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Inviting all women, in particular my Black sisters, to take up space and just be. An invitation to talk about what we think about, but rarely speak about. Conversations about spirituality, relationships, the “ism’s,” sex, mental wellbeing, secrets and feelings that we stuffed. We will celebrate! You will laugh, cry, be pissed, disagree, and begin to count yourself in where you’ve been counted out. Lisa Lackey, therapist, consultant and chief conversation starter and her guests will challenge you to keep the conversation going.

Think of Insideout Conversations as brunch with your main girls right in the middle of the week.

Nov 14, 2018

When we leave ourselves by being enamored or preoccupied with distractions, we gradually leave ourselves. Before we know it, we just don’t feel like ourselves and we start to look externally to feel better. We may even find “temporary solutions” only to find out that we are treating symptoms, rather than cause.

An example may be being frustrated about something you haven’t dealt with, so you put it on a “shelf”, as if that’s the “solution” to the frustration. Putting it on the shelf, may temporarily bring relief. However, if the cause, perhaps procrastination due to fear, is not dealt with, the “squatter of procrastination” will not leave.


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