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Therapy for Black Girls

iHeartPodcasts and Joy Harden Bradford, Ph.D.

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The Therapy for Black Girls podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible version of ourselves.
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Hey Group Chat! I know ya’ll see my text! There’s tea to be spilled. Each week we’re bringing you our unfiltered take on culture, news, dating and our lives as Black millennial women. We are coming to y'all with the honesty and eyerolls that only a text chain with your girls can. This is Black Girls Texting with Chelsea, Glynn and Sade.
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The Affirmations for Black Girls Podcast is a nurturing haven for women navigating the intricate tapestry of their emotions. Here, authenticity reigns supreme, offering a refuge for those grappling with experiences they may not be ready to voice elsewhere. Through heartfelt discussions on relationships, faith, careers, self-love, and personal development, AFBG guides listeners on a reflective journey, encouraging them to delve into their emotions and forge a path forward with resilience and ...
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Black women are negotiating the different stages of menopause along with their ever evolving identifies, relationships, careers, responsibilities and societal tropes. This is a curated intergenerational exchange, a space for exploration, mentorship, intimacy and vulnerability around life, identity and change. It’s the excavation of the things that you need to know, but were never told. It’s the guide we wish we all had access to no matter our age.
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Black Girls Love Reality Too

Black Girls Love Reality Too Podcast

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Hey Fam! Welcome to Black Girls Like Reality Too podcast where we are about real family keeping up real relationships. Jasmine, Sha, Marla, and Mandi are cousins, moms, and/or wives who love to spill the tea, bringing their real cousin chat to life. Join these beautiful Black queens as they discuss everything from reality tv shows, music/entertainment, fashion, and, most importantly family dynamics. Now let’s sit down, grab a drink, and get into the cousin chat
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No Tears For Black Girls

John Reedburg Media

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Delve into the forgotten stories of black women in true crime and missing persons cases that are often hidden by the media’s blind eye. Written and produced by acclaimed writer John Reedburg and hosted by Samantha Paul. Don’t miss a single episode—subscribe now to stay informed! New episodes drop every Thursday.
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Black Girls Heal

Shena Lashey

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Black Girls Heal helps women break out of cycles of unhealthy relationships with unavailable partners and feeling not enough by combining coaching, therapeutic support, and practical tools. Every episode, we will talk about intimacy, attachment, healing unresolved trauma, and growing in our self worth.
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Girl Stop Playin is a personal development podcast for black women with hard-hitting, edge-snatching advice that encourages you to stop playing with your potential and start working for what you want in life and in love! Each week, Best-Selling Author Koereyelle tackles tough topics such as marriage, motherhood, mental health, entrepreneurship, money, and mindset. The show features a mix of guest appearances, and solo shows with just Koe on the mic. This is your weekly dose of positivity, in ...
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The Black Girls Consult Too! podcast provides a business resource for women in consulting, especially women of color, to successfully navigate a hyper-masculine, highly competitive industry. It demystifies how to start and grow a thriving consulting business by simplifying the process and helping to avoid common pitfalls that can derail even the best ideas. Each episode is crafted to dive deep into consulting practice, business strategy, mindset, and more. For more information, visit www.exc ...
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2 Black Girls, 1 Rose

2 Black Girls, 1 Rose

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Why don’t reality dating shows look or feel like reality? Where are all the rose ceremonies and romantic getaways when dating IRL? Is popular TV teaching us anything about modern dating, relationships, and marriage? These are all topics discussed on 2 Black Girls, 1 Rose — a podcast uncovering what we can learn about modern dating, love, and relationships from popular television. Come ready to unpack, have a laugh, and commiserate with co-hosts and real-life BFFs Justine Kay and Natasha Scot ...
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Grieving Unapologetically: A Black Girl's Journey to Grieve Out Loud is a podcast that will captivate your heart, ignite your empathy, and inspire you to embrace the power of grieving out loud. Join us as we delve into the raw and unfiltered experiences of a Black woman's journey through grief. Our host, Kinyatta E. Gray, fearlessly shares her blogs, converted into podcast audio episodes, inviting you to witness the pain, resilience, and growth that comes from navigating loss in a world that ...
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Black Girls Talk Sports

