All the Things with Melissa Danielle, diary of a too much woman

You Talk Too Much.

I write for those women who do not speak, for those who do not have a voice because they were so terrified, because we are taught to respect fear more than ourselves. We’ve been taught that silence would save us, but it won’t. ~ Audrey Lorde


When you talk too much, you start a podcast. Stacey and I start talking about one of our triggers, and before we know it, we’re discussing respectability politics and one of the three things that adults have a hard time being grown up about.


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Stacey is a writer and speaker from San Pedro, California. She is also the creator of The Sensuality Project, a lifestyle movement for wombmen. Her sensuality focused work helps women to enjoy their bodies, cultivate conscious relationships, and live delicious wholehearted lives.

She loves having shame-free conversations about subjects that should be shameless, because “life is sexually transmitted,” and she believes that the main ingredient in fulfillment is full expression.

Find Stacey at StaceyHerrera.com on Facebook and Instagram.

What Are Your Takeaways? Leave a comment for us here, or join us both on Twitter @wmnshealthcoach @staceynherrera with hashtags #MotormouthMelissa and #TooMuchWoman


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Melissa Danielle

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