I hate when things take a long time. Can I just bypass what I have been told by professionals and try drive-through healing? If you want to know the answer to these questions and more, listen to the interview between Celeste Houston and me on the Confidently Speaking podcast.
Join Katie Axelson and I as we discuss taking a “be still and know moment”, along with dissecting the following topics:
How do we identify a toxic relationship?
How do I get out of a toxic relationship in a safe way?
Why do women enter into toxic relationships?
How do I get out of toxic relationships and find healthier ones?
What are soul ties?
In this podcast interview, I talked about what happens when you buy into Satan’s lie that you’re not enough, how to refute that lie, and how to reclaim your power, SOUL, and identity.
What are three things that a woman looks for in a potential partner? When do I go under complete construction 🚧? How does my brand, its colors, and representation tie into safety and comfort? The answers to these questions and more can be found in my interview as a podcast guest on “At The Style Table”. Be blessed!!!
I spoke to a single women’s group, entitled, “Ladies in Waiting”, on the topic of Breaking Unhealthy Relationship Patterns. We looked into coping mechanisms/dysfunctional behaviors such as avoidance, codependency, shutting down, and perfectionism, as well as how to get out of toxic relationships with narcissistic men and other individuals with character brokenness.
We all desire the empowered new chapter of life, the abundant life that God has so richly promised us. Healing from past hurts is part of the process. In “The Journey”, Katina took you through her own personal journey of healing. What happens if our process of healing from past hurts is different than the way it looks for others? What if we realized that the process of healing from past hurts is more of an art form, a surrendering of our minds, hearts, souls, emotions, and wills that are ready to be molded by the Savior?In this book of poetry and devotionals, Katina helps us see that when we surrender our healing process to the sovereignty of God, healing from past hurts goes from a struggle, to an art, to a rest that lies in the Creator himself.
This book of poems and short stories dig deep into the subject of blackness through the author’s eyes. You are taken on an emotional journey into how blackness affects the author personally, and then collectively as a family, community, and society. My Blackness is guaranteed to make you fall in love with what the word community truly means. Namely, when there’s a matriarch as the pillar of the community.
In Katina’s book, “The Journey”, you are walked through her personal journey of healing from abandonment, trauma, rejection, and divorce. Creating a satisfying future hinges upon healing from past hurts. That is because healing brings perspective and resilience. In “Simply Grace: Poetry and Recipes that Heal the Soul”, Katina brings you this perspective. Her poetry and prose present a truth-telling, soulful, creative look at topics such as shame, empathy, and love, encompassed in a manifestation of love and grace.
What happens when our valley meets God’s abundance of grace? The possibilities are endless. God gives us a front row seat to being refined for maturity in him, and fulfillment of our calling. There are no special qualifications. We only need a willing heart to answer the call to use what God has given us for his glory.
This book has devotionals and poetry to help encourage you in the roughest times, see the power of the Holy Spirit, and know beyond a shadow of a doubt that God has not forgotten about you.
Roots are usually kept underground, out of sight, out of mind, like the necessities of the Underground Railroad kind. Black folks have been digging deep down in those roots for years. They have been pulling up from the roots in their hair to the cotton fields, to what they now have to bring joy and resilience from the difficult struggles in life.
Let Katina take you on a poetic journey of revelation as she digs deep down into her own personal roots. Black women are encouraged to reclaim their identity of blackness, embrace their uniqueness of culture, experiences, hair, and skin color, release their emotions, and celebrate their resilience as a people. In other words, dig deep down into the roots of all those things that they have felt they needed to suppress and be ashamed of for years.