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Unworthiness is a Belligerent B*!ch


Unworthiness is a Belligerent Bitch! Now let me warn you, you can not play with this bitch, she will bite, stab, and kill anything with hope and life! She will steal your destiny, she will have you settle in relationships that you know are far below and beneath you; yea the sex is good, but what value is it bringing you? She will have you stay and accept dysfunction as if its normal. will come to you and steal all your sh*t! She will make you feel shame and justify deserving punishment. She will rearrange your space for you to live a little, small, and futile life. She will overdraw your bank account, she will  block you from having meaningful friendships outside of her, and she will pass these self debilitating behaviors on to your offspring with you as the catalyst! Did I mention how she will replay over and over and over again the hurtful words of your past regrets, mistakes, or words from others to justify her points. She will, if you allow her, emotionally and psychologically manipulate you out of Mastering you!

Oh, she is a cunning and a masterful manipulator that will have you believe that your voice is not worthy to be heard. She convinced you to not speak your truth, to not give the world or yourself the best in life, and to not pursue your passions because she claims no one else will care or take notice. She is a STRAIGHT UP Lying-Arse B*!ch!

Unworthiness will cause you to chase people and things that would only harm your soul upon receipt.

-Shannon Evette 



Do not allow unworthiness to continue with its lies about you that you do not matter, that you cannot start that business, that you cannot write that book, that you cannot have loving and supportive relationships. She is a THIEF and a LIAR! And we no longer allow her to have control over our lives anymore! We are taking back our lives, passions, dreams, and aspirations.


You see my sister-friend, you are VALUABLE! Your experiences, your wisdom, your gifts are needed to be shared with the world. What is it that makes you valuable? You know something or you have the ability to provide a service that will assist someone out of a problem and lead them to a solution or some type of pleasure in life. SO there my dear sister-friend, you are so valuable. You have so much to offer and sitting on your talents is an insult to the Creator, for nothing is a waste or a mistake, and  DEFINETELY NOT YOU 

So my sister-friends, when you evict that B*!ch, replace that space she once occupied in your mind with appreciation of yourself. Appreciate yourself. Retell the story of you to you. If you have suffered unfortunate experiences, then go back in your mind’s eye and recreate the experience in how you would have liked it to have gone. Reprogram the whole experience to detach that negative emotion or feeling you felt from the actual experience to what you would have wanted to happen. From there give yourself permission to have compassion for yourself. Conquer your days with Faith, Love, and Compassion! Walk in your power of Love, Peace, and Manifestation of every good thing. Because YOU ARE WORTHY!

“Your crown has been bought and paid for. Put it on your head and wear it”

– James Baldwin




Hello to all My M&Ms (Melanin Mamas)! I am Empress Tye and welcome to this sacred space of healing, encouragement, and community through the ideals of wombman-hood, Mothering, and awakening of the Divine Feminine. As a wombman of color, I aspire to share not only my spiritual journey and life hacks I have learned over the years but to collaborate with wombman all over who desire to share and walk in their Divine calling. Peace and Love

2 comments on “Unworthiness is a Belligerent B*!ch

  1. The belligerent unworthiness you so eloquently described is actually chronic depression. I am recovering from it.
    It doesn’t affect your mood the way major depression does. Chronic depression affects your judgment of self and others.

    I’m finally recovering from it, and I lucked up on a great therapist. All of a sudden, everyone I come in contact with treats me well.

    Take care of yourself. It is a fact that black women are more vulnerable to depression than the total population.

    Liked by 1 person

    • You are correct, Blk women are more vulnerable to chronic depression and it is so imperative that we seek the necessary assistance towards healing. As I tell many women that I consult with, before seeking any assistance, try to outline for yourself what your desired goals and areas on life that you desire assistance in. That way you can ensure whomever you seek counsel from aligns with your goals and is for the betterment of your wellbeing. Thank you for commenting on our post!


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