PooNannie Lessons From The Barbershop, Introduction Part 2

I learned early growing up in my daddy’s barbershop that my PooNannie is my responsibility! Girls, you have a responsibility and boys have a responsibility too, but you won’t take the same paths to become responsible adults.

My Daddy conditioned me to not be a boy/man’s play thing; to love me more than a I loved a boy/man. We all have different paths…none are any better than the other, they are all just different. But our experiences have a lot to do with who we are, including the decisions we make as it relates to sex. This video describes the foundation of my journey and can help you to start sorting what needs REconditioning in your life, for the rest of your journey.

As I said in Part I, I am not in any way saying that my father’s “way” is the only way, but I am saying that as a parent, you need to figure out how to communicate this message across to your children!

Here we grow…Grown IS Sexy! ;-)

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All the best,
Zara
Speaker, Individuality Advocate
Author of Living by Design and Living in Harmony

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About Zara Green
Hi, I'm Zara Green, A "Do Better" Fanatic and Your Advocate...I'm glad you're here! As a personal growth Author and Speaker, who's Individuality & Resilience-Focused, I spark conversations that expand thinking, encourage effective & productive responses and produce better individual decision-making and better interpersonal communications in relationships. Growing Up with Zara because life is meant to be enjoyed ;-)

2 Responses to PooNannie Lessons From The Barbershop, Introduction Part 2

  1. Tika says:

    Zara, I love how you are never afraid to say what needs to be said. Honor.Esteem.Respect.=HER

  2. Zara Green says:

    🙂 Thank you, Ms. Tika! I really appreciate you publicly sharing that. H.E.R. is every woman’s desire…and we can have it, if we’ll not settle for less. 😉 xo

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