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9 minutes | Jan 18, 2022
Body Gratitude Meditation
Meditations are a big part of Vulnerable City. Take some time today and acknowledge the amazing work that our bodies do everyday. Honoring your body is honoring the human experience that you are having. Enjoy and Welcome to Vulnerable City.
50 minutes | Jan 11, 2022
Understanding Implicit Bias
Implicit Bias is a condition that effects EVERYONE. Taking some time and recognize how your learned behaviors from upbringing, media consumption and community influence can negatively impact how you view others. This episode with Vulnerable City favorite, Dyna Tucker, takes listeners on an educational journey. Strap in and enjoy.
11 minutes | Dec 28, 2021
Meditations are a big part of Vulnerable City. As an end of the year treat, a meditation on self acceptance will help you enter a new chapter in your life with grace and love.
30 minutes | Dec 21, 2021
Self-Acceptance is the Catalyst
In this episode, KettyJoe discusses the power of accepting yourself and how that act can change EVERYTHING. No matter what you are accomplishing in this life, if you do not accept yourself, you'll always feel like you aren't doing enough. Enjoy the episode and tell us in the comments how self acceptance has changed you.
33 minutes | Dec 14, 2021
Anxiety is Stealing Your Joy
Welcome to Season 3!! The first episode of this season is a beautiful one and is features therapist, Deseray Wilson of @anxiousblackgirls_. Deseray offers clear and direct understanding of anxiety and how it steals so much from your life. The conversation looks at how anxiety operates within relationships, work and life. Enjoy the episode and Welcome to Vulnerable City.
55 minutes | Jul 29, 2021
A Wealth Of Wisdom
Welcome to another installment of 3 Wise Women. A segment dedicated to hearing the lived experiences of 3 women from 3 different ages, discuss the wisdom that life has given them. The words are poignant and powerful. Enjoy listening to Helen, Stacy and KettyJoe dish out delicious wisdom.
59 minutes | Jul 15, 2021
5 Steps to Being Care-Free
Living a full carefree life means facing all that you are. The good, the hurt, the joys and the difficult!! This episode highlights the journey of gorgeous Care Free Black Girl- Quanna the MC. Quanna and her organization CareFreeBlackGirl LLC is all about creating healthy spaces that empower black women and femmes. Quanna shares what she had to learn about herself in order for her to tap into her carefree side with ease.
71 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
The Message in Marriage
This episode is from the segment #ThisBlackMan, and it features Patrick Colvin and his journey to and through marriage. The conversation is honest about the realities of what marriage means to a man and in particular, what it means to #ThisBlackMan. Patrick's perspective is rich and necessary when it comes to discussing commitment and love. Strap in because the conversation takes some very interesting twists and turns.
58 minutes | May 14, 2021
The 3 Wise Women and their Life Lessons- Part 2
Part 2 of this episode is all about the wisdom accumulated in the lives of 3 women in their 30s, 40s and 50s. Carene John, Sonia Alleyne and KettyJoe come together and bare it all. From heartbreak, to career missteps, these three amazing women compile all of their wisdom and vulnerably share it with you. Grab a pen and paper and let the life lessons help you on your journey.
61 minutes | Apr 30, 2021
Facing Your Self- Sabotage
This episode puts a mirror up to your face and asks you to look at the areas in your life where self sabotage delays your progress. Claudia, a.k.a Claws Solange, is a poet, therapist, social justice activist and an overall amazing being. Claws brought this topic to KettyJoe and the rest is podcast history. I hope you enjoy the episode and start the process of healing your own self sabotage.
46 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
The 3 Wise Women and their Life Lessons- Part 1
Part 1 of this episode is all about the wisdom accumulated in the lives of 3 women in their 30s, 40s and 50s. Carene John, Sonia Alleyne and KettyJoe come together and bare it all. From heartbreak, to career missteps, these three amazing women compile all of their wisdom and vulnerably share it with you. Grab a pen and paper and let the life lessons help you on your journey.
