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Episode 49: Is The Strong Black Woman Narrative Doing Us Damage?
Maiysha Claiborne MD
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In This week's Mind ReMapping Moment, we continue with the strong black woman conversation and how it does affect us a women. Listen in for more juice, welcome and learn. ----- Follow Dr. Maiysha on Social media www.facebook.com/DrMaiysha www.instagram.com/DrMaiysha www.twitter.com/DrMaiysha www.YouTube.com/DrMaiysha ----- Don't miss our Guest Epis...
Episode 47: Strong Black Woman! Are You Really Allowing Yourself To Experience Joy?
Maiysha Claiborne MD
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 In This week's Mind ReMapping Moment, we talk about the strong black woman narrative in a different perspective. How we hold our joy because of the stoic nature of the strong black woman narrative. Listen in as unravel the ins and outs of the strong black woman narrative. ----- Follow Dr. Maiysha on Social media www.facebook.com/DrMaiysha www...
How Personal Development Enhances Spiritual Development
Maiysha Claiborne MD
Dr Maiysha
I want to share with you a little something about affirmation, action, and spirituality. A lot of times, during NLP sessions, I talk to people who are religious or have a deep spiritual conviction. I frequently get asked about whether there is a conflict between spirituality and personal development. I'm here to tell you that religious/spiritual pr...
Episode 45: Getting Past Belief Conflicts
Maiysha Claiborne MD
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In This week's Mind ReMapping Moment, we talk about getting past belief conflict. Listen in as I share my experience transitioning from my old past beliefs to what I wanted to believe. ----- Follow Dr. Maiysha on Social media www.facebook.com/DrMaiysha www.instagram.com/DrMaiysha www.twitter.com/DrMaiysha www.YouTube.com/DrMaiysha Don't miss our Gu...
All You Need is a Little Communication
Maiysha Claiborne MD
Dr Maiysha
The other day, I had an interaction in which there was some misinterpretation. Instead of asking me directly, the person involved assumed my intention. This assumption made the other person think that I was acting out of malice, and thus became offended. After discovering that the person was offended during an exchange of words in relationship to t...
Episode 43: Emotions Experience, Express, Redirect
Maiysha Claiborne MD
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 In This week's Mind ReMapping Moment, we talk about Emotions Experience, Express, Redirect. Listen in to learn about expressing emotions, repressing emotions and managing emotions. ----- Follow Dr. Maiysha on Social media www.facebook.com/DrMaiysha www.instagram.com/DrMaiysha www.twitter.com/DrMaiysha www.YouTube.com/DrMaiysha Don't miss our ...
Why Community is SO Important For Our Personal Development
Maiysha Claiborne MD
Dr Maiysha
I've been a physician for many years. I've been practicing for over 15 years in a not so popular specialty: integrative medicine. Integrative or holistic medicine was not a big thing in Atlanta when I first started. What ended up happening was that I ended up isolating myself from the physician community, since my colleagues weren't in the same spe...
Episode 42: From Code Switching to Code Fluidity (w/Dr. Ijeoma Opara)
Maiysha Claiborne MD
Dr Maiysha
This week, Dr. Ijeoma Opara and I took the conversation to another level as we talked about fluidity, the "blessing ripples" and the things we do that's limiting us and our capability to do great things. --------- Highlights from the conversation: [00:43] Dr. Ijeoma Opara · Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Physician and Associate Program Director at Wa...
Episode 41: Behavioral Flexibility Pt 2
Maiysha Claiborne MD
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 In This week's Mind ReMapping Moment, we talk more about behavioral flexibility. We delve more on how we cam adjust through situations, learn from conditions and become better through the experience. Listen in and learn! ----- Follow Dr. Maiysha on Social media www.facebook.com/DrMaiysha www.instagram.com/DrMaiysha www.twitter.com/DrMaiysha w...
The Balance Between Celebration and Staying Focused
Maiysha Claiborne MD
Dr Maiysha
Something happened while I was practicing yoga this morning, and I had to share it with you. For those of you who do not know, I've been a yogi for 15 years, so I consider myself to be high intermediate level practitioner. I commit 4 days out of my week to my practice. It is something that keeps me focused and yet grounded. This particular morning ...
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