Season One

EPISODE 3

Protecting Black Women and Men Part II

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Episodes 2 and 3 feature a two-part solution focused discussion about the assertion that Black women and men are failing to protect one another and outlines strategies to address the traumas and barriers contributing to conflicts.

In Part II, host Charlene Ketchum is joined by guests Latisha, Sonya, Arlando, and George to discuss four key areas individuals can focus on for the healing required for healthy relationships. These four key areas include:

  • Family traditions/breaking generational curses
  • Vulnerability
  • Accountability
  • Self-assessment to identify trauma and baggage

Episodes 2 and 3, intended for mature audiences, feature many head nod, smdh, and laugh until tears fall from your eyes moments. This entertaining and enlightening discussion will arm you with insights to help you create a healthier foundation for the relationships you desire.

 

CONTENT WARNINGS 

Episodes 2 and 3 contain language that may be offensive to some audiences and include discussions about sexual activity, domestic violence, drug addiction, and mental illness. Episodes 2 and 3 are for mature audiences.

 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Solution driven discussion with action items focused on improving the choices we make.
  • Focusing on four key areas:
    • Family traditions/breaking generational curses
    • Vulnerability
    • Accountability
    • Self-assessment to identify demons and baggage in order to heal
  • We have an obligation to hold our peers accountable and encourage them to do honest self-assessments so that they own their responsibility for the decisions they make.
  • We can protect others by empowering them with information and sharing our experiences in addition to reminding them of their individual power to make healthy choices that are in their best interests.
  • We must make it safe for our partners to share their emotions (vulnerability).
  • Must master self-love before trying to commit to loving someone else.

 

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