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Jeannie Mai Addresses Self Love


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Jeannie Mai is addressing self-love. Check out the details revealed by The Shade Room.

‘Jeannie Mai Jenkins talks about journeying to wholeness, self-love, and the power of growing in healthy environments. Click the link in our bio to watch her powerful episode! “Don’t fake it until you make it, FACE it until you make it” The Shade Room notes.

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Someone said: ‘No you can fake it until you make it I actually encourage it because one day you’ll look up & wallah u made it …it puts a different type of manifestation into the atmosphere..of course I’d have to elaborate but for now u get the point.’

One other follower posted this: ‘Rihanna told me to fake it, Rihanna is a billionaire…we’ll get there.’

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Someone else said: ‘Just be exactly who you want to be. Authentically true. No need for knock offs,’ and a commenter said: ‘Shes milking her relationships for attention.’

A commente rposted this: ‘I use to really like her. But I will never forget her making that comment whwn she was married to the white guy about her preference of men was white men and that she likes her dark meat only on the side…..and now look at her…..but whatever ….trying to down play the brothers and now she all sprung, don’t underestimate the culture smh.’

Someone else said: ‘We know she faked it til she made it and she still is so some advice. Lmao,’ and a commenter said: ‘I like that! But I’m trying to figure out what y’all have against Jeanine lol why so y’all not like her so michb.’

Someone else said: ‘Lmfaoo that’s why so many of y’all damaged, don’t get counseling, and have skeletons in the closet of past trauma you don’t deal with. Because y’all believe in FAKING it….the world is already FAKE, how about be REAL for once. Say how you feel, deal with how you feel, and move onward. Not pretend til something is better or what you want actually comes tru.’

A follower said: ‘Here’s a thought: if you don’t like a person someone is posting about… KEEP SCROLLING. No one is forcing you to be here or comment. You letting ppl know you don’t care or are tired of her is tired. Just Sscrrrrolllllll on past it. Not that big of a deal. Y’all just some attention seekers.’

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