It irritates me when people call me bitter, or say I have an attitude.

I feel it’s just another way of calling me angry.  And as a black woman, that offends me, because I am none of the above. Yet, the world is quick to label me and my fellow sisters as ‘angry’ anwyay.

That can be particularly problematic for us in the workplace, where demeanor and etiquette can be key to your success.  In part three of my video series on the so called “Angry Black Woman Syndrome,” I speak with licensed mental health expert Asha Tarry about black women in the work place, and how this perception of us my be impacting our careers.

View part three above, and stay review the previous videos in this series below. Check out more on similar issues relating to black women living well on my site, SingleandLivingFab.com.

View part one in my series on the ‘angry black women’ issue here.

View part two in my series on the ‘angry black women’ issue here.

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