Rekaya Gibson - Author, Writer, and Sports Enthusiast

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Black Girls Talk Sports, hosted by Rekaya Gibson, is a podcast where women of color discuss all things sports, including but not limited to amateur and professional football, basketball, and baseball.
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We live in a society that constantly discredits and undermines the struggles of young black girls and women, creating a lonely and isolating experience. I hope that by tuning into my podcast each week, the myths and misconceptions about women who look like me will finally come to a much needed end.
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Come join us as we strip away the taboo of talking about mental health and anxiety. Hear from mental health professionals, organizations and black women sharing their experiences as we break down the complexities and explore ways to heal and support each other. Tune in, stay for a while and heal. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/black-girls-have-anxiety-too/support
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The Black Girls Wine podcast celebrates the excellence of Black wine lovers by sharing their stories. Go behind the scenes every week with BGW founder Shayla Varnado as she talks with women and men who are operating in their own excellence and defining what it means to share that greatness with the world. #BlackGirlsWine #BlackFolksMagic
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Loud Black Girls

Loud Black Girls

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By society, Black girls are viewed as loud, obnoxious, and attitudinal. It’s time to break down stereotypes as we invite the world into the intricate lives of 4 Black girls. As we talk about controversial and problematic topics/issues from 4 different perspectives, we aim to give meaning to the derogatory term “loud black girls.”
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Black Girls Talk 2 Much is a weekly podcast featuring 4 dope black girls: Diamond Good, India Sage, Dre Vetti and Geneara! Each episode will dive into their opinions about what’s current in pop culture, social media, and their everyday lives as black millennial women. You never know what you might hear on this podcast. Tune in!
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Don’t get it twisted. There would be no black girl magic without the fire of angry black women! For all of our mothers and grandmothers and aunts and greats and great greats who couldn’t be angry black and magical! Let’s talk that talk! This is where politics, hip hop and woke culture meet! FB The Black Girls Soapbox IG @theblackgirlssoapbox Twitter @theblckgirlssoapbox
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A weekly podcast that brings you into our inner circle...as we discuss our perspectives on news, race, trending topics and much more. All the while, we’re still just a couple ’round the way girls working toward a corner office. For feature consideration email us: 3blackgirlspodcast@gmail.com
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the renaissance project: a black girls movement is an innovative, fresh space for voices to come alive and collaborate for a dialogue about the issues that affect our youth, and day to day issues. this is an intergenerational conversation, that will allow room for solutions, light, and love. This podcast is engineered by the youth for the youth.
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BOLD Black Girls

Aries Webb-Williams & Kim Tims

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BOLD Black Girls Podcast, is a Podcast by and for Black women, and those that support the equity, inclusion, and advancement of Black women. We will share our personal stories, "telling it like it is", all while (B)uilding a community of support, (O)rganizing safe spaces for courageous conversations, and promoting the (L)earning, and (D)evelopment of Black women. *Although this podcast is FOR Black women, ALL are encouraged to listen and learn.
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We’re going to be talking about anything and everything from sex , relationships, music, capitalism, life , the government and whatever the hell else we wanna talk about ! Keep an open mind and remember everyone that’s featured on this podcast is giving out OPINIONS not FACTS.
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Hosted by Black Girls with Purpose Founder, Brieanna Lightfoot Smith, the Black Girls with Purpose podcast shares weekly words of encouragement, advocates for community and speaks of the importance of accountability if you're committed to living purposefully. If you're looking for practical tips on living a life of significance you just found your new favorite podcast sis! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/blackgirlswithpurpose/support
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A Black Girls Journey

