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Are you craving more podcasts by women of color but don’t know where to start? The RVL Wellness tribe has got you covered. There’s something inspiring and hopeful about tuning into a podcast curated by someone who shares some of your same lived experiences and who is intimately familiar with your perspective. There is something magical about someone who can actually understand where you are coming from. That kind of connection is unmatched.
As black women, we tend to take on many roles, resulting in us putting our love life last. We struggle with finding acceptance in our singlehood and may give up on ourselves. I’m here to tell you to release the agency over your love life and don’t give power to the false narrative that you are undesirable. I want to introduce to you, two women of color who will give that confidence and healing you need both as an individual and as a partner in a long, lasting relationship:
Meet Jennifer Mason, an author, businesswoman, and personal life coach that teaches women how to date confidently by breaking negative belief patterns and healing from deep within. On her podcast, I’m single, SO WHAT, she encourages all women, but specifically single women to Live, Learn, and Prepare to embrace real love. Whether you are a single woman or not, this podcast, helps you to refocus your mindset and bring clarity to being a bomb women or wife:
Tune in here: https://open.spotify.com/show/7jbh4cI9NLJ2P8IqHT9wOh
Amira Morris, also known as Maui, is an Author, Poet, Self-Love Enthusiast, and Creator of The Self Care and Chill podcast. Her weekly podcast gives raw advice to remind women not to settle in relationships:
Tune in here: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/maui-w
It’s the homegirl vibes for me on this podcast. Sis, are you ready for more information and ways on becoming your best self? If the answer is yes, tune in every Tuesday to The Black Girl Bravado. Here, I promise you will be guided to your own personal sense of awakening. These two young women create a space for Black women to be seen, heard, and understood. They transform the lives of Black women through sisterhood, healing, and collective growth. This podcast represents the wholeness of Black women all while creating a community to feel safe while listening to some bomb tips on how to nurture your inner child, healing through journaling, changing your mindset, and so much more!
Yasmine Cheyenne is a self-healing educator, author, speaker, and mental wellness advocate who helps people learn how to cultivate daily practice to build healthy, joyful lives. Her podcast series The Sugar Jar is for you if you enjoy storytelling and want a broad understanding on what collective healing looks like. She creates a safe space by sharing stories and conversations from folks worldwide on their healing journey.
If you need some good ol’ girl time, tune into The Women Evolve podcast lead by Sarah Jakes. She is a New York Times best selling author, businesswoman, and pastor. Her messages spread throughout the world withstanding cultural, religious, gender, and socio-economic boundaries. Women Evolve podcast is a network of sisterhood podcasts that hold space for authentic conversations. It allows us women to be vulnerable as we navigate real life experiences rooted in faith and mental wellness.
And last but certainly not least, we have to shoutout our good sis Cassandra Dunbar of The Be Well Sis podcast. As an award-winning wellness podcast host and community leader, she is dedicated to providing Black women with the resources they need to heal and thrive in all aspects of their lives . She understands the mission of self-care for Black women which is why her platform exists. You most definitely can fill your cup in this supportive space.
Tune in here: https://thebewellsis.com/podcast
Remember, that listening to a relatable, quality podcast is like having a conversation with a dear friend or getting valuable lessons from a mentor. Let’s take that first step to rewriting the narrative for black women and wellness. Grab a glass of wine and enjoy some me time with these hand picked podcasts for black women by black women.