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Names are important

Names are important Yet somehow in this country, names are devalued, mocked, butchered, and replaced. I have my own story around what #mynameis that I often share during my talks. My name is Farah. It’s pronounced with a French accent — “Fah-rah”, not “Feh-ruh” (like...

Emotional Intelligence, Racial Trauma, and Mental Health in the Workplace

I consider it an honor to hold safe spaces for my clients in private practice and the corporate sector. In these therapeutic and psychoeducational sessions, I do my best to affirm, teach and challenge my listeners. I not only want them to learn from the content but...
loan your roles but own yourself

Did you lose yourself?

Did you lose yourself? Was it in the position or the promotion? We must be careful not to affix our identity into roles that aren’t finite firmly. They are not our being. I find this to be something that many women struggle with when they become wives, mothers,...