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For Love Only: Courageous Conversations

Faith Joyner

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For Love Only: Courageous Conversations
58 minMAR 24
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Jazmine Duke, Women’s Health Advocate, Author, & Speaker joined me to discuss: ⁣
⁣the importance of vaginal care
defining cisgender women’s health and when to speak up to our physicians
how to encourage our friends & family who need physical and emotional support
how uncomfortable it is to reset our values⁣
how transitioning into a different version of ourselves can be difficult⁣
what it means to “become a better version of yourself”⁣
⁣Courageous Tribe, get your drink of choice and listen in on this courageous conversation TODAY!⁣
Get in touch with Jazmine at https://www.jazmineduke.com/mission and order her products at www.jdbathco.com
Here are the article links Jazmine referred to us:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1781382/
https://www.nbcnews.com/health/womens-health/u-s-finally-has-better-maternal-mortality-data-black-mothers-n1125896
https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/magazine/magazine_article/america-is-failing-its-black-mothers/
 
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