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QUEENS ON THE COUCH Sponsored by Mind Over Matter 🤭
What's it all about ? And where
Zoom is the place where women come together via zoom to support and talk about Dilemmas that women face every day.
To share our knowledge from life experience or professional to elevate and educate each other to raise our consciousness and frequency ✌🏾💚
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Give time for others to express
Be open to other people’s experiences and views.
Male Guests will only be invited to answer ladies' questions on your request based on topics which will be pre planned.
Respect all Queens and unite to raise the profile.
All women welcome
Entrepreneur Kerry Mussington from Ipswich Suffolk, is helping to raises awareness, she joins Israel providing awareness on Child sexual Abuse and mental health.
I know the signs joins forces with Mind Over Matter Project Suicide prevention founded by Kerry Mussington,
Kerry is a survivor, her role is an intervention provider to minimize risk of harm and suffering and to offer support in times of struggles. Kerry advocates for those who struggle with their mental health, those who needed support have been at crisis point and have struggled with Suicide ideation (thoughts)and in most cases many have had a previous history of suicide attempts and self harm. There is a need to educate and support those within our communities.
"Speaking out saves lives and support saves more"#mom
Champs and Giggles doesn't it again .
Bringing legend Junior Giscombe to the show.
Junior first began singing in a local band at the age of 14, encouraged by the sounds of doo-wop, early Motown, soul and reggae.
As the years passed however, the hobby became a full time musical career and Junior realised that his talents lay in writing and performing his own music. His first recordings date back to a cover of the ever green song “Nice and Slow“ by Jessie Green, then the song which got him noticed “Hot up and Heated”.
Initially signed to Phonogram Records, 1982 saw Junior hit the chart heights with the infectious anthem ‘Mama Used To Say’ which became a transatlantic hit, prompting Junior’s appearance as the first black British artist on Soul Train and earning him Billboard’s ‘Best Newcomer Award’ presented by the legendary James Brown. The U.S. hit, ‘Too late’ which reached no 8 and his auspicious debut album ‘Ji’ followed.