I recently added a Q&A forum to my website, which you can check out here. The purpose of the forum is to allow women to anonymously ask other women questions (including me) they may not have the opportunity to ask in other forums like school, church, conferences, etc. I get tons of emails and social media questions on topics ranging from quarter life crisis, spiritual living, womanhood, and more. I believe this forum is a great way for women to be vulnerable, and allow others to chime in and help sisters navigate life’s waters. Needless to say, I’m excited about this new feature!
Of course by now you know that everything I do is rooted somewhere between Genesis and Revelation. This particular endeavor is found in Titus 2. Check it out when you get a chance.
Recently a friend told me that I don’t have bad days or ever feel insecure. Sounds flattering, right? Wrong. For me, his words represented the hypocrite I never thought I’d be. I sincerely apologize for misleading you like that. It was never my intention to seem perfect, strong, or super brave. From its inception, Ebonee Speaks has been a means of expression and motivation for young women. It is not an elite club for sheroes. If it were, I definitely wouldn’t be able to get in. Rather, Ebonee Speaks is a tool for women who’ve been acquainted with pain, insecurity, hurt, shame, confusion and doubt.
I have noticed, however, that sometimes my pride gets the best of me. I don’t always allow myself to be as vulnerable as I’d like to be. This letter represents me taking off my super cape. It wasn’t all that anyway!