Deidre C. and J. Nicole are excited to host a space for women to cultivate their queendom. Tune in get to know the duo and a little more about what to expect from this brand new podcast!
We are so privileged to have 4 mamas share their breastfeeding stories. It is the last day of Black Breastfeeding Week and we are still celebrating!
Hi QT’s! Thanks for joining us this week as we Celebrate Black Breastfeeding Week (BBW). Black women have been successfully breastfeeding since the beginning of time. But do to historical injustice, decreased access to medical care, and other social and economic factors black women now have the lowest breastfeeding rates in the United States.
Join us as we discuss the importance of community.
In light of the recent tragic events: the murder of Nia Wilson, we were compelled to forgo our previously recorded episode! We decided to host and IG live and discuss our feelings, how to heal and how to move forward.
We are back after a little summer break! Tune into hear what we’ve been up to during our time off.
We are at the end of the first season! It's so hard to believe. Listen in with us to see how we tackle non-negotiable tenants that help to build a thriving life. We will be taking a break until July. Stay connected on social media to get the most up to date information about our return!
Anybody need a Relationship Doctor? After recording the gripping three-part series on Emotional Abuse, The Queen Team gets back to basics and uncovers what a healthy relationship should actually look like with special guest, Marriage and Family Therapist in doctoral candidate, Sandra Banjoko. Sandra shares that the key to any healthy relationship is respect… add a little bit of accountability, support, and honesty and you’re golden. If that sounds good, then you’ll love this episode!
This is the conclusion of the 3 part series on experiencing and healing from emotional abuse. We have a few listeners that shared from their own lives. J. Nicole shares an article that transformed her perspective and other practices that helped her moved towards healing.
This is part two in a three part series about experiencing and healing from emotional abuse. J. Nicole continues to share her story and how began the journey towards recovery from being in an emotionally abusive relationship.
Our show today is very reminiscent of Tamia's song, "There's a Stranger In My House." Today's guest, our very own J. Nicole, shares her story of being in a relationship that seemed perfect and amazing at the onset, yet ended up being emotionally abused by her husband who turned into a stranger.