So on December 29th, 2016 I decided to go on a social media hiatus. No Facebook, Twitter, IG, NOTHING. It was one of the most relaxing and annoying month in my adult life.
I continued therapy, meditation, working out, and connecting with myself but I knew I had to still stay connected so I only used my news app and read the news, along with my weekly podcasts. Which allowed me to stay connected.
I know, I know. It sounds out there but I truly think that was the reason. Think about it Hilary was a woman so all the FEMINIST AND WOMANIST should of voted for her, but yet Hilary lost the white woman vote if I'm not mistaken. If she didn't she definitely didn't win the numbers she was supposed to.
This is my first time back on here in a long time. Almost a full year and with that time away, much growth has occurred. I started Le Monsieur Èclectique as a resource for men similar to what women have MILLIONS of. But as I grew I realized I shouldn't let my blog and what I express be pigeon-held because of my fears. My insecurities. I don't want to be a reality tv star but I do want to help people. I remember at a friends funeral the pastor began preaching and a point he made is that "people who haven't gotten over things never shows their scars".
I still remember being held and holding partners at night...
All these books are not written by Black People but they were helpful for my Black Experience thus far. Anything with a ***indicates that several people have recommended these books including but not limited to senior executives for major companies, amazing entrepreneurs, and some of the most successful black people who work with or for major tech companies.