I love Ted Talks and these 5 featured here are definitely worth listening to.
ONE: The Power of the Black Woman's Self Love Journey by Denise Francis.
Denise Francis is the Founder and CEO of The Self Love Organization INC. The Self Love Organization is the online Self-Love, Therapy and Wellness club for Black Women to help end the cycle of the transgenerational trauma by healing Black Women and the communities they lead. You can visit her blog at https://theselfloveorganization.com/blog
TWO: My journey to self love By Dr. Andrea Pennington
Dr. Andrea Pennington is an integrative physician, acupuncturist, meditation teacher and sex educator. She is the author of The Pennington Plan and co-author of the international bestseller, Heart to Heart: The Path to Wellness as well as co-author of Resilience Through Yoga and Meditation. You can visit Dr. Pennington's website at https://andreapennington.com/
THREE: Cultivating Unconditional Self-Worth by Adia Gooden
Dr. Adia Gooden is a licensed clinical psychologist, dynamic speaker and trainer, who is passionate about cultivating unconditional self-worth in others. You can find out more about Dr. Gooden at https://dradiagooden.com/about/
FOURTH: I search 4 it blinded: the power of self-love and self-esteem by Caira Lee
Caira is a 24 year-old writer from Baltimore, MD. After classmates voted her “Most Likely to Change the World” in high school, she went on to become Ohio’s state champion for the NEA’s Poetry Out Loud competition and represent Cleveland at the Brave New Voices festival & National Poetry Slam. You can find more about Caira at https://cairalee.com/
FIVE: Self love is the glue that puts us back together by Shocka
Kenneth Erhahon (born 8 July, 1988), better known by his stage name Shocka, is a rapper and mental health advocate from Tottenham, London. He gained recognition for being one/third of Grime collective Marvell alongside Double S and Vertex. After dealing with mental health issues himself, Shocka became a mental health advocate to help those suffering from their own problems with his music.