Self-Care for Black Women: 150 Ways to Radically Accept & Prioritize Your Mind, Body, & Soul




Have you recently found yourself at the cusp of a mental breakdown or at the center of one?


Do you find yourself struggling to keep your emotions in check? Do you feel yourself crumbling under the weight of your "responsibilities" as a woman in the position of an employee, a partner, or just as a human trying to exist? If one or all of these questions are issues you can relate to, you are experiencing classic indications of emotional health neglect.

For centuries, black women have been groomed to neglect their emotional health. We are fed classic anecdotes like, "Be strong," "No pain, no gain," and so on. This has mentally conditioned us to regard emotions as soft distractions that somehow make us less of who we are. And this has led to the birth of a generation of women who are so broken and damaged that we believe the relationships we cultivate should function in two settings only; ride or die.

Well, no more of that. It is time to take total control of your life by changing the narrative to fit your version of events, and your first step on that journey is with this book, Emotional Self-Care for Black Women.

Our attitude towards our emotional health has kept us in the way of our success, causing us to doubt our potential, question our initiatives, and even self-sabotage our upward journey as we progress in various fields in life.