The "Strong Black Superwoman Syndrome"

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"Strong Black Superwoman Syndrome" is often used to describe black women who feel obligated to help others, suppress their emotions, manifest strength, and resist appearing vulnerable.

Join the MBC Support Group for Black Women on Wednesday, March 23 from 6-7pmET for an interactive group presentation that will discuss the effect "Strong Black Superwoman Syndrome" has had on black women during their cancer journey. Practical tips and interventions will be shared on how to practice self-awareness, self-care, and self-compassion.

Lisa-Nelson-HeadshotLisa Petgrave-Nelson, LMSW, OSW-C


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Wednesday, 6-7pm ET
March 23

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