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Author: Dr. Jamila T. Davis & Tara Wallace

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🎧✨ "I Love Me More. Period." Podcast is your gateway to a transformative journey inspired by Dr. Jamila T. Davis's empowering book. If you're ready to break free from toxic relationships and embrace self-love, this podcast is your go-to companion.

Join Dr. Davis and empowerment expert Tara Wallace in each episode as they unfold the eight transformative steps. From boosting self-esteem to mastering communication, this podcast is your roadmap to liberation with grace and self-compassion.

This isn't just a podcast; it's your intimate conversation, a friend in audio form, guiding you on a journey of self-discovery and healing. Let Dr. Jamila T. Davis and Tara Wallace be your compassionate companions as you celebrate resilience and nurture the love you have for yourself. 🌟💖

Tune in to the #ILoveMeMorePodcast and start your empowering self-love journey now! 🎙️🌈

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In this episode, Dr. Jamilla T. Davis and Tara Wallace had the amazing Aqueelah Shabazz share her powerful journey of overcoming trauma and building a successful career in finance. From growing up in the crack era of Chicago to breaking free from a toxic relationship, Aqueelah's resilience and determination are truly inspiring. 🔑 Key Takeaways:- The impact of childhood trauma and addiction.- Empowering women in male-dominated fields.- Navigating the struggles of substance abuse among children. ✨ Get Your FREE Manifestation Plan NOW! ✨👭🏾 Join the Black Women's Lives Matter Community 👭🏾💕 Connect with Dr. Jamila T. Davis! 💕 IG: @jamilatdavisFB: JamilaTDavis💕 Connect with Tara Wallace! 💕IG: iamtarawallaceTikTok: @iamtarawallaceConnect with our guest Aqueela Shabazz on IG → @mrscashflows💅🏽 Stay close friends by subscribing on YouTube, Apple and Spotify!Timestamps:00:00 Community therapy; join for free, grow.09:12 Fun but disturbing living near a factory.15:18 Distrust of women continues.21:01 Close-knit friendships in New York City.21:46 Disrespectful behavior led to confusion and realization.29:06 Insecurities led to dating drug dealers.35:03 Son witnessed abuse, breaking the pattern.42:10 Woman expresses fear of commitment due to trauma.43:07 Staying too long in toxic relationships enables abuse.51:10 Son's trauma at 5 led to addiction.55:14 Son's struggles with drugs and mental health.01:02:52 Unity in community empowers limitless possibilities.01:04:47 Help people understand available funding, improve credit.01:09:35 Highlighted moment meeting Obama, struggles with abortion.Our Sponsors:* Check out Happy Mammoth and use my code ILMM for a great deal: happymammoth.comSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/i-love-me-more-period/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In this episode, Dr. Jamilla T. Davis and Tara Wallace dive deep into the complexities of trauma, healing, and relationships with Sonia Rogers. They share their stories of resilience and loss, highlighting the urgent need for support and understanding. 🔑 Key Takeaways:- Navigating the complexities of love and coping with tragedy- The impact trauma can have on individuals and their relationships- Overcoming unimaginable loss and turning pain into a force for healing✨ Get Your FREE Manifestation Plan NOW! ✨👭🏾 Join the Black Women's Lives Matter Community 👭🏾💕 Connect with Dr. Jamila T. Davis! 💕 IG: @jamilatdavisFB: JamilaTDavis💕 Connect with Tara Wallace! 💕IG: iamtarawallaceTikTok: @iamtarawallace💅🏽 Stay close friends by subscribing on YouTube, Apple and Spotify!Timestamps:00:00 Intro06:34 Denial and confusion at mother's hospital visit.13:48 Thankful for sharing, proud of your resilience.20:57 Great care provided to kids; enduring gratitude.25:23 Young girl overcomes hardships, strives to be best mom.32:26 Shani Baraka Center sparks transformation in Newark.36:26 Friend tries to comfort over girlfriend issue.39:24 Heavy story, self-blame, need for healing.46:06 Man, mother, hospital, identify, sons, time, room.51:54 Emphasize importance of conversation for sons' understanding.58:42 New Year's party ends up lonely.01:00:42 Real life, karma, energy, understanding, mothers, connection.01:08:17 Healing together, finding strength in community.01:11:31 