Affirmations for Black Girls

Tyra The Creative

The Affirmations for Black Girls Podcast creates a safe space for women who may be suppressing their feelings. It’s a space where they can be open with themselves. Providing emotional support and encouragement to Black girls that have encountered things they don’t yet feel comfortable sharing with friends, family, or the world. AFBG discusses all things relationships, faith, careers, self love and personal development, whilst helping others to reflect on their own life’s journey and think about how they’re feeling in order to move forward in a healthy manner.

REWIND: Finding Ways to Set Healthy Boundaries & Honor your Personal Space. Identifying Warning Signs & Learning How a Lack of Healthy Boundaries can Land You in Uncomfortable Situations.
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REWIND: Finding Ways to Set Healthy Boundaries & Honor your Personal Space. Identifying Warning Signs & Learning How a Lack of Healthy Boundaries can Land You in Uncomfortable Situations.
Subscribe to the Pod! Space is something taught to us as a child. Physical Personal Space that is. But what about setting healthy boundaries for your Mental Personal Space, or Spiritual Personal Space, or Emotional Personal Space? In today’s episode, Tyra is opening up about her childhood and how a lack of knowledge of personal space and healthy boundaries has landed her in some very uncomfortable situations. It's time to realize that it is okay to take up space and taking up space is a great thing! If you are having trouble setting boundaries, or if you have no clue if you’re doing it right, this episode is a MUST LISTEN! This week’s Affirmations are “I am allowed to take up space & I am allowed to say “no” to others and “yes” to myself” ORDER THE BREAKUP CARDS HERE  Meditation is a great way to heal. I’ve been using an app called Calm and I think you’d like it, too. Check it out: takes some time to explain signs of Unhealthy Boundaries. She has a 10 item checklist, and gives you practical steps and examples for Healthy Boundary setting! Take a listen! The Biggest Takeaways from Today’s Episode on Healthy Boundaries and Personal Space There are 4 types of Boundaries PersonalMentalEmotionalSpiritual Ways to Set Healthy Boundaries Access ResentmentPractice Baby “No’s”Let Go of the guiltSet Bookends Recommended resources Self Care Is For Everyone’s Boundary Door Hanger Fill in the Blank Boundary Setting Statement “I feel __(emotion)__ when you _(action)____. If you keep doing that, ____(consequence/how you will change)__________. COMMUNITY CONNECTION FORM: Up for our Newsletter! Shop the AFBG Merch!  Ask a Question Send me a message: affirmationsforblackgirls@gmail.com Our P.O Box: TYRA MORRISON P.O. BOX 674 NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA 91603 Please Rate, Review, and Subscribe to the podcast to always hear the latest affirmations from your favorite Black Girl! Follow Us on Instagram: Affirmations for Black Girls Insta Follow Us on Twitter: Affirmations for Black Girls Twitter --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
Childhood Trauma Series Pt 4 - Learning To Celebrate Yourself Fearlessly After Trauma. Birthday Blues Trigger Responses & How To Recognize Them & Exploring Ways to Cope With Birthday Depression.
Sep 18 2022
Childhood Trauma Series Pt 4 - Learning To Celebrate Yourself Fearlessly After Trauma. Birthday Blues Trigger Responses & How To Recognize Them & Exploring Ways to Cope With Birthday Depression.
