Dr. Natasha Williams

Relationship Building 101: Vulnerability In Relationships

Let’s talk about vulnerability. In our last post, we discussed how our expectations stem from our desire to protect ourselves from being hurt, disappointed, and ultimately, unprepared for undesired outcomes. To prevent ourselves from allowing our expectations to control and shape the course of our lives, we need to be willing to be vulnerable in …

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Moving Beyond Uncertainty: 3 Strategies to Equip You for the Unexpected

I’ve been reflecting on how we’ve been navigating through the current circumstances of the past year and felt prompted to ask—how do we prepare for uncertainty? Overwhelm, panic, and frustration are just some feelings that follow moments and periods of uncertainty when life doesn’t go as planned. However, it’s also possible to maintain composure and …

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The Archetype of the “Strong Black Woman” and Mental Illness

Modern beliefs and symbolism in our community has created significant difficulties.  The “strong black women” and the “angry black women” stereotypes depict images of proud women who don’t take no for an answer.  Black girls are often taught to “keep your head up” to get through anything.  While it can be seen as a great life lesson, it may …

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