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why men don't lead
the mother-son emotional wound
On this new 36 min interactive talk why men don’t lead, I share a generational pain that is plaguing Black men right now… the mother-son emotional wound.
Black men are struggling with leading emotionally and from the heart in our communities and families because we’re afraid to let the sword and shield down.
We’ve forgotten how to soften in a healthy way because of the lack of emotionally present fathers.
We’ve also forgotten our role as the protector of the village and vulnerable - women and children.
These times are inviting not only a return of the healthy masculine but also a return of the healthy father archetype.
In this journey, we , as men, must get real about the ways in which our own mothers were not emotionally present for us. I get vulnerable about this in the talk and also share ways to heal that wound.
When we heal our relationship to our mothers, we heal the feminine wound within us and reclaim our masculinity.
We become more confident and can RECEIVE the love that is already around us in a deeper way fueling our creativity purpose .
Since I know most of the village is Black women, I also offer a fresh perspective in what is needed for Black boys/men to have healthy psychological and emotional development.
Whether your seeking partnership, desiring to better understand the psychology of your Black male partner, or are a Black mother, I believe this will support your healing journey as well.
OPEN BLACK LOVE HEALING CALL, SUN OCT 29, 7PM EST
TODAY at 7PM EST, I will be holding space for THE VILLAGE! for 60 minutes over Zoom. This is an OPEN BLACK LOVE HEALING CALL where I will slow us down, share some wisdom on build intimacy with ourselves and our future/current partners, and there will be space for questions/shares. This is free and this space is for cisgender heterosexual Black women and men only who are single or in a relationship already. You are welcome to have your partner on the call with you. I will be accepting donations($20 recommended) at Paypal Venmo and Cashapp.