Subscribe to the Pod! this episode of the Childhood Trauma Series, Tyra shares her personal experience with her childhood trauma trigger responses in the last month. We dive into something called Birthday Blues, that is experienced by more people than you think. We dive into why Tyra took an unaccounted break and what birthday blues is, how it affected Tyra, and ways to cope. Follow along as we talk more in-depth about this topic in future episodes! This week’s Affirmation is: “I release all doubts and insecurities about who I am.” Meditation is a great way to heal. I’ve been using an app called Calm and I think you’d like it, too. Check it out: more about this topic in these articles we used for this episode: THE MENU: Use my code “T8ZHT” you get $10 off your first month! COMMUNITY CONNECTION FORM: Up for our Newsletter! Shop the AFBG Merch!  Ask a Question Send me a message: affirmationsforblackgirls@gmail.com Our P.O Box: TYRA MORRISON P.O. BOX 674 NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA 91603 Please Rate, Review, and Subscribe to the podcast to always hear the latest affirmations from your favorite Black Girl! Follow Us on Instagram: Affirmations for Black Girls Insta Follow Us on Twitter: Affirmations for Black Girls Twitter --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
Childhood Trauma Series Pt 2 - What Childhood Trauma looks like as a Black Woman, Trauma in our Communities, and How Childhood & Intergenerational Trauma Impacts our Lives
Aug 14 2022
Childhood Trauma Series Pt 2 - What Childhood Trauma looks like as a Black Woman, Trauma in our Communities, and How Childhood & Intergenerational Trauma Impacts our Lives
Subscribe to the Pod! Black women, we can come together to help each other heal from the trauma of our childhoods. I hope this episode helped you. Please share the podcast and this episode with a friend who may benefit from listening! Today’s episode is a follow-up to the last episode, and the second in our Childhood Trauma Series. If you haven’t already, listen to episode one for an overview of what childhood trauma is, my story, and ways we can heal. In this episode, Tyra discusses how trauma impacts the Black community specifically, as well as her experience with trauma as a Black girl. Follow along as we talk more in-depth about this topic in future episodes! This week’s Affirmation is: “My childhood trauma was NOT my fault.” Meditation is a great way to heal. I’ve been using an app called Calm and I think you’d like it, too. Check it out: more about this topic in these articles we used for this episode: Childhood Trauma in Black CommunityIntergenerational Trauma In Black CommunitiesToxic Stress Break Up Cards $30 off your first Affirm Purchase! CONNECTION FORM: Up for our Newsletter! Shop the AFBG Merch!  Send me a message: affirmationsforblackgirls@gmail.com Our P.O Box: TYRA MORRISON P.O. BOX 674 NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA 91603 Please Rate, Review, and Subscribe to the podcast to always hear the latest affirmations from your favorite Black Girl! Follow Us on Instagram: Affirmations for Black Girls Insta Follow Us on Twitter: Affirmations for Black Girls Twitter --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
Childhood Trauma Series Pt 1 - What is Childhood Trauma? Do I Have Unresolved Trauma? How Do I Heal From Past Trauma? Getting In Touch With My Inner Child.
Aug 7 2022
Childhood Trauma Series Pt 1 - What is Childhood Trauma? Do I Have Unresolved Trauma? How Do I Heal From Past Trauma? Getting In Touch With My Inner Child.
Subscribe to the Pod! can’t be afraid to talk about the things that are difficult. Healing takes time, and it requires us to be vulnerable. Sometimes that means diving into experiences that are not easy to relive or to talk about with others. We can keep our inner child safe, by standing up for her in this moment, and talking about what she went through. Today’s episode is the first in a new series on Childhood Trauma. Tyra discusses what childhood trauma is, her own experience with it, and how we can learn to heal. This series will be difficult at times, but it is so important and so worth talking about. Follow along as we talk more in-depth about this topic in future episodes! This week’s Affirmation is: “I keep my inner-child safe by showing myself kindness, compassion and patience.” Meditation is a great way to heal. I’ve been using an app called Calm and I think you’d like it, too. Check it out: AFFIRM: I’m giving you $30 towards your first purchase. Use my code! You have until sept 5, 2022 to use! OPOPOP: Get $10 off your first Opopop order!   COMMUNITY CONNECTION FORM: Up for our Newsletter! Shop the AFBG Merch!  Send me a message: affirmationsforblackgirls@gmail.com Our P.O Box: TYRA MORRISON P.O. BOX 674 NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA 91603 Please Rate, Review, and Subscribe to the podcast to always hear the latest affirmations from your favorite Black Girl! Follow Us on Instagram: Affirmations for Black Girls Insta  Follow Us on Twitter: Affirmations for Black Girls Twitter  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
REWIND: Finding Comfort In Discomfort, Accepting Change, Killing Our Comfort Zones, Changing Our Mindset About Change, and Seeking Solace in "Newness"
Jul 31 2022
REWIND: Finding Comfort In Discomfort, Accepting Change, Killing Our Comfort Zones, Changing Our Mindset About Change, and Seeking Solace in "Newness"
