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Say More Conversation & Journaling Cards
In partnership with Omisade Burney-Scott (Black Girl’s Guide to Surviving Menopause), Say More Cards are a collection of conversation and journaling prompts that empower you to deepen your relationships with people in, preparing for, or supporting loved ones through menopause and aging — as well as your relationship with yourself.
In Your Box:
- 100 Prompt Cards filled with though-provoking questions
- 24 Creative Wild Cards
- Guided Booklet
Designed for solo or group play
100 Prompt Cards
24 Wild Cards
Shuffle each element deck (Air, Earth, Fire, Water). Decide in advance how many cards from each of the four-element decks you would like to work within your conversation. We recommend committing to at least 3 cards from each deck to start. For more robust discussions, draw 5 or more. Do what works for you!
By sharing and engaging with the Say More Conversation Cards, we can begin to reframe how we think about women’s aging health, mental health, and menopause. When we share our stories and hold space for one another without fear or shame, we are part of an infinitely larger network of support and social change. By engaging with the Say More Conversation Cards, you begin to think, rethink, and open to new possibilities for yourself and your community.
The Black Girl’s Guide to Surviving Menopause
Meet Omisade Burney-Scott
Omisade Burney-Scott (she/her) is a social justice advocate, curator of stories, and the creator of the Black Girl’s Guide to Surviving Menopause
BGG2SM is a curated intergenerational exchange for Black women, women-identified, and gender-expansive people— a space for exploration, mentorship, intimacy, and vulnerability around life, identity, and change. It’s the excavation of the things that you needed to know about your personhood through the years but were never told. It’s the guide we wish we had access to, no matter our age.
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