Confidence and self-worth are key to us identifying and changing our racist behaviors and attitudes. We need to be willing to admit mistakes, weaknesses and flaws in order to change and be a better version of ourselves. Just like the kintsugi art of filling pottery cracks with the most precious materials, we can heal our racist past and make ourselves and our relationships much more valuable. This work will require confidence!
Ep. 47 Anti-Racism and Confidence
How Confident are You
as a Mother of Teenagers?
Every mother wants to feel confident that she is making the right choices for her children. Teenagers stretch and test our confidence skills. Their emotions and situations change quickly and we want to feel confident we’re making the right choices.
Answer a few questions and see your confidence score!