Subscribe to the Pod! Trial for the Calm App: a Chase Freedom Credit Card: me come right out and say it, most of my life I have HATED change. Yes, hate is a strong word, but I resisted change and uncomfortable situations so much that it felt like the “right” thing to do… I slowly began to realize, accepting change and finding comfort in uncomfortable situations was the key to growth. In today’s episode, Tyra is taking a deep dive into discomfort and Comfort Zones. Because as Billy Alsbrooks said, Your comfort zone is where dreams go to die. Life begins on the other end of your comfort zone, and if you truly want to live life.. We have to lay our comfort zone to rest. Yea sure, life happens, things happen, and we have to learn how to roll with the punches. Even though that's a bit cliche. It's 1000% true. This week’s Affirmation is “ I am at peace even when life gets crazy." Tyra takes some time to explain ways you can learn to master discomfort and truly start living without being a slave to the unknown world of being uncomfortable. Take a listen! The Biggest Takeaways from Today’s Episode on Mastering Discomfort: START! .. whatever it is.Don’t quit even when it gets tough.Continue to push past your comfort zone.Embrace the “suckiness”Surround yourself with like minded peopleCelebrate your small successes and progress! Recommended resources Check out Billy Alsbrooks on Youtube or Apple Music! COMMUNITY CONNECTION FORM: Up for our Newsletter! Shop the AFBG Merch!  Send me a message: affirmationsforblackgirls@gmail.com Our P.O Box: TYRA MORRISON P.O. BOX 674 NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA 91603 Please Rate, Review, and Subscribe to the podcast to always hear the latest affirmations from your favorite Black Girl! Follow Us on Instagram: Affirmations for Black Girls Insta Follow Us on Twitter: Affirmations for Black Girls Twitter  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
REWIND: Finding Consistency in a Schedule: The Downside to 'Going with The Flow', Learning To Respect Your Time & Normalize Scheduling Time to Talk with Family and Friends
Jul 10 2022
REWIND: Finding Consistency in a Schedule: The Downside to 'Going with The Flow', Learning To Respect Your Time & Normalize Scheduling Time to Talk with Family and Friends
Let's take it back to the very first episode of the podcast! Where Tyra shares her relationship with Scheduling and Time! Let's just say, this episode is timeless.. pun intended! 😅 -------------- Have you ever felt like you were a slave to your time? Too extreme? Okay.. fair.. Well, have you ever felt like you didn’t have enough time to do everything you either wanted to do or do the things people asked of you? We have all been there! In today’s episode, Tyra is taking a deep dive into Respecting our own time and taking the power back into our own hands when it comes to scheduling our days! Its time to normalize scheduling time to talk with friends and family and they get to RESPECT your time and boundaries you've set around your time. The days of just “going with the flow” are over when it comes to your time. This week’s Affirmation is “My Time is my Energy & My energy is more Valuable than Gold.” Tyra takes some time to explain why you should treat your energy as gold and drops some gems on exactly HOW you can start doing this! Take a listen! The Biggest Take Aways from Today’s Episode: Be proactiveSet gaps in your scheduleUse a calendar scheduling appBe the first to reach outShow friends and family how you’d like your time to be treated by doing the same with their timePut your phone on do not disturb during working hoursHave your “Statement” ready. On why you cannot talk, if the person is persistent.Set priorities.Be Flexible. Resources Check out Calendly! Please Rate, Review, and Subscribe to the podcast to always hear the latest affirmations from your favorite Black Girl! Follow Us on Instagram: Affirmations For Black Girls --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
Healing from Romantic Break Ups, Reflecting on Past Relationships, Celebrating New Chapters, and Taking Inventory of How Our Past Relationships Affect Us
May 29 2022
Healing from Romantic Break Ups, Reflecting on Past Relationships, Celebrating New Chapters, and Taking Inventory of How Our Past Relationships Affect Us
Subscribe to the Pod! happen. And, they are important! They teach us about ourselves. They show us what we want and what we don’t want. They allow us to move away from what is NOT for us, and closer to what IS. They even show us the parts of ourselves we need to break up with. Today, Tyra plays the game “We’re Not Really Strangers, Break Up Edition” So, grab a journal and pen and write down these refectory questions and answer them along with her! Here are today’s questions: What has helped you heal from a heartbreak in the past? Besides time and meeting someone new?What advice would you give a friend or loved one going through a similar situation as you?What validation are you seeking from a partner? How can you give it to yourself?Do you have a limiting belief about love? Where do you think it stems from? How can you challenge this belief?What did your last relationship make you appreciate about yourself? This week’s Affirmation is “I am worthy of love from myself and others.” We’re Not Really Strangers Break Up Edition: BUY ON AMAZON Foundational Relationships Youtube Video: CONNECTION FORM: Up for our Newsletter! Shop the AFBG Merch!  Send me a message: affirmationsforblackgirls@gmail.com Our P.O Box: TYRA MORRISON P.O. BOX 674 NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA 91603 Please Rate, Review, and Subscribe to the podcast to always hear the latest affirmations from your favorite Black Girl! Follow Us on Instagram: Affirmations for Black Girls Insta Follow Us on Twitter: Affirmations for Black Girls Twitter  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.