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Some of the most transformational moments in my life were through conversations that were honest, raw, and real and wanted everyone to have these moments exceptional growth and freedom in life. These conversations were inclusive of my faith, my femininity, culture, nothing is off limits- This what Good Girl Radio is about - its a space to address some of the deepest, raw thoughts of the woman. It’s unapologetic talk about who we are….

Latest Episodes

Black Parenting and Discipline

This week we're taking DEEP dive into the world of parenting. Parenting can be one the most rewarding and challenging jobs known to man. And this week, our conversation with Yolanda Williams, Certified Positive Discipline and Host of the podcast Parenting Decolonized releasing on October 23rd, addresses many of discipline practices with black parenting that are doing more harm than good.

43 MIN4 d ago
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Black Parenting and Discipline

Black Men Struggle With Depression Too

Every week we speak with a person who has a confession that highlights the messy part of figuring life out. Some confessions deal with taboo topics or illustrate the complexity of a single human experience. This week we chatted with Kenneth Hampton, a father, husband, a man a of faith who struggled with depression.

35 MIN1 w ago
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Black Men Struggle With Depression Too

Our Problem with the Existence of Women in Fat Bodies

Fat people exist in our society. I have fat friends, family, loved-ones and coworkers.According to this week's guest, fat is descriptor. It is not an insult.This is what our conversation is about.Fluffy, curvy, or thick are words that have been used to placate the word fat.Listen as I chat, with Candice Fortman, Chief Operations and Engagement of Outlier Media, about our society's exhausting relationship with fat on women.

39 MIN2 w ago
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Our Problem with the Existence of Women in Fat Bodies

Five Things I Learned From the Hot Girl Summer

Many of us took hold of the Hot Girl Summer proclamation by Meg thee Stallion and ran with it...to our boat parties, rendezvous with the new boo (or 2), even declaring and living by the hook up lifestyle. And now that the season is changing and summer is officially over, the ripple effects of our hot girl summer lifestyle decisions are settling in and the high is wearing off. Sings Soul II Soul ***back to life, back to reality*** So as we always do here on the Good Girl Podcast, I am sharing some valuable lessons (and confessions) I learned from the "Hot Girl Summer."

32 MIN3 w ago
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Five Things I Learned From the Hot Girl Summer

Ya'll, this is THAT conversation! We didn't even get to the confession!

Ya'll, this is that conversation! This week we had one of those conversations when you are yelling "Girl!" for a whole 60 seconds because you absolutely can not believe what you are hearing and what is transpiring. This is that conversation, the one that transcends a moment and touches your spirit! A conversation where you had expectations, a plan, and where excited about the result but God had other plans. Listen as celebrity hair stylist, Nikki Barnes, who's first celebrity client was Chris Brown and has been in the company of the likes of Oprah, Keri Hilson, & Tisha Campbell, begins to share her confession but the conversation takes a turn...

36 MINJUN 19
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Ya'll, this is THAT conversation! We didn't even get to the confession!

The Student Loan Doctor: Entrepreneurship saved my life

Often times when we hear about entrepreneurship, we only hear about the stories of triumph over impossible odds or the daily challenges to become a formidable leader. But this week we speak with Sonia Lewis, the Student Loan Doctor, who credits her entrepreneurial journey to literally saving her life. During the chat she shares there was a point in her life where she consistently slept for 2-3 hours a night. Listen as she shares how becoming the first woman and African American to own a student loan debt repayment company allowed her flourish with her medical condition.

34 MINJUN 12
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The Student Loan Doctor: Entrepreneurship saved my life

The implications of the word “hoe” on women

Historically, the bondage and freedom of women's sexuality has hinged on a culture that was designed to solely benefit the desires and whims of men. One of the by-products of this culture was the lack of exploration of women's preference, pleasure, and freedom when it comes to sex. This week in our confession session we take on a small slice of the patriarchal pie by examining the use and implications of the word “hoe” on women - whether the word should be eradicated or the negative connotation challenged.

49 MINJUN 6
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The implications of the word “hoe” on women

The Politics of Black Girl Magic

The hashtag #BlackGirlMagic has created a culture on and off social media of a steady yet strong celebration of black women being amazing and doing amazing things from creating culture shifting content to inserting their intellectual prowess. Black Girl Magic is something every woman is aspiring to be or is she? After being a part of a panel discussion with about 20 black and brown girls in an urban school district in Lansing, MI, myself and another panelist discover that there were adverse affects of the Black Girl Magic movement. Listen up as we have a confession session about the politics of Black Girl Magic movements for both teen girls and grown women.

38 MINMAY 30
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The Politics of Black Girl Magic

Ya'll, atheism isn't the problem.

In an ideal world, the relationship between a believer and a non-believer can be simple. As simple as, I respect your beliefs and you respect mine. But we know life is never everthat simple. In today's podcast we take a deep dive into a strained relationship between a religious mother and an atheist daughter. Our conversation winds down the road of religiosity, the role of a believer, and the two choices both the daughter and mother must face.

53 MINMAY 15
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Ya'll, atheism isn't the problem.

#ConfessionSession: "Everyone needs therapy"

Every person on this planet will experience trauma in their lives whether it's navigating the loss of loved one, heart break, or a sudden unexpected shift in their environment. We will all come face to face with a new normal which will require a processing of emotions. But the reality is the American culture tends to be more reactive rather than proactive with our life changes. So during this mental health awareness month, contributor & licensed mental health therapist Danielle Moore breaks it all the way down why we need a therapist at every stage in our lives.