Join our community at www.blackwomenslivesmatter.com01:23:27 Healing is a process, sharing our truths.01:28:36 Uncertain about diagnosing actions due to trauma.01:29:58 Understanding and growth from personal trauma impacts.01:35:22 Driving situations prompt strange, uncommunicative behavior.01:41:04 He said, I'll support you through trauma.01:47:03 Child needs skills to back up promises.01:52:15 Importance of couples therapy and learning together.Our Sponsors:* Check out Happy Mammoth and use my code ILMM for a great deal: happymammoth.comSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/i-love-me-more-period/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In this episode, Tara Wallace and Dr. Jamilla T. Davis sit down with guest Tonesa Welch to delve into the thrilling and dangerous world of running a business without fear. Join us as we navigate through compelling narratives of strength, loss, and the power of shared experiences, and discover the inspiring community that offers support and healing to women.🔑 Key Takeaways:- Importance of supporting mothers who have lost children- Reflection on the escalation of abuse involving money and drugs- Feeling trapped and hurt inside due to the toxicity of the relationship✨ Get Your FREE Manifestation Plan NOW! ✨👭🏾 Join the Black Women's Lives Matter Community 👭🏾💕 Connect with Dr. Jamila T. Davis! 💕 IG: @jamilatdavisFB: www.facebook.com/authorJamilaTDavis💕 Connect with Tara Wallace! 💕IG: iamtarawallaceTikTok: @iamtarawallace💅🏽 Stay close friends by subscribing on YouTube, Apple and Spotify!Timestamps:00:00 Shared experiences help in quicker healing process.09:52 Recognizing ignorance, consequences, and impacts of actions.11:54 Young woman reflects on her experience in organization.18:01 Confident woman defies fear to run business.24:31 Planned to take care despite abusive relationship.27:18 Similar upbringing, different path, hard and relatable.35:14 Manipulative behavior leads to confusion and dependency.38:25 Woman feels tied to man, can't escape.44:22 Determined woman reflects on her successful mindset.48:46 Juggling two lives while living in Hollywood.55:47 Incarceration's impact on children, self-forgiveness.01:02:40 Enduring challenges empowers to support and inspire.01:08:51 Short time to tell story, platform for truth.01:12:59 Join us in this inclusive healing community.Our Sponsors:* Check out Happy Mammoth and use my code ILMM for a great deal: happymammoth.comSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/i-love-me-more-period/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Dr. Jamila T. Davis and Tara Wallace reunite with social activist and entrepreneur Queen Yonasda. Queen Yonasda Lonewolf joins us and she shares her journey of strength, resilience, and finding self-love. From her mother's activism to battling stage 4 lung cancer, Yonasda's story is one of inspiration and perseverance. 🔑 Key Takeaways:- The importance of prioritizing self-care and personal healing.- Addressing the expectations of being strong and holding it all together.- Queen Yonasda's inspiring commitment to self-love and empowering others✨ Get Your FREE Manifestation Plan NOW! ✨👭🏾 Join the Black Women's Lives Matter Community 👭🏾💕 Connect with Dr. Jamila T. Davis! 💕 IG: @jamilatdavisFB: JamilaTDavis💕 Connect with Tara Wallace! 💕IG: iamtarawallaceTikTok: @iamtarawallace👋🏿 Follow our guest, Queen Yonasda on IG → @queenyonasda ←💅🏽 Stay close friends by subscribing on YouTube, Apple and Spotify!Timestamps:00:00 Recognizing gift of purity and innocence.10:00 Join free community for learning, healing, therapy.12:56 Using hip hop for social change and justice.20:53 Savior becomes sacrificial lamb, often overlooked.25:35 Discovered cancer after pneumonia, thought it's asthma.29:07 Newfound appreciation for life and relationships.32:10 Created revolutionary healing for self-improvement motivation.38:40 Struggling with son in jail, supporting aspirations.47:56 Grew up together, chose different paths, loss.53:11 She's a constant reminder of self-worth.56:12 Exploring new interests and disconnecting from past.59:27 Leaving marriage, overcoming triggers, creating new life.01:04:29 Dr. Jivilla offers life-changing opportunity in talk.Our Sponsors:* Check out Happy Mammoth and use my code ILMM for a great deal: happymammoth.comSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/i-love-me-more-period/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Join Dr. Jamila T. Davis and Tara Wallace for an empowering conversation with activist Dr. Topeka K. Sam about self-love and the importance of self-care in the face of life's most challenging battles. We discuss Topeka's captivating life story including her activism rooted in hip hop, her relationship with the Nation of Islam, and her profound personal health journey. 