Wake Up Happy, Sis! is a network specifically designed for dynamic and vibrant high performing and high achieving Black Women. We offer safe and supportive spaces where Black Women can come together to share their stories, connect with others, and find inspiration to live their best lives. WUHS places a high emphasis on self-care and healing from past traumas, which are often overlooked or ignored in high achieving environments.
Wake Up Happy, Sis! has been a blessing. As an entrepreneur, I often found myself struggling with self-doubt and exhaustion. This network taught me to prioritize myself and my well-being. I gained practical tips for navigating complex environments and building resilience. The InspHERation apparel line is a constant reminder of my journey towards self-love and strength. I feel more confident, focused, and resilient now. My business has flourished, and I am much happier in my personal life. Thanks to Wake Up Happy, Sis!, I am now living the life I always wanted. It's more than a network, it's a lifeline.
Wake Up Happy, Sis! has changed my life. As a busy attorney, I was always stressed and struggled to maintain a work-life balance. The resources on this network, particularly the 8 dimensions of self-care, have significantly impacted my life. I learned how to navigate my demanding environment without compromising my well-being. I’ve noticed significant improvements in my mental health, professional life, and relationships. I now wake up feeling happy and whole, ready to face each new day.
“Healing is not just about getting better. It's about unraveling the layers of pain and hurt and rediscovering who you are beneath it all.” - Iyanla Vanzant
Healing from past trauma is an essential part of leading a happy and fulfilling life. Trauma can take many forms, from physical or emotional abuse to natural disasters or accidents. It can leave deep emotional scars and impact many aspects of our lives, including our relationships, mental health, and overall well-being. The good news is that healing is possible, and there are steps we can take to help us move forward.
One of the most important things to remember when healing from past trauma is to acknowledge and validate your feelings. It's important to recognize that your experiences are real and that they have had an impact on you. This can be difficult and uncomfortable, but it is an essential step in the healing process. By acknowledging and validating your feelings, you can begin to process and move through them, rather than pushing them away or denying them.
Another important step in healing from past trauma is to practice self-care. Self-care is the process of taking care of yourself physically and emotionally. It includes things like getting enough sleep, eating well, exercising, and doing activities that bring you joy and relaxation. By taking care of yourself, you can give yourself the support you need to heal. Self-care is not selfish, it is necessary.
Finally, seeking professional help can be incredibly valuable when healing from past trauma. A therapist or counselor can provide guidance and support as you work through your experiences, and can help you develop coping strategies and tools for dealing with difficult emotions and memories. Remember, healing takes time and effort, be kind and patient with yourself.
It is important to remember that healing from past trauma is a journey and it will not happen overnight. It will take time and effort, but with the right tools and support, it is possible to move forward and lead a happy and fulfilling life. Acknowledge your feelings, practice self-care and seek professional help. Remember, you deserve to heal and to love yourself unconditionally.
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Hey Boo Hey! I'm the CEO and Founder of Dolce & Lay. I have been a self-care enthusiast and a student of the wellness arts for over 15 years. Having been in the space of being overwhelmed with motherhood, family, work, school, community service, and all the other hats that I wore, I constantly put myself LAST. My health and my relationships suffered until I decided to take charge of my self-care and wellness FIRST, so I could be more present for all who needed me. Now my passion is helping African American women - professionals, entrepreneurs, and mom+ (the women who wear all the hats) reconnect with themselves through
Just what is Radical Self-Care? It's being authentic, intentional, and unapologetic about putting your self-care first. It's removing the guilt and promising yourself to #ReclaimYourMeTime so you are the best version of yourself for those who need you. It's thinking differently about self-care, Wellness, and your own self-discovery. It's building with a community of women who support one another along their journeys.