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  • Born with less but your still precious.

    I like to think of the importance of life are like gems. Growing up my grandmother would give me simple advice on a frustrating situation most common young girls or young women  on a daily face when growing up…. she’d say “that’s a gem, put it in your pocket, you’ll need it later.” I never […]

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  • Megan Thee Stallion Launches Website With Mental Health Resources For The Hotties

    Source: Noam Galai / Getty Megan Thee Stallion is at it again. This time, the Grammy award-winning femcee is using her gigantic platform to champion mental health wellness. On Sunday, the Houston native launched a new website called “Bad Bitches Have Bad Days Too” that offers mental health resources to fans in need. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OUR […]

  • The Beauty in A Pause

    “Let’s just take a pause”, he said. As he finished the sentence, the floodgates opened. I began to cry. There I was sitting in the office of this man I had just met for the first time crying “the ugly cry”. There was something about what he said that released fear, anxiety, and frustration that […]

  • Life is getting better

    I never know how to title these things, LOL. I still haven’t been sleeping on a ‘normal’ schedule, but have been sleeping more than I was a couple of weeks ago, before my psychiatrist cut my antidepressant in half and allowed me more clonazepam before bed. I’ve met a new friend, and he’s just fucking […]

  • “When will it end” [Poetry]

    When will it end? His words pierce me… like a million swords in my chest. His tone… makes my jaw clench. These physical … uncontrolled responses to this man… is becoming harder to hide. My chest feels tight… and I struggle to breathe… Inhale. Exhale. Inhale. Exhale. How much more can I take? Why have […]

  • PTSD Bytes #17: PTSD and relationships

    In this episode of PTSD Bytes, host Pearl McGee-Vincent discusses PTSD and relationships with Dr. Leslie Morland and Dr. Kayla Knopp, clinical and research psychologists at San Diego VA. Listen to “#17: PTSD and Relationships” on Spreaker. How PTSD can impact a relationship One person having PTSD can affect both partners in a relationship. Morland […]

  • ‘Spider-Man’ Star Laura Harrier Is a ‘Big Advocate’ for Therapy for Black Communities

    When she isn’t starring in blockbuster superhero films or covering glossy magazines, Laura Harrier is a “big advocate” for de-stigmatizing therapy and mental healthcare in Black communities. In her recent interview with Cosmopolitan, the Spider-Man: Homecoming star opened up about her personal mental health journey. The 32-year-old model-turned-actress said she struggles with “anxiety and panic […]

  • Family Discipleship: Whose Job Is It and Why Is It Important?

    I can still remember where I was sitting on the Sunday morning when I realized that I could do everything I knew to pass the baton of faith to my children, and they might not choose to follow Christ. I could bring them to church, have consistent family devotions, teach them to read their own […]

  • Do you really want to know?

    What lies over the hill? That’s a question that keeps us going, isn’t it? But sometimes what’s on this side of the hill is so beautiful that you don’t want to budge. Perpetual youth is the curse of never being curious about what lies over the hill. The rest of us, we love the view […]

  • Fall

    Hello Fall, I’ve been sitting here waiting for you Fall