, an event and experience curation company created to empower, educate and connect underrepresented Creatives of color while amplifying the collective message of their work. In this episode, we talked about how to navigate life after such a huge transformation: separation in marriage navigating single motherhood healing past traumas and doing the work discovering yourself outside of the partnership To Learn More About Keisha Marie: Instagram: @keishamarieco /@blackcreativesweekend Facebook: Keisha Marie, Co. Twitter: @keishamarieco Join The Conversation Relationships Woes Facebook Page Relationship Woes Instagram Listen to the show on all platforms Apple Podcasts Google Play Spotify Stitcher
56 minutes | May 9, 2019
RWS x TSBI: Open To Love (Ft. Roseredd)
Every month, I will sit down with my girl Roseredd and chop it up on a LIVE show. Roseredd and I, began a show last summer called This Shall Be Interesting that we decided to make a monthly segment of the Relationship Woes Show. Get ready for a raw and candid experience between friends. This month we chose to focus on OPEN TO LOVE, I believe that it's our BEST episode to date. In this week's episode, we talked about being OPEN TO LOVE: navigating divorce while on a self-healing journey the healing process is a rollercoaster going beneath the surface forgiveness is for YOU and only YOU the power of sharing your story To watch the show live click this link To stay in the loop, join my mailing list
23 minutes | May 2, 2019
Conquering Depression with Danie
It’s Mental Health Awareness Month and although a share my personal struggles with depression often on social media. I wanted to share on the show some of my struggles and why I decided to go to therapy. Taking care of my mental health has eased many of my relationship woes. I am now able to acknowledge, accept, and honor myself and others who are on a journey to healing. Join The Conversation Relationships Woes Facebook Page Relationship Woes Instagram Listen to the show on all platforms Apple Podcasts Google Play Spotify Soundcloud
58 minutes | Apr 26, 2019
The Curious Case Of Online "Friends" Ft. Tamara Angela
I got to sit down my girl Tamara Angela and talk about online friends and the misconception of those relationships. It has become so easy to make connections with people via social media but where do we draw the line? Obsessed with Love and Hallmark Movies, lattes, and red lipstick, Tamara writes from a perspective on Love, relationships, and life that incorporates Divine Feminine and Masculine ideology. A Psychic Medium who unapologetically sprinkles faery dust, Love and Light, Tamara works to dispel the myths behind what Love truly means, how to maintain healthy relationships and to encourage women to find strength through their femininity. Originally from Baltimore, MD, Tamara spent twelve years working as a licensed clinical social worker in Atlanta and offers Psychic Readings and Intuitive Consulting for clients to help them live their best life. "Being a woman is one of the greatest gifts in the world. Giving love to others is the other." To Connect With Tamara IG @loveandfaerymagicTwitter @lovefaerymagicWebsitewww.lovelightlucid.comBlog www.lovelightlucidastrology.comShop www.shoploveluxe.com Join The Conversation Relationships Woes Facebook Page Relationship Woes Instagram Listen to the show on all platforms Apple Podcasts Google Play Spotify Soundcloud
45 minutes | Apr 18, 2019
Running A Biz With Bae ft. Danie Spikes
I sat down with my girl Danie Spikes to chop it up about being in business with your spouse. She spilled all the tea and then some. She seriously has me considering partnering with my spouse to make some magic. Danie is the BOMB.COM and she’s a force to be reckoned with because she knows her shit. Danie Spikes, is a professionally certified coach and a graduate of the University of Miami Coaching Program, with a background in Psychology and over 10,000 logged hours of professional coaching and speaking. As CEO of BeLoved, Inc. she uses her unique, direct and humorous approach to help bring others to healing. International and Domestic speaker, she uses her unique and humorous approach to relationships to ask the tough questions about our relationships with ourselves in addition to our relationships with each other. Recipient of prestigious awards including The 2017 Woman of the Year in Business Award and the 30 Under 30 Award from Legacy Magazine for her work with several non-for-profit agencies. Dani has been featured in countless publications including Black Enterprise, The Sun Sentinel, Miami Herald, South Florida Business Journal, The Miami New Times, The New Tropic, Young.Urban. Lifestyle Magazine, Lady Lux, WXRP Radio, Table Talk with Shiressa, Groove Theory, Groove Theory, The Foul Hundreds, Networked Film, The Ov Guide, Inside Jamari Fox, The Sassie Awards, and many more. In this episode, we talked about what it's like to run a business with your spouse: knowing your strengths respecting and honoring your partner's role thoughtful communication the transformation that happens through partnering with your spouse in biz To learn more about Danie Spikes Visit Her Website Join The Conversation Relationships Woes Facebook Page Relationship Woes Instagram
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