🔑 Key Takeaways: - Prioritizing self-care, especially when your instinct is to care for others.- Personal challenges can fuel dedication to activism and community.- Resources for self-love and support specifically for Black women's lives✨ Get Your FREE Manifestation Plan NOW! ✨👭🏾 Join the Black Women's Lives Matter Community 👭🏾💕 Connect with Dr. Jamila T. Davis! 💕 IG: @jamilatdavisFB: JamilaTDavis💕 Connect with Tara Wallace! 💕IG: iamtarawallaceTikTok: @iamtarawallace👋🏿 Follow our guest, Dr. Topeka K. Sam on IG → @topekaksam ←💅🏽 Stay close friends by subscribing on YouTube, Apple and Spotify!Timestamps:09:19 Join a supportive community of Black women.12:16 Using hip-hop for change, activism, and community.20:06 Learning to be a savior can hurt.22:50 Understanding generational trauma and patterns of sacrifice.28:12 Feeling present and committed to social justice.34:06 Prison was where God reached me. Legacy preserved, health.42:16 Avoiding personal problems leads to physical consequences.44:59 When do you prioritize your own experiences?51:26 Personal journey, domestic violence, self-love affirmation.58:43 Leaving abusive marriage, reclaiming freedom and independence.01:04:06 Gifted plan for manifesting dreams and goals.01:06:52 Expressing gratitudeOur Sponsors:* Check out Happy Mammoth and use my code ILMM for a great deal: happymammoth.comSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/i-love-me-more-period/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In this heart-wrenching episode Dr. Jamila T. Davis and Tara Wallace welcome guest Jeanean Pierre to share her daughter's tragic brush with domestic violence. Jeanean opens up about her daughter's relationship, police response, and her own journey through grief, stress, and health challenges.🔑 Key Takeaways: - The power of community and building the Robin’s Hope foundation.- The deep interconnection between mental and physical health.- Confronting domestic violence especially among teens and young adults.✨ Get Your FREE Manifestation Plan NOW! ✨👭🏾 Join the Black Women's Lives Matter Community 👭🏾💕 Connect with Dr. Jamila T. Davis! 💕 IG: @jamilatdavisFB: JamilaTDavis💕 Connect with Tara Wallace! 💕IG: iamtarawallaceTikTok: @iamtarawallace📚 Learn more about Robin's Hope Foundation💅🏽 Stay close friends by subscribing on YouTube, Apple and Spotify!Timestamps:0:00 Intro09:12 Special guest, mother of talented student.13:21 Teen dating, parental concern, pillow gift.18:19 Intruder with gun. Son didn't tell initially.22:07 Lack of condolences and unanswered queries.28:38 Educator discusses need for teaching grief properly.34:41 Take care of yourself to succeed.39:17 Spiritual conversation about forgiveness and life purpose.44:48 Real conversation about parenting and youth prevention.48:00 Gift of money to set up foundation.54:57 Changed for her; left old lifestyle behind.58:26 Advice to younger self: go to school, avoid negative influences, control reactions.Our Sponsors:* Check out Happy Mammoth and use my code ILMM for a great deal: happymammoth.comSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/i-love-me-more-period/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In this heartfelt episode Dr. Jamila T. Davis and Tara Wallace are joined alongside guest Aisha Hall, as they delve into the emotional trauma of betrayal within professional and personal circles.🔑 Key Takeaways: - Addressing trauma from past experiences is crucial for growth.- In times of deep struggle, having a supportive community can make all the difference.- The importance of reciprocal relationships and avoiding toxic dynamics.✨ Get Your FREE Manifestation Plan NOW! ✨👭🏾 Join the Black Women's Lives Matter Community 👭🏾💕 Connect with Dr. Jamila T. Davis! 💕 IG: @jamilatdavisFB: JamilaTDavis💕 Connect with Tara Wallace! 