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Do You Value Others More than You Value Yourself? Here Are 3 Things I Am Very Mindful Of Now.

Brown Girl Self-Care

Brown Girl Self-Care

Education, Health & Fitness, Self-improvement

4.91.1K Ratings

🗓️ 26 February 2024

⏱️ 51 minutes

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Hey hey!

Welcome back to the pod. This week I'm having a vulnerable conversation with you about what it can mean to value yourself, how for some of us that are survivors of childhood trauma we are forced to prioritize our safety and also three things I'm doing in my journey of healing and blooming.

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Hey, what's going on? You're listening to the Brown Girl Self Care


podcast. My name is Brie Mitchell. I am the host of the show as well as the


founder of Brown Girl Self Care. Brown Girl Self Care is a platform in space of intentional healing, rest, joy, and abundance for black women.


Let's go ahead and get into today's episode.


Today I want to talk about, so I just finished up Tabith the Brown's book Feeding the Soul and it led me to this place where I wanted to talk about just how we value ourselves, how we value ourselves.


So the title of this, which is a work in progress,


but I think I'm going to stick with it,


is valuing others more than I or we value ourselves or myself is this you too.


But I want to talk about this because it's something that still comes up for me.


And I'm like if this comes up for me I want to be in a place


where I can have these type of honest raw conversations because it may help


someone along the way another black woman that looks like me, in her journey, her journey of healing, of love, of blooming, of abundance and like all those things, right? Good health, good mental health, good physical health, like all those things right good health good mental health good physical health like all these things are all connected they're all connected in my opinion they're all connected so I want to be able to have these kind of conversations with you. So this is a hard conversation for me too. So if I pause for a second, I appreciate in advance you giving me that space to sort my feelings, sort my thoughts, because again I take this


conversation very highly. So, valuing myself has been and was really, really hard. It has been and it is sometimes and it was a really really hard thing for me to do and I guess as I go through my notes here I kind of touch upon some things about what I'm doing now to kind of do this work.


But literally it was just about or one of the things that it was about was


because again I've said on the podcast several times,


the Brown Girls Self-Care Podcast, by the way,


which is available on iTunes and Spotify.


I don't think I said that before.


But it was really just me not liking myself,


me putting the just putting others ahead of me like they were better than me.


They were smarter than me.


They were like it like anything that you can think of other people were that but it was never me I was never in my mind I was never though thing never those things excuse me and there were several things that I would do and sometimes I still do which is one of the reasons why and I think I might have mentioned this in last week's


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