7 Simple Steps To Beat Emotional Baggage:  How To Become Whole, Healed, Healthy & Happy 




What if I told you that you could stop the negative tape from playing in your head? What if, with seven simple steps you could leave the pain of the past behind and live everyday as your true authentic self? It is possible and you can do it. Ready? Read on…

7 Simple Steps to Beat Emotional Baggage: How to Become Whole, Healed, Healthy & Happy shares how to resolve emotional baggage and feel free to live true to your own personality, spirit and character by teaching you how to recognize the Four Life Stages of Emotional Baggage, transform negative thinking, and become equipped to boldly face emotional pain. Download your FREE copy now!



  • Learn 7 RESULTS-DRIVEN techniques to transform your negative thinking and resolve emotional baggage for a happier life.
  • Be EQUIPPED to boldly go back into your past and face traumas and tragedies that created your glass ceiling to happiness and create a re-vision for your new life.
  • Learn to IDENTIFY the Four Life Stages of Emotional Baggage and reasons to not stay stuck.
  • Learn to SOLVE an emotional equation to review your emotional growth and development annually.
  • Learn to IDENTIFY success blockers and resolve emotional baggage.












EHP 33: Fatherless Forsaken Forgiven

Imagine being so affected by the void of not having your father present in your life as a little girl, that it impacted decisions you made as a grown woman. Many of us grew up without a strong and healthy male figure in our lives yet very rarely do we ever openly discuss the long lasting affects it leaves on our self-esteem and decision making.

In Episode 33, Fatherless, Forsaken and Forgiven – I interview Shanice Stewart who shares with you her story of how being heartbroken at an early age led to some devastating decision making and how she forgave her father after so many years of agony. Be sure to catch the Forgiveness exercise! I’m sure it will transform your life. Watch now! 
Host: Anita Washington, That Anita Live

Topic: Fatherless Forsaken Forgiven

Guest: Shanice L. Stewart

Guest’s Blog: https://www.ShaniceLStewart.com/

Shanice and I would love to hear from you. Did any of her story resonant with you? Have forgiven your father? Even if he was present in your life, he wasn’t perfect. Leave us your thought and comments below.

EHP 032 How To Build After Brokenness

How To Build After Brokenness – After your life has fallen apart, how do you dust yourself off and start to rebuild. Taneya Pair knows the feeling of being lost, alone and broken. After experiencing back to back tragedies she fell into a season of depression. She’s one of six authors in a new collaborative book titled, Women Who Overcome and she shares that no matter what you’ve been through or what you may be going though – whether or not you get off the spin cycle of despair is a decision and only you can make it. Trust me, you can do it. There isn’t anything you’ve experienced that you can’t overcome and put behind you. Remember, you first have to look up, to get up, and move on. I hope you enjoy the interview. 

Host: Anita Washington, That Anita Live

Topic: How To Build After Brokenness

Guest: Taneya M. Pair

Instagram: @TaneyaMPair

EHP 031 Earning The Impossible Dream

Stop saying ‘if this’ or ‘but that’ and start earning your impossible dream. As a very strong willed pregnant teen, my guest very quickly fell on hard times, living at times without heat and running water. Though she barely had a roof over her head, what she did have was the desire to achieve. In her fight to improve her life she manage to get the one thing that has proven to successfully enhance and upgrade any situation you may find yourself in, she manage to get a college education, earning not just her bachelor’s degree but her doctorate degree from Yale University. Dr. Deb is proof, nothing is impossible. She is currently a very proud, giving and adored teacher at Loudoun School for the Gifted.
If there is something noble you’d like to do, a passion you have or a dream you’d like to realize. There has been no better time in history, to get up and do something about it. Information is available everywhere, but you have to put in the effort to find it and then put it to good use to make it work. Success is not delivered, it has to be achieved. And just like Dr. Deb, you can do it!

Host: Anita Washington, That Anita Live
Topic: Earning The Impossible Dream

Guest: Dr. Deborah March

Guest’s Blog: http://truthinmedia.edublogs.org/

Dr. Deb and I would love to hear from you. Did any of her story resonant with you? Have you ever had to overcome a tough time? Leave us your thought and comments below. 

EHP30: How To Build Your Self-Esteem

This week we’re talking – Self-Esteem! What do you do when you’re self esteem tanks?

We all know that our worth and self-value starts in childhood and that, as adults, we behave according to what we believe and how we feel about ourselves. Take your self-esteem and identify seriously. Identify a way to work on strengthening your self-esteem every day. Need an idea, keep reading……

My guest is one mother that took matters into her own hands. When her daughter began to question her worth and her identity, Mom got busy! Múkami Kinoti Kimotho’s designed and produced a line of 13 dolls to impact the lives of children worldwide. But to her surprise, many adult women started purchasing the dolls for themselves. They stated, the dolls symbolized pride, motivated them and touched them deeper than affirmations. So now, along with affirmations on the refrigerator, they now have an Avatar on their desk. Encouraging them to stay the course and follow their plans to design a life around the things they like to do versus the things they must do.

To find out more about the dolls, visit Royelles.com or find them at Facebook.com/royellesdolls.

What affirmation or symbol do you have to lift your spirits when you’re feeling low?

EHP 29: How Volunteering Makes You Happy

Research has proven, that volunteering makes you feel good about yourself. It strengthens your self-esteem, gives you a sense of purpose, builds vocational skills and fills your heart with love. How? Well, read on…

Volunteering releases endorphins in your brain that pop and fizz like fireworks dedicated to just you. Schinnell Leake, founder of Extraordinary Birthdays has seen it. In our interview she explains how she’s seen it affect the people that volunteer for the birthday parties she host for children in homeless shelters. Imagine a full parade of people praising you because you did something good for someone else. See how that feels? Good right?

Volunteering has also proved to reduce stress because it fills you with a sense of purpose and accomplishment. Of course it does, when you feel good you do continue to do good things. You feel like all things are possible, if you just try. This gives you the power to push forward in life.

It does wonders for your career by giving you a place to learn and practice new skills. Volunteer time has launched many successful people into new careers. Experience and expertise, counts – no matter where you hone the skill.

Even if your recently retired from work, don’t retire from life – volunteering can keep you mentally stimulated and fill your heart with love. Watch now!

Host: Anita Washington, That Anita Live

Topic: How Volunteering Makes You Happy

Guest: Schinnell Leake

Guest’s Website: http://ExtraOrdinaryBirthdays.org/

Schinnell and I would love to hear from you. Do you volunteer on a regular basis? Are you interested in volunteering with Extraordinary Birthdays? Leave us your thoughts and comments below.

EHP28: How To Use Spoken Word To Forgive

Spoken Word, an expressive technique that can be used to help you heal emotionally. Forgiveness is both complex to understand and difficult to do. We all experience offenses, but what is the process we use to forgive? Kezia Snipe, expert Spoken Word artist shares with us how she uses both spoken word and journaling as a way to reduce stress and heal from past disappointment. When you watch this interview, I’m sure you will enjoy the performance of her original work appropriately titled Forgiveness. 
 Host: Anita Washington, That Anita Live
Topic: How To Use Spoken Word To Forgive

Guest: Kezia Snipe

Guest’s Contact: Instagram.com/heytherekezia

Kezia and I would love to hear from you. Have you ever tried journaling? Do you enjoy Spoken Word events? Leave us your thought and comments below













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