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“Defining a Sistah’s self-worth” ~ Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


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When we’ve been hurt and disappointed, we automatically lock ourselves in a box for protection, shunning out those parts of our-lives that are susceptible to be hurt again. We swear off relationships and throw away any chance of true love and fidelity as a reality. We’ll allow one huge mistake, regret or experience to determine our destiny in life going forward.

But isn’t it sad to stop living and believing all because you give consent to your past to manipulate and define your future? 

I know many women who have settled for less, and simply “accepted” the cards dealt because deep down inside, they don’t believe they deserve more. I’m sure you know of someone who seems to have it all together in their life, but when it comes to relationships, they just can’t seem to shake the hurt they’ve been dealt in the past or seem to repeat over and over again.

Don’t you feel you deserve the best your purpose has to offer in every aspect of your life? And that includes love and the right relationships.

Join me tonight at 8:00 PM on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via “Conversations Live” as I discuss “Defining a Sistah’s self-worth“.

Access the show here and I’ll meet you on the air!!!

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125 thoughts on ““Defining a Sistah’s self-worth” ~ Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

    1. So is this show just for the sistah’s?
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      Ion think so. I like hearing Trace talk so I’m tuning in either way 😆 #dontjudgeme

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      1. So is this show just for the sistah’s?
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        Now y’all know Tracy is fair with cussing folks out with her weekly commentary 😆 Don’t be scerred. Tune in and hear fa ya self gentlemen.

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      1. Defining a sistah’s self-worth? what does this mean Tracy?
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        That means when sistah’s accept and deal with anything just to get along…when women tolerate bullsh*t…I don’t know but I’m guessing.

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      2. Defining a sistah’s self-worth? what does this mean Tracy?
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        How do you define you? Ask yourself that question.

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      3. Defining a sistah’s self-worth? what does this mean Tracy?
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        If I can just jump in here and add: The quality of being worthy of esteem or respect.

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      4. Defining a sistah’s self-worth? what does this mean Tracy?
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        I like how everybody’s guessing where Tracy is gonna go with this topic and I like the effort but I can almost guarantee Tra’s topic is about relationships.

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      5. Defining a sistah’s self-worth? what does this mean Tracy?
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        Again: Self-worth provides the experience of being able to cope with the basic challenges of life and being worthy of happiness.

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      6. Defining a sistah’s self-worth? what does this mean Tracy?
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        It means it can fuck with what you believe about yourself.

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      1. YVONNE
        CORP
        ADAM
        ADRIANE
        STARR
        ASHANTI
        MISS ANG
        KAYLA
        ACQUITTA
        NATASHA
        2THICK

        Y’ALL STILL DREAMING? 50 YRS AGO. KING MARCHED AND HAD A DREAM.

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      2. They will be airing the “I have a dream” speech at the same time as Tracy’s show. 😡 Damn, damn, damn!!! (in my Florida Evans voice) 🙂

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      3. They will be airing the “I have a dream” speech at the same time as Tracy’s show
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        Ok still gotta hear “Conversations” either way.

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  1. some of us define our self worth by how man FB and twitter followers they have. Smh yeah ok. I’m sure Tracy has a different definition of this but this is my take.

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  2. Defining your self-worth:

    Is it from what you do?
    Who you work for?
    Who you hang out with?
    Whether you have a boyfriend (and what he does)?
    How men treat you?
    How thin, curvy, or stylish you are?
    How long your hair is?

    It can be a multitude of these things. we’ll have to wait and see which one Tracy will take from.

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  3. What we live, our reality, is the projection of ourselves; for WE are the projector of what we believe. So where will our blog queen go with this topic? we’ll see.

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  4. Self-worth self-esteem hell isn’t it all the same thing? either way if it’s low people take advantage of that shit. they see it as your weakness. now how trace gon spin-it we’ll see.

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  5. Your self worth is a function of how you value yourself. To build your self worth you must first discover your values and then make up your own definition of this …right @ Tracy Bell? 🙂

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  6. Good show topic
    Because a lot of women/sistah’s make their self-worth conditional and based on other people.

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  7. Basically, in order to develop a stable and enduring sense of self-worth, we must know that our mere existence makes us worthwhile

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  8. Self-worth provides the experience of being able to cope with the basic challenges of life and being worthy of happiness.