💕IG: iamtarawallaceTikTok: @iamtarawallace👋🏿 Follow our guest, Aisha Hall on IG → @therealaishahall ←💅🏽 Stay close friends by subscribing on YouTube, Apple and Spotify!Timestamps:00:00 Prison fails to rehabilitate, perpetuating toxic cycles.07:32 Safe space to talk, learn, grow together.15:40 Created project, used social media for impact.18:48 Strategic plan for viral photos with baddies.24:40 Apigee Financial explores private trade in commodities.31:28 People of color face double punishment unjustly.35:35 Uniting formerly incarcerated women to create change.38:56 Performed a concert, supported women, emotional departure.47:34 Close bond, diverging paths, new priorities arise.52:16 Reflection on past actions and personal growth.54:12 Rising to fame through TV specials and pitches.01:01:57 Hype, transition, betrayal, lesson learned, personal growth.01:07:39 Group received an offer, but it fell through.01:11:37 Devil's influence leads to betrayal and manipulation.01:15:53 Sticking to business, supporting sister's party. 01:22:59 Support from others helps in healing process.01:28:39 Seeking approval led to pain; a realization.01:35:18 Follow my yearly goal-setting template for free.01:39:20 Community space for unity, healing, growth, resources.Our Sponsors:* Check out Happy Mammoth and use my code ILMM for a great deal: happymammoth.comSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/i-love-me-more-period/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Dr. Jamila T. Davis and Tara Wallace are joined this week by the inspirational Kimberly Hill. Delve into Kim’s powerful spiritual journey, her triumph over generational trauma, struggles in toxic relationships, and her advocacy against gun violence.🔑 Key Takeaways: - Generational trauma and commitment to personal growth.- The importance of transparency and accountability.- The potential to turn profound pain into positive change.✨ Get Your FREE Manifestation Plan NOW! ✨👭🏾 Join the Black Women's Lives Matter Community 👭🏾💕 Connect with Dr. Jamila T. Davis! 💕 IG: @jamilatdavisFB: JamilaTDavis💕 Connect with Tara Wallace! 💕IG: iamtarawallaceTikTok: @iamtarawallace💅🏽 Stay close friends by subscribing on YouTube, Apple and Spotify!Timestamps:03:11 Healing is a process; pain turned to power.08:26 Understanding and forgiving mother after learning truth.10:20 Childhood trauma led to toxic relationship beliefs.14:00 Witnessing son's death, struggles with explanation.19:07 Kids kept me alive, gave me strength.21:31 Positive self-talk and support from therapist.24:43 Touching book about son's tragic death. Grateful for support.26:56 Book highlights organization's impact in reducing gun violence.32:31 Gaining perspective on personal experiences and healing.33:54 Therapist helps cope with grief and accomplishments.38:18 Respectful communication between generations then and now.40:43 Changed major to political science to help heal.42:49 Deshaun's sacrifice leads to family healing and growth.45:58 Praying for daughter's success, working hard.50:41 Share your story, help others, it gets better.53:07 Overwhelmed mom is moved by son's song.56:23 Confront pain, identify trauma, set boundaries, heal.58:50 Grateful for a healing, inspiring discussion.Our Sponsors:* Check out Happy Mammoth and use my code ILMM for a great deal: happymammoth.comSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/i-love-me-more-period/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Join Dr. Jamila T. Davis and Tara Wallace as they explore powerful stories of transformation and resilience. We discuss boundaries and trusting bonds with Kisha Ellis whose journey from officer to inmate and beyond reveals lessons in discipline, survival, and the importance of healthy relationships. 🔑 Key Takeaways: - Challenges and confinement can become catalyzers for growth.- Advocating for self and others, particularly in the face of injustice.- Embracing "I love me more" isn't just a mantra; it's a practice.✨ Get Your FREE Manifestation Plan NOW! ✨👭🏾 Join the Black Women's Lives Matter Community 👭🏾💕 Connect with Dr. Jamila T. Davis! 💕 IG: @jamilatdavisFB: JamilaTDavis💕 Connect with Tara Wallace! 