Updated: Jun 13
First-generation Indian-American Foram Mehta joins Nadia Imafidon for a conversation on what to expect as a Brown girl when you go to therapy for the first time, not feeling responsible for other people's feelings, and how she's challenging Black and White thinking, among other thought traps.
As a child of immigrant parents, Foram shares some of the expectations and behaviors that were unintentionally modeled for her and how she is shedding some behaviors passed down in her lineage. She also praises and respects her upbringing for the spirituality instilled in her healing journey and the never-give-up work ethic of her parents who are small business owners.
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