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  9. As self-worth goes up, so does our sense of trust that somehow we can cope with the environment. When it decreases, we lose confidence that we can be successful in our environment. For instance, a person with a high level of self-worth may overcome a negative environment and become successful, while a person with a lower level of self-worth may fail within positive surroundings.

    Bottom line, you have to determine your self-worth.

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  10. Let Freedom ring.
    50 years later and the Conversation is still on tonight at 8:00 PM 😆

    God bless Dr. King.

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    1. Henrietta,
      We see a fluctuation of self-worth in individuals who are laid off or fired from long-term positions or when personal relationships fail. In numerous cases, seemingly high-self-worth individuals can fall apart.

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      1. I agree but we have to do what we have too to push forward.
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        CoSign which is why this is such a strong topic.

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  11. I’m very passionate about the topic of self worth, as it’s something I had struggled with for much of my life., so I’ll be “front and center”

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  12. Living with a lack of self-worth will cause you to:Feel stuck in self-doubt, worry and negative self-talk and think …Gotta hear this show.

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  13. When you doubt your self-worth you create distractions (like addictions) to avoid feeling unfulfilled. Sad but true.

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  14. Self-worth is your sacrifice fulfillment for a perceived sense of security…sometimes when sistah’s don’t feel secure they lose their sense of security.

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  15. @Queen, you know you don’t make no damn sense right?? Just tune in so we can all sop guessing where the topic is going.

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      1. @Man. My mama done got so put off with this gay stuff BUT she will let you KNOW Luther was “respectable” with his Worldy side. <–her words. :hahaha:
        I think that absolves him and in all their eyes he is the bess and not a gay man..per se.. :hahaha: 😆

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      2. Sooooo… I’m on Facebook and I hear about a movie about Luther Vandross that Tyler Perry is making…
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        hell they done made an opera about Anna Nicole so anything’s possible.

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    1. Yeah well her show is not about YOUR LOVE but about your SUPPORT
      So Tune in and keep that love to ya-self. I’m offended. “side eye”

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      1. Hey Corp,
        Don’t be jealous Boo…There’s enuff love to go around. I do support OUR GIRL thou….And always tune in for her most girly-ish subjects.

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    1. I know @Tammy …she don’t prolong for nothing !!! 😆 She say what she gotta say then DROP THE MIC!!! BAM!!!

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  16. Oh man Tracy…You blow my mind every time 😆

    Listen as your day unfolds, challenge what the future holds
    Try and keep your head up to the sky
    Lovers, they may cause you tears
    Go ahead release your fears, stand up and be counted
    Don’t be ashamed to cry

    You gotta be
    You gotta be bad, you gotta be bold, you gotta be wiser
    You gotta be hard, you gotta be tough, you gotta be stronger
    You gotta be cool, you gotta be calm, you gotta stay together
    All I know, all I know, love will save the day

    Herald what your mother said
    Reading the books your father read
    Try to solve the puzzles in your own sweet time
    Some may have more cash than you
    Others take a different view, my oh my, heh, hey

    You gotta be bad, you gotta be bold, you gotta be wiser
    You gotta be hard, you gotta be tough, you gotta be stronger
    You gotta be cool, you gotta be calm, you gotta stay together
    All I know, all I know, love will save the day

    Don’t ask no questions, it goes on without you
    Leaving you behind if you can’t stand the pace
    The world keeps on spinning
    You can’t stop it, if you try to
    This time it’s danger staring you in the face

    Remember, listen as your day unfolds
    Challenge what the future holds
    Try and keep your head up to the sky
    Lovers, they may cause you tears
    Go ahead release your fears, my oh my heh, hey, hey

    You gotta be bad, you gotta be bold, you gotta be wiser
    You gotta be hard, you gotta be tough, you gotta be stronger
    You gotta be cool, you gotta be calm, you gotta stay together
    All I know, all I know, love will save the day

    Des’ree – You Gotta Be Lyrics

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  17. We need to get some Tracy Bell quotes going here tonight, let me start:
    Your body is a Temple and when a man enters he should ENTER TO WORSHIP!!!

    Holla y’all

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    1. “If your self-worth is killed and not built upon and nurtured during the onset of childhood it can and will affect your decisions and relationships as adults.

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    2. Y’all sound like the show was a school lesson now y’all answering questions to a test GTFOHWTBS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  18. Morning Ceo’ers
    Last night on R&B Divas Claudette Ortiz was talking about a woman’s self worth. Anybody see that?

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