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Alex Elle on Learning through Motherhood Enji sits, down with Alex Elle the host of the "Hey Girl" podcast on learning through motherhood. We will dive in on her latest book "After the Rain."  Follow sis, at alex_elle   Produced by PodBear Audio    Follow the Aye Yo Sis! community on IG @ayeyosiscommunity. Visit our website at www.ayeyosis.com to stay updated for events and what's happening.
Alex Elle - How to Allow & Receive Love Today's podcast is a game-changer. Alex Elle @alex_elle is an incredible author and influencer. We dive deep into how we can allow & receive love into our lives.Believe it or not, it isn't so easy for everyone. You can check out her new book here! https://www.chroniclebooks.com/products/after-the-rainDo you need help remembering how amazing you are? Do you need help with loving the real you and loving yourself enough to receive love?Then go ahead and sign up for my coaching program. I'd love to work with you and help you overcome the fear in your life! Let's learn, let's grow, let's heal. I am only enrolling a limited number, so book your first coaching call with me : https://www.feeling-free.com/coachingMusic by Mason Brewer @masonbrewerProduced by Falero Studios
Alex Elle — Self-Care as Generational Healing | On Being with Krista Tippett Written Summaries: https://www.owltail.com/summaries/ZKHHV-Alex-Elle-Self-Care-as-Generational-HealingOther podcast summaries if you're on Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/5-min-summariesOr in other apps: search 'podcast summaries'.Original episode: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/on-being-with-krista-tippett/id150892556?i=1000525900976
Alex Elle — Self-Care as Generational Healing | On Being with Krista Tippett Written Summaries: owltail.comOther podcast summaries if you're on Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/5-min-summariesOr in other apps: search 'podcast summaries'.Original episode: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/on-being-with-krista-tippett/id150892556?i=1000525900976
Alex Elle — Self-Care as Generational Healing Alex Elle complicates the idea of self-care, opening it up as community-care, as a way towards generational healing. And she’s revivifying the meaning of meeting one’s “inner child” for a new generation. Our colleague Lily Percy says she could not have survived the physical isolation of the pandemic without Alex’s writing, teaching, and Instagram presence. So Krista hands over the mic to Lily for this conversation.Alex Elle has a beloved presence on Instagram @alex_elle. She teaches workshops on “writing to heal,” and hosts the podcast “hey, girl.” Her books include After the Rain: Gentle Reminders for Healing, Courage, and Self-Love, Neon Soul, and In Courage Journal.Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.
[Unedited] Alex Elle with Liliana Maria Percy Ruiz Alex Elle complicates the idea of self-care, opening it up as community-care, as a way towards generational healing. And she’s revivifying the meaning of meeting one’s “inner child” for a new generation. Our colleague Lily Percy says she could not have survived the physical isolation of the pandemic without Alex’s writing, teaching, and Instagram presence. So Krista hands over the mic to Lily for this conversation.Alex Elle has a beloved presence on Instagram @alex_elle. She teaches workshops on “writing to heal,” and hosts the podcast “hey, girl.” Her books include After the Rain: Gentle Reminders for Healing, Courage, and Self-Love, Neon Soul, and In Courage Journal.This interview is edited and produced with music and other features in the On Being episode "Alex Elle — Self-Care as Generational Healing" Find the transcript for that show at onbeing.org.
"Generations of Healing": In the Garden with Alex Elle Our Mothers’ Gardens is a Honeybunch of Stinkweed Production and features music produced by Ptah. Our Mother’s Gardens is made possible in part by the generous donations of patrons Emmett Swan, James McCarthy, and Courtney Tracewski.
BWBW Takeover w/ Alex Elle We're talking about self-care and healing for Black women, with Alex Elle, on the last episode of The Black Woman Be Whole podcast takeover of the BeReal Podcast!
Alexandra Elle is an author & wellness consultant living in the Washington, DC metro area with her husband and children. Writing came into her life by way of therapy and the exploration of healing through journaling. Quarterly, Alex teaches workshops and retreats centered around assisting others in finding their voices through storytelling, poetry, and narrative writing rooted in truth without shame. Her mission is to build community & self-care practices through literature & language. Alex is the author of multiple books and journals, most recently After the Rain and In Courage Journal: A Daily Practice for Self Discovery 
Alex begins the episode by talking about what has changed since she was last on the show. Her book that was published in October, After the Rain, is already in its sixth printing. She discusses how the pandemic has drawn people to her messages of self care, and how her book has impacted the changing mental health landscape during coronavirus.
Alex explains how the book is written to show Black women that they are not alone and other women are experiencing similar struggles in life. We discussed the Strong Black Woman identity and how that impacts us.
To close off the episode, Alex recounts a recent experience she had with a white reader. Alex was told to not strictly identify as a Black author because it makes her works less universal. Alex goes on to explain how this made her realize that she must hone in on her identity as a Black author because self-care for Black women is necessary.

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Website: https://www.alexelle.com
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alex_elle/

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All About Healing with Alex Elle We're wrapping this season with a heart to heart with wellness consultant, Alex Elle. We&rsquo;re talking all about healing, self-love, and self-care. While we take a brief break, write us with any questions, guests or topics you want us to cover next season: thesuga@sugaberry.com Also, sign up for our newsletter to stay connected: https://sugaberry.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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