Evenie 'Evie' Poteau

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A podcast dedicated to highlighting the journeys of myself as an expat living in Bangkok, Thailand and black women around the world in the areas of business/entrepreneurship and travel in order to inspire and give black women the tools they need to take their journeys to the next level. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ablackgirlsjourney/support
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Did you know that most black women are unknowingly carrying the pain and struggle of their ancestors? That's what's at the root of most mommy issues: unaddressed trauma. Trauma and pain that possibly precedes your lifetime, and it's still making an impact on the legacy you'll leave. We can spend a lifetime blaming our moms for the ways they did us …
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On this episode, we remember the tragic loss of Rushiandra Cooper - a beautiful and talented Brooklyn woman whose life was cut short by a senseless act of violence in 1996. As we honor her memory, we also explore her passion for writing and music, her bright future that was taken away too soon, and the impact she had on those around her. Join us as…
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Welcome to our 6th iteration of the ⁠Black Girl's Guide to Surviving Menopause⁠ podcast: the Season of Orisii. Building on our international diasporic tour from last year, this season's theme is Orisii, or 'pairs' in the Afric language of Yoruba. We've invited different types of pairs to explore the through-line between menarche and menopause. You …
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Stay tuned towards the end if you love some workplace drama like we do! ***TRIGGER WARNING - Sexual abuse and Transphobia: 00:54:52 - 00:56:12 Love the show and want it AD FREE, with more BONUS CONTENT? Join the Rose Garden on Patreon. CONNECT WITH US: Instagram | Twitter | TikTok | Merch EMAIL: 2blackgirls1rose@gmail.com Follow Natasha's Substack …
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It's been a while, but the ladies are back to discuss "Love and Marriage: Huntsville," "Real Housewives of New Jersey," and the new lineup on "Real Housewives of Atlanta." Grab a drink and join the chat. https://www.youtube.com/@BlackGirlsLoveRealityToo https://www.instagram.com/bglrt_podcast/ https://twitter.com/BGLRT_PODCAST…
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****** Make sure you’re following your girls on IG @blackgirlstexting, and on Twitter @blackgirlstext1. As always, please rate, comment and subscribe to Black Girls Texting on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts, it’s really important to us as we continue to grow! And if you want to see our lovely faces and WATCH this episode…
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Are you feeling like you are about to burnout?! Maybe you just graduated or maybe you just got into a career field and just simply feel overwhelmed. Either way we all can work on keeping our lives balanced. In this episode, that's exactly what is discussed by your girls Alieshia and Surea. They share their experiences, stories, and tips on how they…
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It’s been a while since we had some time on the podcast to catch up on all things TV, Music, and Pop Culture and there is a lot to unpack. From the well-documented rap beef between Kendrick Lamar and Drake, to our queen Beyonce’s latest release of Cowboy Carter, not to mention the recent Met Gala, it was time to sit down and have another one of our…
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In this episode, I review the first 3 steps to heal from love avoidance and the issues that get in the way. Click here to download the free roadmap Ready to heal your Love Addiction & Love Avoidance? Click here to join our The Recovery School, my signature coaching program to help you become love balanced, love available, and fulfilled Can’t find a…
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In this episode, Tyra, dives deep into the powerful theme of "Choosing Happy." Drawing inspiration from her personal experiences, including her mother’s recent remarriage, she explores what it means to actively choose happiness in our everyday lives. Listen as Tyra shares practical steps on how to prioritize joy and make decisions that align with y…
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No one deserves to go through life's trials and tribulations alone—especially not someone you have ever called a friend. Together, we can make a profound difference in the lives of those who are grieving, offering comfort, companionship, and a reminder that they are not alone. If you don't know where to start to support a grieving friend, we're sha…
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Have you ever wondered why your booming consulting business isn't reflecting the same success on your bank statement? This episode is your wake-up call to pivot from mere revenue-focused pursuits to true profitability. We will dissect an essential shift that many overlook - the difference between money coming in and the wealth you retain. In this e…
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The women continued their conversation, discussing Vanderpump Rules and the latest news about Diddy. Grab a drink and join the chat. https://www.youtube.com/@BlackGirlsLoveRealityToo https://www.instagram.com/bglrt_podcast/ https://twitter.com/BGLRT_PODCASTDe către Black Girls Love Reality Too Podcast
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They left us in the CARRIAGE!! Love the show and want it AD FREE, with more BONUS CONTENT? Join the Rose Garden on Patreon. CONNECT WITH US: Instagram | Twitter | TikTok | Merch EMAIL: 2blackgirls1rose@gmail.com Follow Natasha's Substack The Nite Owl: theniteowl.substack.com Follow Justine for beauty content: @justlydiak Hosted on Acast. See acast.…
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In this episode, Sheri Riley breaks down her journey to becoming a wife, building a multi-million dollar consulting business and maintaining her sanity through it all. WACTH ON YOUTUBE Here are the 5 key takeaways from this episode: 1️⃣ Infidelity: The Root Cause: Discover why infidelity is not the same for everyone and how the causes can vary. Gai…
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If you love Film and TV history and Fashion Recaps, get ready for your favorite Bridgerton recap podcast. See you tomorrow for 3&4! Love the show and want it AD FREE, with more BONUS CONTENT? Join the Rose Garden on Patreon. CONNECT WITH US: Instagram | Twitter | TikTok | Merch EMAIL: 2blackgirls1rose@gmail.com Follow Natasha's Substack The Nite Ow…
