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Self-care 'n Sisterhood Session 7

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1617 Dupont St

1617 Dupont Street

Toronto, ON M6P 3S8

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Self-care 'n Sisterhood is a monthly offering from Ebony Girls Obsession, curated for Black women to have open dialogue about our journeys, share our wins, challenges and self-care resources. To hold space + each other accountable in our individual and collective growth. We engage in activities such as: meditation, journaling, storytelling, team building games, a creative exercise (based on the theme of the month), and an accountability partner exchange. Bring a sister friend for a Queens Night Out, or come meet + make new ones!

For Session 7 we'll be discussing how to intentionally assess (y)our feelings + needs. Inspired by hearing Drake's new song + the #inmyfeelings challenge all over social media--I want to dive deeper into what it really means to be in our feelings. Furthermore, we'll explore how we (can) use our feelings/emotions to navigate decision making. Essentially, we're creating our very own toolkit for practicing emotional intelligence. This session will include: storytelling, writing prompts, trust exercises, a creative challenge + a discussion with special guest: Jillisa Brown.

Jillisa Brown is a confidence coach who helps change the lives of beautiful souls that strive for excellence. She is on her way to the top and she's taking you with her!

Born in Toronto to Jamaican parents, Jillisa identifies as an Afro-Jamaican-Canadian youth leader who is passionate about empowering others. Growing up, Jillisa struggled with social anxiety; often seen as the "silent child". Yet, her intelligence and passion for learning pushed Jillisa to express herself through writing.

Following years of adversity, in 2015, Jillisa embarked on a journey of practicing self-confidence. Now a master of her craft, she spends her time guiding and supporting youth and millennials, in building and maintaining their own confidence. Her organization Beautify My Sould is built upon the need for a Coming of Age program within the Black community. In the near future, Jillisa will be a global leader, empowering others to exude conifdence all around the world.


I hope to see you there.

Stay whole,

Igho Diana

Ebony Girls Obsession
Founder & Programs Facilitator


PLEASE NOTE:
i) Dinner (served family style) is included in the ticket price

ii) As part of our mission is to promote the importance of investing in ourselves (and each other)...funds acquired from ticket sales go towards admin, supplies + refreshments for the following sessions. Think of it as an act of paying it forward.

iii) Should the ticket price be out of your current budget/means, please do not hesitate to contact me (Igho, via email: contact@ebonygirlsobsession.ca) to make other arrangements.

iv) In honour of the sabbath day (which I observe) ticket sales will be temporarily unavailable from sundown on Fridays till sundown on Saturdays

For more details about EGO + what we offer visit: www.ebonygirlsobsession.ca

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