💕IG: iamtarawallaceTikTok: @iamtarawallace💅🏽 Stay close friends by subscribing on YouTube, Apple and Spotify!Timestamps:00:00 Learn, grow, and maximize your potential now.06:22 Initial skepticism turned into mutual trust and respect.11:03 Trusted woman provided safe space during sentence.18:48 Jealousy and targeting in prison story.25:51 Feds came, surrendered gun, felt relieved.29:13 Bribery charges, constant monitoring, isolation, and restrictions.35:10 Mother locked up in solitary confinement protests.38:46 Deceptive actions to feel like a staff member.43:15 Paused master's to start female halfway house, promoted.48:46 Rebuilding life, moved to new town. Son's problems.53:26 Grateful for your friendship and support. Paying it forward.01:01:20 In prison, followed rules, stayed out of trouble.01:07:21 Finding purpose and faith in challenging times.01:08:42 Tools for transformation: put in the work.Our Sponsors:* Check out Happy Mammoth and use my code ILMM for a great deal: happymammoth.comSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/i-love-me-more-period/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Dr. Jamila T. Davis and Tara Wallace engage in a deep conversation with Keesha Eure, Director of Newark's Office of Violence Prevention. We dive into Jamila and Tara’s experiences with domestic violence and the launch of the Black Women's Lives Matter community.🔑 Key Takeaways:- Defunding the police to fund violence prevention initiatives- Collaborative community work on the Shawnee Baraka Center- Trauma experiences within incarcerated individuals and providing avenues for healing.✨ Get Your FREE Manifestation Plan NOW! ✨👭🏾 Join the Black Women's Lives Matter Community 👭🏾💕 Connect with Dr. Jamila T. Davis! 💕 IG: @jamilatdavisFB: JamilaTDavis💕 Connect with Tara Wallace! 💕IG: iamtarawallaceTikTok: @iamtarawallace👋🏿 Follow our guest, Keesha Eure on IG → @keeshaeure ←💅🏽 Stay close friends by subscribing on YouTube, Apple and Spotify!Timestamps: 00:00 Trauma in childhood impacts incarcerated individuals greatly.06:17 Black Women's Lives Matter community offers support.07:55 Director Lakeesha Eure empowers people, innovates community.13:38 Open, honest discussion leads to personal growth.14:46 Real stories of domestic violence shared openly.18:10 Argument occurs, de-escalation needed, avoid police involvement.23:37 Survivor empowerment through community and education.25:59 Recognize red flags in relationships and work.28:25 Brother shot, felt unsafe, had to leave.30:43 Advocating for public health approach to violence.36:22 Ensuring safety, cooperation, and integrity in communities.38:56 My parents died young, community support was crucial.41:59 Dr. Jamila T Davis offers vision plan.Our Sponsors:* Check out Happy Mammoth and use my code ILMM for a great deal: happymammoth.comSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/i-love-me-more-period/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Dr. Jamila T. Davis and Tara Wallace candidly share their personal experiences with toxic relationships, trauma, and the journey to self-love and healing. They discuss the impact of being in highly visible relationships on national TV, and the struggle to break free from toxic behavior and find purpose. Our Sponsors:* Check out Happy Mammoth and use my code ILMM for a great deal: happymammoth.comSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/i-love-me-more-period/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Dr. Jamila T. Davis and Tara Wallace candidly share their personal experiences with toxic relationships, trauma, and the journey to self-love and healing. They discuss the impact of being in highly visible relationships on national TV, and the struggle to break free from toxic behavior and find purpose. 🔑 Key Takeaways: - Recognizing and addressing domestic violence- Creating safe spaces for sharing experiences- Importance of self-love and personal growth✨ Get Your FREE Manifestation Plan NOW! ✨👭🏾 Join the Black Women's Lives Matter Community 👭🏾💕 Connect with Dr. Jamila T. Davis! 💕 IG: @jamilatdavisFB: JamilaTDavis💕 Connect with Tara Wallace! 💕IG: iamtarawallaceTikTok: @iamtarawallace💅🏽 Stay close friends by subscribing on YouTube, Apple and Spotify!For advertising and sponsorship inquiries contact Don Vito = donvito@digitalcitizensmedia.comOur Sponsors:* Check out Happy Mammoth and use my code ILMM for a great deal: happymammoth.comSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/i-love-me-more-period/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
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