Naturally Ever After
An education podcast from Naturally Ever After
In this podcast I share life lessons learned in my natural hair journey that helped me grow from within. My last relaxer was in 2007 and the emotional process felt more challenging than growing out my chemically treated hair.
I invite you to vibe with me as I share and teach nuggets that can support you in embracing your unique beauty and building confidence in your natural hair journey.
By profession I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and work as a psychotherapist in Atlanta, GA . Stay connected: www.linktr.ee/msguity
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