Madeleine Black shares her story of inhumane sexual violence, toxic sexualization, and emotional and spiritual re-growth. Her story is one of the most powerful ones I’ve ever heard. She expresses herself so eloquently and articulates how she has learned more about herself and the human condition after experiencing the agony and shock of her assault as a young girl.
Have you ever stopped and taken a look back at that little girl or boy you used to be and asked them is there anything they still need?
Although you don’t know who these women are and they may be faceless to you: remember they exist. They are here in our community where you least expect them. They are successful, they are pretty, they are athletic, they are smart, they are EVERYWHERE and they wear masks.
I am reclaiming my place as a force to be reckoned with because I know the alternative won’t get me where my path potentially leads.
Plot twists happen. What matters is how you respond to them. Let’s look at one of these classic relationship detours that often times takes the unknowing partner on a tailspin, “I think we should take a break!”
This is my vision, my art, and my way to experientially shift our community using my inherent talents, passion, and expertise. I am so proud of this project, and I believe in DR. BABE, even if and when you don’t.
I am always grateful for unconditional love, and I’m wise enough to know that it doesn’t always come in a neat package that reflects what I want. It is however, always served best when reciprocated.
If we are to become self actualized we have to take responsibility for our choices (based on our compromises between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors) and maintain this accountability whether we achieve positive or negative results. Courage is the not just a feeling, it is an action, and when consistent – a personality type – and it most definitely is an outcome. However, the outcomes of courage are different for men and women.