I think that whatever your friend or family space is, you should be able to fit right in like how you fit in to your most comfortable favorite pair of shoes. If you feel uncomfortable or things just feel “off” then this is your sign to leave.
Race-based trauma is real and therefore most (if not all) Black women are working through trauma. I also think it’s very important to be culturally aware and to create spaces where Black women feel welcome as they are.
I knew writing was therapeutic for me and was a way that I could positively cope with the pain and isolation that I often felt. And I thought, this could possibly help others, and you don’t have to be a natural at writing to reap the benefits.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Lu Camy, a hypnotherapist who resides in Ithaca, NY. As a former client of her’s, I know how much value she brings in the work that she does with her clients and the information she offers about mental wellness. So I asked if could interview her for those looking
Back in March for Women’s History Month, I wrote a blog on self-care. I talked about the importance of self-care and why we should practice it more. This month for self-care awareness month, I want to discuss specific tips that you can use to practice more self-care.
As we conclude autism awareness month, I wanted to write about my experience with psych meds for my autistic son, Trey. I imagine that challenges are had by all when it comes to finding the right medication no matter what the issue, but this is especially challenging in the special needs’ population.
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