The Remedy for Black Ladies Podcast is a weekly dialog with Dr. Pleasure Harden Bradford, a licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all issues psychological well being, private growth, and all of the small choices we are able to make to grow to be the absolute best variations of ourselves.
In case you’ve been listening to the podcast some time, you already know that after we discover exhibits we love, we attempt to convey them to the podcast so we are able to chat concerning the characters, fascinating plot traces, and naturally any psychological well being implications that stand out. On this week’s session we’re chatting about Peacock’s new sequence Bel-Air. For this dialog I’m joined by our Affiliate Producer, Ellice Ellis and Senior Producer, Fredia Lucas.
Throughout our dialog, we explored what we’re loving concerning the new sequence, what we discover makes Bel-Air a recent tackle a nostalgic traditional, a number of the psychological well being considerations impacting the characters, and naturally our predictions for the season. In case you haven’t had the time to look at Bel-Air you might need to put this episode on pause and put it aside till you might be caught up as a result of there are undoubtedly spoilers on this episode.
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Govt Producers: Dennison Bradford & Maya Cole Howard
Producers: Fredia Lucas & Cindy Okereke
Assistant Producer: Ellice Ellis