Sleeping & Breathing Misses in the Black Community | Karese LaGuerre

Speaker 2 (30:48):

My husband would say that I am like very picky with food. And when I, when I say I’m picky with food, like we’ll go out to eat. It’d be like super fancy restaurant. And he’ll be like, how’s the food? And I’m like, eh, it tasted like food. So I have a hard time enjoying food. That’s like outside food, but my, my mother makes like a really fantastic stew chicken that I would say is my absolute favorite dish. You know? So it doesn’t sound nice and fancy, but a lot of fancy things also don’t impress me. So

Speaker 1 (31:21):

That’s right. So you said your mom makes stew chicken. Where’s your mom from?

Speaker 2 (31:27):

She is from St. Vincent St. Vincent. My father is from an Island a little bit more to the East. He is from Barbados and they met here in America and here I am.

Speaker 1 (31:39):

Nice. You’ve got a nice Western being mixed all up in there. That’s beautiful. Awesome. Well, thank you so much Karese for all of the important information that you shared with us. And I think that it’s going to be so helpful to our listeners, especially to understand that we have to be really proactive in trying to get the information that we need for, to make sure that we’re okay, because we have to advocate for ourselves a lot of the time, you know, we have to make sure that we do that. And, uh, one thing that I know that I like to do is make sure that my kids are talking to their doctors so that my kids are asking Google questions so that they know that it’s important for them to advocate for themselves. And I’m not always going to be here, but you need to be able to talk and, and say, well, why is this feeling this way? And what is it that I need to do? And that sort of thing. So thank you. Welcome. It was such a pleasure. Thank you. Yes. Well, maybe we can have you on again, who knows another time. Awesome. Thank you. Hey, did you enjoy that episode? If so, please be sure to subscribe, download, rate, review, and share. It would also mean the world to me. If you became a patron over at Patriot, the information is in the show notes. Thank you. And we’ll see you next time.

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