My name is Jeanine and welcome to The Supreme Love Project!
After being hit with a big wave of literal deaths of close family members, dating 2 men who suffered from narcissistic personality disorder, and fielding multiple microaggressions and macroaggressions in love, life, and career as an African American woman, I almost lost my life. My anxiety and depression had become chronic and my interior life was an unmanageable, scary place.
Of course, that’s not what people saw on the outside. I had a great career, was in good shape, and lived in a beautiful place. I was professionally and socially popular, had a loving family, and a host of friends. However, if anyone looked beneath the surface, or read between the lines, they would have seen the cracks in the plaster that held my life together.
It wasn’t until an undergraduate college English composition professor asked me to write about a tragedy I’d overcome, that I began to heal and align and I knew I was onto something big and significant. Read my full story here.
If what I am describing in my own life sounds all too familiar, and you are ready to love and live in the stunningly satisfying way your soul craves, then darling, you are in the right place.
If you are ready to stand stronger, happier, and more alive than you imagine possible, then this is your moment. Let’s work together to make space for healing, connection and true, deep, meaningful happiness you desire and deserve.
Jeanine Staples is a Professor of Literacy and Language, African American Studies, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at a Research I university. She focuses on dismantling supremacist patriarchies through research, teaching, and coaching. Dr. Staples earned her bachelor’s degree in English literature and Urban Education from Howard University, a Master’s degree in Teaching and Curriculum from Harvard University and her Doctorate in Literacy and Language, with distinction, from the University of Pennsylvania. She is a sought after scholar, educator and coach and has received numerous awards and honors for her talents and professional contributions to the field of literacy studies. Most recently, Dr. Staples was named a board member for the Africana Research Center at Penn State (2013) and a Fellow for the Social Science Research Institute/Children, Youth and Family Consortium (SSRI/CYFC) (2014). She was also named a Senior Fellow at Columbia University School of Law’s Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies and Senior Visiting Scholar at the University of Rhode Island’s Harrington School of Communications (2014).
Jeanine is a Philly native. She currently resides in the quiet and picturesque town of Happy Valley, USA. When she is not working, you can find her reading in front of a fire, working out like a beast, meditating before dawn, or catching a plane to her next big adventure.