Chapter 104-Juanita of The Expats International Ingrams

Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Juanita.

In this chapter, Juanita says though she’s traveled a lot, she hasn’t changed, she’s just grown. She takes us back to her life growing up in Chattanooga, Tennessee, coming through all-Black schools, and being caught between having lots of support, while also having folks that didn’t expect much out of her. Juanita touches on her experiences dealing with trailing spouse syndrome and trailing spouse depression, and how investing in a life coach helped her to come into her identity and purpose as an attorney, author, and actress. She talks about culture shock, reverse culture shock, moving continents and countries with a family while running various organizations and businesses. Juanita believes that while she doesn’t struggle with imposter syndrome, being the first sometimes can make you have to stand out alone. But with the help of gospel music and knowing she has legions of angels in her corner, she’s able to carry herself through. Shout out to Grether Juanita Tinker, Pat Key, and Joanne Bober.

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