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Stop Playing the Shame Game

podcast November 3, 2022


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Shame has been weighing heavily on Charisse after she caught a clip from the 2021 Black Love Summit (make sure you get your tickets to our 2022 Summit right now!) where Bre discussed how shame from her childhood had affected her relationship with her partner as an adult. As parents we often use shame as a way to try to teach our children right or wrong, but does it really accomplish that? Listen in as Charisse breaks down the idea of shame, whether or not she believes we should be shaming our little ones, and what other options we have as parents to teach our children the lessons we are trying to get across instead.

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🖤THE BLACK LOVE SUMMIT IS BACK! 🖤Join us in Los Angeles on November 12th for a day of Black joy and Black love you won’t forget at the 5th Annual Black Love Summit! The Summit is about DATING, PARTNERSHIP, WELLNESS, and COMMUNITY. 

From conversations with Nina & Russell Westbrook to Naturi Naughton & hubby Two Lewis and so many more, we are curating a special day for you and a night of fun with our RnB House Party family and Coco Jones! 

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