51 MINMAY 9
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#ConfessionSession: "Everyone needs therapy"

Latest Episodes

Black Parenting and Discipline

This week we're taking DEEP dive into the world of parenting. Parenting can be one the most rewarding and challenging jobs known to man. And this week, our conversation with Yolanda Williams, Certified Positive Discipline and Host of the podcast Parenting Decolonized releasing on October 23rd, addresses many of discipline practices with black parenting that are doing more harm than good.

43 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Black Parenting and Discipline

Black Men Struggle With Depression Too

Every week we speak with a person who has a confession that highlights the messy part of figuring life out. Some confessions deal with taboo topics or illustrate the complexity of a single human experience. This week we chatted with Kenneth Hampton, a father, husband, a man a of faith who struggled with depression.

35 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Black Men Struggle With Depression Too

Our Problem with the Existence of Women in Fat Bodies

Fat people exist in our society. I have fat friends, family, loved-ones and coworkers.According to this week's guest, fat is descriptor. It is not an insult.This is what our conversation is about.Fluffy, curvy, or thick are words that have been used to placate the word fat.Listen as I chat, with Candice Fortman, Chief Operations and Engagement of Outlier Media, about our society's exhausting relationship with fat on women.

39 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Our Problem with the Existence of Women in Fat Bodies

Five Things I Learned From the Hot Girl Summer

Many of us took hold of the Hot Girl Summer proclamation by Meg thee Stallion and ran with it...to our boat parties, rendezvous with the new boo (or 2), even declaring and living by the hook up lifestyle. And now that the season is changing and summer is officially over, the ripple effects of our hot girl summer lifestyle decisions are settling in and the high is wearing off. Sings Soul II Soul ***back to life, back to reality*** So as we always do here on the Good Girl Podcast, I am sharing some valuable lessons (and confessions) I learned from the "Hot Girl Summer."

32 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Five Things I Learned From the Hot Girl Summer

Ya'll, this is THAT conversation! We didn't even get to the confession!

Ya'll, this is that conversation! This week we had one of those conversations when you are yelling "Girl!" for a whole 60 seconds because you absolutely can not believe what you are hearing and what is transpiring. This is that conversation, the one that transcends a moment and touches your spirit! A conversation where you had expectations, a plan, and where excited about the result but God had other plans. Listen as celebrity hair stylist, Nikki Barnes, who's first celebrity client was Chris Brown and has been in the company of the likes of Oprah, Keri Hilson, & Tisha Campbell, begins to share her confession but the conversation takes a turn...

36 MINJUN 19
Comments
Ya'll, this is THAT conversation! We didn't even get to the confession!

The Student Loan Doctor: Entrepreneurship saved my life

Often times when we hear about entrepreneurship, we only hear about the stories of triumph over impossible odds or the daily challenges to become a formidable leader. But this week we speak with Sonia Lewis, the Student Loan Doctor, who credits her entrepreneurial journey to literally saving her life. During the chat she shares there was a point in her life where she consistently slept for 2-3 hours a night. Listen as she shares how becoming the first woman and African American to own a student loan debt repayment company allowed her flourish with her medical condition.

34 MINJUN 12
Comments
The Student Loan Doctor: Entrepreneurship saved my life

The implications of the word “hoe” on women

Historically, the bondage and freedom of women's sexuality has hinged on a culture that was designed to solely benefit the desires and whims of men. One of the by-products of this culture was the lack of exploration of women's preference, pleasure, and freedom when it comes to sex. This week in our confession session we take on a small slice of the patriarchal pie by examining the use and implications of the word “hoe” on women - whether the word should be eradicated or the negative connotation challenged.

49 MINJUN 6
Comments
The implications of the word “hoe” on women

The Politics of Black Girl Magic

The hashtag #BlackGirlMagic has created a culture on and off social media of a steady yet strong celebration of black women being amazing and doing amazing things from creating culture shifting content to inserting their intellectual prowess. Black Girl Magic is something every woman is aspiring to be or is she? After being a part of a panel discussion with about 20 black and brown girls in an urban school district in Lansing, MI, myself and another panelist discover that there were adverse affects of the Black Girl Magic movement. Listen up as we have a confession session about the politics of Black Girl Magic movements for both teen girls and grown women.

38 MINMAY 30
Comments
The Politics of Black Girl Magic

Ya'll, atheism isn't the problem.

In an ideal world, the relationship between a believer and a non-believer can be simple. As simple as, I respect your beliefs and you respect mine. But we know life is never everthat simple. In today's podcast we take a deep dive into a strained relationship between a religious mother and an atheist daughter. Our conversation winds down the road of religiosity, the role of a believer, and the two choices both the daughter and mother must face.

53 MINMAY 15
Comments
Ya'll, atheism isn't the problem.

#ConfessionSession: "Everyone needs therapy"

Every person on this planet will experience trauma in their lives whether it's navigating the loss of loved one, heart break, or a sudden unexpected shift in their environment. We will all come face to face with a new normal which will require a processing of emotions. But the reality is the American culture tends to be more reactive rather than proactive with our life changes. So during this mental health awareness month, contributor & licensed mental health therapist Danielle Moore breaks it all the way down why we need a therapist at every stage in our lives.

51 MINMAY 9
Comments
#ConfessionSession: "Everyone needs therapy"