Choosing Celibacy As Self-Care
After embarking upon my 60-day detox and celibacy & sobriety journey, I was pleasantly surprised to find more women like myself choosing a similar path. One of those women is Kenyatta Scott.
Kenyatta Scott, a Chicago Native and graduate of UIC, with a Post-Graduate Fellowship at Yale University, and M.A. in I-O Psychology from Adler School of Professional Psychology, is the Founder & CEO of Let's Talk Incorporated. Kenyatta Scott operates as a Speech Therapy Consultant, servicing all ages and levels of speech therapy development in the greater Chicagoland area. She is also a Child Advocate and Motivational Speaker, as she diligently works to meet all of the needs within the community. Her previous Motivational Speaking platforms are on parent education, building self-esteem within youth, and sex education. She also works with Faith based Organizations , where her platform is on Celibacy as a form of Self-Care, and discovering One’s Purpose. This brand is commonly known as “The Sprinkle of Love”. She has worked alongside Nonprofit Organizations and Schools, educating youth and adults as a Literacy Coach. As if that is not enough, Kenyatta Scott is a Children's Book Author. She started her first series, The Violet Series (2016), with her first book, "Violet Finds A Dollar", which was featured on WCIU for Black History Month. This is a morally based Children's Book Series. She is Co-Author of a book for teens, "It's Just High School", and is currently working on her adult book, "I'm Everyone's Type" which is currently available for pre-sale on Amazon.com She is also a Member of Chicago's esteemed Demoiselle to Femme 40 Under 40 Young Women’s Professional League.
Tune in as we discuss the celibacy journey, the struggles and how to prepare for it.
To contact Kenyatta visit: www.kenyattascott.com