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Nobody gets married thinking it will end in divorce, but sometimes it does. On this episode of Girl Stop Playin, Shanequa Dasher shares her story of getting married, becoming a mommy, finding herself divorced, and the moments in between. This conversation is real, raw, and full of inspiration for women in their season of singleness. Find out how sh…
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****** Make sure you’re following your girls on IG @blackgirlstexting, and on Twitter @blackgirlstext1. As always, please rate, comment and subscribe to Black Girls Texting on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts, it’s really important to us as we continue to grow! And if you want to see our lovely faces and WATCH this episode…
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We also chat about Summer House: Martha's Vineyard, the mess inside Miss USA, Jordan Rakei's new album, and the Golden Bachelorette announcement... -- This episode is sponsored by/brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/2BG1R and get on your way to being your best self. Love the show and want it AD FREE, with more …
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Father's Day is often filled with reminders of what's missing. The commercials showcasing happy families, the social media posts celebrating fathers, and the societal emphasis on togetherness can intensify feelings of isolation and grief. For those who have lost both parents, it can feel like an echo of the pain experienced on Mother's Day, compoun…
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In this episode, Tyra opens up about her recent hiatus from the podcast, discussing the challenges of balancing responsibilities and navigating creative blocks. She shares insights into the pressures of podcasting as a solo creator and reflects on the need for self-care and authenticity. This week’s Affirmation is “ I am allowing what is for me to …
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Time to wrap this up! At least the reunion was good! -- This episode is sponsored by/brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/2BG1R and get on your way to being your best self. Love the show and want it AD FREE, with more BONUS CONTENT? Join the Rose Garden on Patreon. CONNECT WITH US: Instagram | Twitter | TikTok |…
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Today we are talking to Patrice Washington. She is on a mission to Redefine Wealth because "she knows the truth. Wealth is not limited to money or material possessions. Its original meaning relates to well-being". -Patrice Tune in so you can tap into the mindset shift of what wealth really is! Watch the Full Episode Here: https://youtu.be/HTjR_WPsa…
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When I think about Black women’s humor, I think about the subtle glances we share when something ridiculous happens in public, the physicality of slapping each other on the back after a really good joke, or the ways in which you can always tell just how a girlfriend is feeling by looking at the expression on her face. Even when meeting a Black woma…
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We're talking Sex and the City S1 E4: Valley of the Twenty-Something Guys! -- This episode is sponsored by/brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/2BG1R and get on your way to being your best self. Love the show and want it AD FREE, with more BONUS CONTENT? Join the Rose Garden on Patreon. CONNECT WITH US: Instagra…
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In this episode, I talk about 4 examples of emotional abuse that may set us up to be vulnerable to love addicted and love avoidant relationships. Ready to heal your Love Addiction & Love Avoidance? Click here to join our The Recovery School, my signature coaching program to help you become love balanced, love available, and fulfilled Can’t find a p…
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The brutal slaying of young Josefina Catherine Cunningham has shaken the once-quiet town of Rensselaer, New York. As the trial date for Robert J. Fisher, the suspected killer, nears, her grief-stricken family demands answers and justice. In a candid interview with No Tears Black Girls, Josefina's brother Jy'Quan Stewart recounts the horrifying even…
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In this harrowing episode of No Tears For Black Girls, we delve into the brutal murders of 14-year-old Ana Matias and young mother Destini Smothers. In 2008, Ana was left in the care of a man who claimed to be her father, only to tragically lose her life. And in 2020, Destini lost her life at the hands of her common-law husband, Kareem Flake. As De…
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Sleep training may seem taboo but it's totally a cultural misconception. Whether you realize it or not, sleep is monumental when it comes to your child meeting major milestones. On this episode of Girl Stop Playin, you get to meet my personal sleep coach Jamesa Bailey who specializes in sleep training babies from 4 months to 4 years old. We're divi…
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Listen now! ****** Make sure you’re following your girls on IG @blackgirlstexting, and on Twitter @blackgirlstext1. As always, please rate, comment and subscribe to Black Girls Texting on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts, it’s really important to us as we continue to grow! And if you want to see our lovely faces and WATCH …
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For more on The Met Gala and Drake and Kendrick...head on over to Patreon! This episode is sponsored by/brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/2BG1R and get on your way to being your best self. Love the show and want it AD FREE, with more BONUS CONTENT? Join the Rose Garden on Patreon. CONNECT WITH US: Instagram |…
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As Mother's Day approaches, the ache of missing our mothers intensifies for many of us who have lost our mothers. It's a day filled with bittersweet memories, longing for their presence and grappling with the reality of their absence. Grieving Unapologetically is brought to you by The Heart of Miss Bee, Inc. a 501(c)(3) organization that exists to …
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There’s a stark contrast between the number of new businesses launched by women of color in consulting and those that flourish into maturity. As women of color, we confront systemic barriers and cultural and economic pressures that make our journeys more challenging. However, there are tools and resources that we can use to our advantage to adapt, …
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