A Safe Space to do REAL Work on Yourself!
I Come from Light.
I Am Light.
I Won’t Dim My Light.
-From the REAL Women Manifesto
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“Dr. Trenace Richardson is the REAL DEAL! What I love about her mission is her gentle yet strong, confident yet humble presence among women. A dynamic and engaging speaker, she has mastered the skill of keeping women committed to the evolutionary process of transformation through sisterhood and service. Every woman needs a community of REAL WOMEN like this!”Vikki Johnson
“There has been a need for a platform such as REAL Women for a long time. We, as women, most often keep too much of what bothers us internally. We are fearful, ashamed, embarrassed, distressed, and even more. We think that if we take the “mask off” it will in someway demean us. REAL Women has even helped me find ME. The women around you become so vested in what’s happening to them that they can relax and be themselves.”Gloria J.
“Real Women, Real Conversations, Real Thought Provoking. Real women is the place to be for you to have honest and open discussion without fear of judgement. Dr. Richardson is an anointed woman of God who has a heart to reach women where they really are. Her sessions are not church as usual. You walk feeling uplifted, knowing that other women have experienced your issues. She is engaging, fun, and transparent. If you are ready to “Keep it 100,” her sessions are a must. Every time I am able to attend I leave revived. I have attended a lot of conferences, retreats, Bible studies, and church services, I don’t remember most of them. I remember each and every session that I have attended with Dr. Richardson! I think that says it all!”Etrulia L.
“Ethel M.I recently attended a REAL Women sister circle. The facilitator Trenace Richardon was masterful in the manner in which she set the tone of the sister circle with her transparency and spiritual wisdom. Her “cabinet” of women were supportive, sharing, and very talented. It was my first but certainly, not my last sister circle. The love, openness, sincerity, truth, and honesty were REAL. Seldom does a group of ladies of varying ages experience such a connection of respect and, yes, spirituality in such a short period of time. I left the group more aware of myself and the roles I have found myself playing that I no longer will play. I advise all ladies who are looking for a safe place to work on themselves and remove their “masks” and truly respect who they are to become a part of a RW sister circle.”Ethel M.
We are elated to present a blog post from our Resident Soul Care Facilitator and the co-founder of Ground Zero, Ashley Gilbert. Ashley is about to help you get your life together related to your triggers. This post can be life-changing if you allow it to be....read more
We are elated to present a blog post from our Prince George's County Sister Circle Lead Facilitator, Nephateria McBride. Here, she processes what being without her grandmother for 90 days has been like for her. Experience it here and share your thoughts by leaving us...read more
Know Your Squad My 15-year-old daughter experienced her first heartbreak this year. She found herself liking this little boy. Let’s call him Mike, and he liked her too. He even asked her to homecoming, but as time went on, he told my baby that she was too shy. When I...read more
We are elated to present a blog post from our soon to be REAL Women Northern Virginia Lead Facilitator, Rhonda Ragsdale. She asks an incredibly important question of each of us. Will you choose to shine your light or dim it? Experience it here and share your thoughts...read more
We now present Part 2 of a very honest and vulnerable blog post from our REAL Women Prince George's County Lead Facilitator, Nephateria McBride. She continues a very personal voyage through the loss of a loved one. I know that if you have ever had to deal with the...read more
Today is May 30, 2018 and it’s been 53 days since I sat in the hospital room and watched you take your last breath. I know how many days it’s been because I count them. I have somehow convinced myself that when I get to a certain number of days, it won’t hurt as...read more