Summer Series E3: When No Contact Is the Only Option with Tia Jones
Ever wonder what makes a person totally cut off family members? In this episode Aja talks with Tia Jones, a mom coach focused on helping mothers go no contact...
Summer Series E2: Healing the Black Mother Wound
In this episode, Aja sits down with Jennifer Arnice, a trauma coach who focuses on helping black women heal their mother wound. They explore what the black mother wound...
Behind The Mic
Aja has spent her life digging into the places most don’t want to go, facing fears and learning to come out on the other side exactly as she desires. A former ‘American Dreamer’, she ditched it all when she realized that dream wasn’t hers. She’s since lived in Mexico, become a homeschooling mama, and has found a way to use words, in various forms, to express herself and connect with others.
Mom of one, entrepreneur, daughter, sister, friend. Aja believes many times your pain isn’t just for you but to help others experiencing similar things. “I must be here to do something great because God wouldn’t put me through all this for nothing!” Aja inspires others through her work.
Summer Series E4: Healing through no contact with dylesia Hampton Barner
People often think no contact is a revenge action, but no contact is actually a start to healing. In this episode we are talking to Dylesia Hampton Barner is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who help women recover from mother-daughter trauma and raise mentally, emotionally, & spiritually healthy daughters. Dylesia shares her experience growing up with her mother and how it eventually led to her going no contact.