Freedom, happiness, confidence and courage start in the mind. The thoughts we nuture can hold us… https://t.co/d5mf9rhNKW
— Joan Walters (@iamjoanwalters) June 9, 2017
Almost everywhere, black women are faced with this question. “Should I go natural?” Most hesitate. Constantly bombarded by social media, television, societal pressure, and not to mention those personal fears…it’s hard to know for sure how beautiful your nappy hair truly is. Especially knowing that you’ve worn a relaxer, weave or wig all of your adult life.
Nappy Hair State of Mind, is a witty and soul-bearing account of Joan’s journey to overcome her natural hair fears. Her inspiring and life-changing story is a must-read for aspiring, flip-flop naturals, and existing naturalistas. It offers real help and answers to the emotional and mental obstacles that are making you anxious about starting your own journey.
What are people saying?
“Wonderfully compiled. Thumbs Up! Reading this book has encouraged me to continue on this journey and to be proud of my natural hair.” – Cassandra Robinson
“Nappy Hair State of mind encourages black women to embrace and express their personality through their nappy, kinky hair. This book is motivating as I am now transitioning from relaxed to natural hair.” – Kacia
“Her story is encouraging, informative and inspiring. Certainly gives alot to ponder in the quest to embrace one’s true self.” – Dee
“Well written expose on the challenges and joy of going back to one’s natural roots. Short enjoyable read.” – Judene Nwaojigba
“I am tired of being flip-flopping about going natural. I want to read Joan’s inspiring story.”