Sometimes It Feels Weird
Latrice Sampson Richards discusses the importance of being intentional about seeing the bright spots amongst all of the darkness that comes with being a Black women in America.
Not everything that is faced can be changed. But nothing can be changed until it is faced. - James Baldwin, I Am Not Your Negro
Ignorance is (Not) Bliss
So often we choose to remain ignorant to the reality of our thoughts, feeling, relationships, and experiences. But, just because you don’t acknowledge it, doesn’t mean it’s not true.
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Quarantining and Things
So, I'm 10 weeks into quarantine and my roots are completely over it! I need to try and find my scalp, and see what yall been up to.
How yall holding up?
Have you joined Trust Village yet? Facebook.com/groups/trustvillage
It’s funny how God will send you messages in the most unexpected ways! Empower Your Vision Masterclass sold out in 48 hours, the elevator at my job keep playing with me, and Google outchea working on my behalf.
Let’s chat about this and more!
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Back to School
I’m back in school for the first time in 10 years, and it’s wearing my ass out! But I’m happy to see that not much has changed. I’m taking things in stride; making connections, and following my purpose. Also, let’s talk about toxic family members...
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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.