It's not who you are that holds you back, it's who you think you're not.
It's time to take a hard look in the mirror and ask, "Am I happy with what I see? or "Am I happy with how I feel about myself"? How you view yourself has the greatest impact on everything you do in life, and your emotions and experiences influence how you view yourself. Many of us have been made to believe less of or even the worst of ourselves.
In this course, I'll show you the sequential tools and strategies of improving the way you view yourself, aggressively engage in who you truly are and care less about what other people think of you. In this course you will learn how to use your emotions and experiences to work for you and not against you.
Are you ready to take on that challenge?
If so, let's go!!!
Ebony S. Muhammad is the Publisher of Hurt2Healing Magazine (H2H), a digital platform that has been described as inspiring, life-giving and cutting edge. H2H Magazine is celebrating 12 years of publication.
Ms. Muhammad served as the Assistant Event Coordinator during the 2006 Hurt to Healing march and rally against domestic violence and sexual abuse.
On December 13, 2014, she hosted "Turning Wounds Into Wisdom" summit for women and girls, which revolved around the subjects of domestic violence, sexual abuse/assault and stalking victimization.
In 2015, Ms. Muhammad began facilitating a weekly Wounds2Wisdom class at a local transitional facility for women released from prison, on the subjects of self-esteem, spirituality, setting healthy boundaries, self respect, self value to improve the way the women viewed themselves after being incarcerated.
In the latter part of 2015 through 2017 she led the Wounds2Wisdom class for young mothers under the Project Row House organization centered around the importance of cultivating healthy relationships.
From 2015-2016, Ms. Muhammad joined Houston-based DJ Jillian "JJ" Simmons and her I'm Me Foundation to volunteer at various middle and high schools, reaching hundreds of young girls, giving them examples of positive role models, how to set goals, addressing self-esteem and more!
Ms. Muhammad received her Bachelors and Masters in Psychology, specializing in forensics and neuro-psychology. She is a Certified Thanatologist, which is the study of death and dying and how we cope with loss, grief and bereavement. She is a published writer, photographer, videographer and web designer.
Currently she has expanded her efforts to address issues such as sex trafficking, teaming up with a Houston-based organization, Elijah Rising. Ms. Muhammad offers one-on-one coaching sessions to help women use their emotions and life experiences to work for them instead of against them. She has entitled this special program, "Femininity & Fire". Click here to learn more!