With the expansion of the feminism movement, we are seeing more and more women reject the idea of submitting to anyone, and taking special offense to being expected to submit to a man, married or not. While I am all about girl power and the necessity for women, specifically Black women, to have a voice in any relationship they participate in, I also understand how submission plays a role in healthy romantic relationships. Because the term submit has been inappropriately used as a tool for control and evil by some members of the church for so long, we don’t really have the information we need to be ok with being submissive to our spouses and actually have an aversion to the idea of it in general. So, today, I am talking about what it really means to submit in a healthy relationship.
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Latrice Sampson Richards is a Mental & Emotional Wellness Creative, Licensed Professional Counselor, and Certified Life-Enhancement Coach. She teaches Black women the skills we need in order to heal and manifest.
Pour up a glass of wine and snuggle in to your favorite spot for a weekly girl talk about Black women, our healing, and manifestation. Unicorns Talk Podcast is for life-livers, life-lovers, and life-enhancers. Join host, Latrice Sampson Richards, a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Life Coach, as we inspire each other with our stories, get real about our struggles, and learn the skills we need to move our lives forward.