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Talk Back Tuesdays: The Black Woman's Plight

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This week we continue focusing on Black History Month and look at how The Black Woman has fared from slavery to present day. Our first week we examined The Willie Lynch Papers and how those methods still continue to plague our communities today. Last week we examined The Emasculation of The Black Man and all that it encompasses. 

One of the leading factors African American women seek counseling is relationship problems with men and women. Communication, intimacy, infidelity, and domestic violence are most common in sexual; while self-loathing, mistrust, and competition play out between women of color.

Women have gone through being dependent on the system for health, wellness, and welfare to a sense of independence through education and careers. Is it legitimate independence or is it the same behavior of divide and conquer? The black woman’s false sense of security continues the practice of looking at the black man as a failure and other black women as a threat and competition. 

The level of loneliness and distrust often leads black women to mental distress unworthy of trust, envy, jealousy,and feelings of unworthiness and inferiority.

Women and Men call in and let's talk about this and many issues that plagues our sisters from embracing our beauty and worth. Come Get on the COUCH!!!!!

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