Sunday, November 1, 2009

Loving Yourself As A Black Woman by Tinisha Nicole Johnson

Seven Tips for Black Women to Live a Happier Life

 by Tinisha Nicole Johnson

In this day and age when the world is changing, technology is advancing, and years have passed by in a blink of an eye, Black women may wonder about the future and how it will directly impact them. Today’s Black women are beginning to realize that change in the world, and they want a positive piece of it. From the test of time, many women are learning what it takes to be successful and get ahead.Living in a world where you are constantly reminded that you are the minority of the minority, sooner or later you start to catch on and grab that piece of success. That success can involve anything from earning a living to raising a family. However, along the way you may begin to doubt yourself, you may even wonder about your self-worth, and at the end of the day, you want reassurance just to stay in the game.

Tip #1: When your mind is stuck in the past, you are in fact a prisoner of your past, resisting the key to free yourself into a new direction for your future. The past is gone. Sometimes you have to let it go. Black women love very hard. They feel as though they have to. It is their core source of strength. It is also a quality they fully accept from others. Whatever has happened in your life, you have to embrace the good and let go of the negativity, but always look ahead as optimistic as you can.

Tip #2: Whatever your constant focus is on, is what will move you closer to happiness or deeper into dissatisfaction. Focus on your strengths and refuse to accept being Black and a woman as a weakness. Train your mind to believe you are self-confident and capable, and soon your actions will follow pursuit.

Tip #3:  When you start to understand and believe the depth of your worth, then NO ONE can fool you into thinking what your worth is as a Black woman. The media has a funny way of interjecting what is beauty and what is not; what is popular and what is thrown out. Don’t believe the hype! There are some who seem to have it all on the outside, but are hurting badly inside. Realize that your inner happiness means more than any outer material possession or physical trait. Love you, and the world has no choice but to acknowledge it and accept it. Read the entire article.

Lessons Learned: Loving Yourself As A Black Woman by Tinisha Nicole Johnson

Lessons Learned: Loving Yourself As A Black Woman is an inspirational and uplifting book, emphasizing ten life lessons that addresses your most intimate, personal, and professional life. As a Black woman, have you ever dealt with insecurities and pressures from the world that made you feel unsure about yourself or life in general? Do you want answers and solutions to your most deepest, darkest feelings?

In Lessons Learned, the author passionately and straightforwardly expresses and lays out proven methods to sustain and live a fulfilling and passionate life as a Black women.

Pre-order your copy of the book, Lessons Learned: Loving Yourself As A Black Woman on the author’s website and receive FREE shipping and a FREE audio CD entitled, “7 Tips for Black Women to Live a Happier Life.”

Tinisha Nicole Johnson is an author, writer, and poet, and resides in Denver, Colorado with her family. Tinisha is a versatile author and has written various articles, books, and short-stories which have been published in the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. Besides writing, Tinisha also hosts political and sports teleconferences as a profession. Visit the author at her website:

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