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Intrusive Thoughts & Why We Have Them 

From the moment you get up in the morning until your head hits the pillow, your mind produces an average of 70,000 thoughts. There are 86,400 seconds in a day, so that’s a lot of thoughts! Because we live in a…

How To Decide If Online Therapy Is Right For You 
Overcoming Impostor Syndrome 
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Suicidal Ideation In Millennial Women Of Color 

Life can be difficult. Work, dating, marriage, raising children, and losing loved ones. Sometimes, the pains of life can be so intense that an individual wants to do something harmful to end that pain.  But what happens before then? Are…

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Yoni Care Alternative Care For Our Sacred Space
Yoni Steaming Benefits: Alternative Care For Our Sacred Space 

As women of color, we are often directed by society on how to best deal with our physical and reproductive care without knowing the serious ramifications. It is no surprise that people of color have a tumultuous relationship with the…

How To Sleep Better: I Solve My Problems By Going To Bed 
How To Take Care Of Yourself: Sustainable Female Rituals 
What is women self pleasure?, the stigma women face every day when it comes to self pleasure (exploring their own bodies through masturbation)
Self Pleasure: Kicking The Stigma Of Female Masturbation 

The M-word, masturbation (women self pleasure), can be a very touchy subject. It still remains a major taboo despite the fact that the world has become more open about sexuality. This idea of touching yourself can make even the most…

Black Women Do Yoga and Pilates, Too 
Emotional Eating Disorder: Am I Eating My Feelings? 
How Does Fashion Impact Mental Health?
How Does Fashion Impact Mental Health? 

Picture this —you are getting ready to go out for a Girls Night. It is late and part of you would rather skulk into a giant t-shirt and cuddle up to Netflix. But you promised your friends. Rummaging through your…

Carnival Ready Or Not, This is the Body You’re Getting 
Women In The Workplace: Censor Their Personalities To Be Accepted 
Unemployment And Mental Health; The Link Between Them
Unemployment And Mental Health: The Link Between Them 

Losing (or not having) a job can have a negative effect on your emotional well-being. Not only have you lost a steady source of earnings, but also your sense of purpose. Being unemployed can cause you to feel helpless, out…

Career vs Family: Choosing Between Job And Family 
How To Deal With Rejection And Overcome The Fear Of Rejection 
How Being stuck In A Pandemic Changed My Life
How Being Stuck In A Pandemic Changed My Life 

The Pandemic Changed My Life The air is still, the streets are empty, but life behind walls has been everything but calm. Life and everything as we know it changed, and now the new task that we face is adaptation….

COVID-19 Pandemic Ruined These 5 Things For Me 
My Ex-Boyfriend Is A Sexual Predator 
best life lessons during the pandemic, My friend Khadijah always reiterates that in everything, there is something to be grateful for
The Best Lessons Learned In Life During The Pandemic 

In An Instant, Everything Changed On March 6, 2020, Jamaica announced its first case of COVID-19, the mysterious virus that has been — and still is — wreaking biological havoc all over the world. Since then, the ticking of the metronome of time and…

5 Lessons The Covid-19 Pandemic Taught Me 
Just A Little Crush…Or Is It?: Lessons On Love From An Unlikely Source 
Intrusive Thoughts & Why We Have Them 

From the moment you get up in the morning until your head hits the pillow, your mind produces an average of 70,000 thoughts. There are 86,400 seconds in a day, so that’s a lot of thoughts! Because we live in a…

How To Be Vulnerable and Why It’s Important for Better Mental Health 
Why Am I Always Bored? The Psychology Behind Constant Boredom 
Wondering why you can't ever seem to be satisfied with your accomplishments, even though you worked hard for them? It may be impostor syndrome
Overcoming Impostor Syndrome 

“Chasing dreams is a marathon, not a sprint.” Nipsey Hussle  (August 15, 1985- March 31, 2019) Imagine running your victory lap. It’s the final stretch, and you’re exactly where you’d only dreamed of before this point. You’ve made it. You’ve…

How To Take Better Care Of Yourself At Home 
How To Be A Better Friend (Even Though We’re All Stressed Out) 
Intrusive Thoughts & Why We Have Them 

From the moment you get up in the morning until your head hits the pillow, your mind produces an average of 70,000 thoughts. There are 86,400 seconds in a day, so that’s a lot of thoughts! Because we live in a…

How To Decide If Online Therapy Is Right For You 
How To Cope With Sadness 
Composite design with picture of Black woman with Havana twists and wearing cat-eye-shaped eyeglasses, looking down and away from the camera.
Suicidal Ideation In Millennial Women Of Color 

Life can be difficult. Work, dating, marriage, raising children, and losing loved ones. Sometimes, the pains of life can be so intense that an individual wants to do something harmful to end that pain.  But what happens before then? Are…

A Quick Guide To Trauma Responses: Fight, Flight, Freeze, Fawn 
How To Find A Culturally Sensitive Therapist 

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My boyfriend wants an open relationship, Being together for three years he brought it up in a way that makes it seems like I have no choice but to accept
My Boyfriend Wants An Open Relationship, But I Don’t 

So, my boyfriend of three years recently told me that he wants an open relationship. If that wasn’t bad enough, he brought it to my knowledge in a way that makes it seem like I have no choice but to…

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Mother, I Don’t Want To Get Married 

My boyfriend and I have lived in the same community for pretty much our whole lives. We’ve known each other for so long that, at least to me, we’re more like brother and sister than anything else. My mother is…