57 minutes | Mar 5, 2021
Breaking Your Own Heart
This episode is all about the learned behaviors, expectations and patterns that lead to heartbreak in relationships and in life. KettyJoe sits down with Nelia Escobar from the Healing All Year podcast. The discussion gets deep very quickly and the two uncover all of the traits that has caused them to break their own hearts. I hope you enjoy!!!
60 minutes | Feb 19, 2021
Infidelity Meets Accountability
On another segment of #ThisBlackMan, KettyJoe dives deep into the topic of infidelity with rapper MC K-Swift. The episode holds nothing back when it comes to getting a Black Man's perspective on cheating in a monogamous relationship, polyamory, lying and taking accountability. This episode is eye opening and emotionally charged. Hope you enjoy!!
55 minutes | Jan 15, 2021
Coming Home To Your Body
This episode feels like a deep breath and a moment of meditation. Body Positivity yoga instructor, @phoenixsoulyoga, discusses with Ketty Joe what it means to treat your body like the safe home that it's supposed to be. Phoenix Soul discusses clothing optional yoga, listening to your body talk to you through ailments and facing your pain. It's a beautiful episode and I hope you enjoy.
31 minutes | Dec 18, 2020
HopeThisHelps Segment- My Father, The Beautiful Dreamer
The first episode for this segment features Denequa Williams-Clarke. Denequa takes listeners on a journey through her experience of losing her loving father. She discusses what helped her stay afloat and how this loss transformed her into the woman that she is today. Denequa is the CEO of @litbklyn -a luxury fragrance company, that has the most aromatic candles you will ever experience.
51 minutes | Dec 5, 2020
Healing From Money Trauma w/ Gianni Latange
Self proclaimed money muse, Gianni Latange, believes in sharing tips and strategies on how to manifest money, generational wealth, and financial freedom! This episode touches on everything you need to know to start your journey to a healthier relationship with money. Check her out @firstgenmoneymusings
60 minutes | Nov 13, 2020
ThisBlackMan Segment- A Bout With Bipolar Disorder
Wali White and his powerful podcast, The 730 Podcast, "takes listeners on a journey to understand how mental health conditions intersect with Black culture". His candor and vulnerability makes for engaging episodes that spark change for healing. As the first guest of the "ThisBlackMan" segment, Vulnerable City was honored to sit with Wali and discuss his own mental health journey. If you or a loved one is suffering from mental health concerns, please contact the free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service, SAMHSA’s National Helpline at 1800-662-4357.
64 minutes | Oct 28, 2020
Recognizing Maltreatment in Relationships w/ Dyna Tucker, LMFT
Welcome to Vulnerable City, Season 2!! We are so happy to have you! To start the season off, we were so lucky to catch up with VC favorite and relationship expert, Dyna Tucker. We discussed the subtle and overt signs of what it looks like when you are being mistreated in relationships. This episode covers everything from the signs of abuse, conditional love and how to implement self care when you are in a relationship. Enjoy!!
67 minutes | Nov 29, 2019
Vulnerable City Presents: Amma Asante
This special episode is all about award winning movie director, Amma Asante. Amma speaks to Ketty vulnerably about her art, her life and how she connects the past with what’s currently happening in our present. Grab a cup of tea, sit back and enjoy this amazing interview.
57 minutes | Nov 15, 2019
Mental Health in the U.K
Vulnerable City in the U.K!! We had the pleasure of going to the U.K and meeting some amazing people who were willing to be vulnerable!! This episode is all about the state of mental health in the United Kingdom. Ketty speaks with mental health nurse, Sophie Price from the Cambridge Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team. The CCRHTT is a part of the Cambridge and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust. Sophie shares her point of view of mental illness and mental health when it comes to the U.K and what can be done to help people feel more comfortable talking about it. For more information about the CCRHT, check out their website at www.cpft.nhs.uk and their twitter @CPFT_NHS
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