9-5/Entreprenuership, Cycles of Life, Failure, Faith, Fears, Millennial Life, Self-Esteem

Imposter Syndrome of a Black Girl

I am a black girl and I suffer with Imposter Syndrome. Oftentimes, I heard these words floating around but never understood it until my time came. It hit me in the midst of my last year of graduate school, perfect timing as I am looking forward to post graduate work utilizing my Masters of Social… Continue reading Imposter Syndrome of a Black Girl

Mental Health, Wellness

Peanut Butter & Jelly or Two Left Shoes – Guest Blogger Ade

​You’ve decided that it is time to seek some professional help and you’ve started the process of looking for a clinician but how do you know if you guys will work together well. A lot of the frustration people face when deciding to begin the counseling journey is feeling like they can’t or don’t connect with… Continue reading Peanut Butter & Jelly or Two Left Shoes – Guest Blogger Ade

Mental Health, Wellness

Part 4: “Live Life, Don’t Just Exist!”- Guest Blogger Signé

Welcome back for my 4th and final post on “Protecting Your Mental.” In this 4th step I want to strongly encourage you all to go out and LIVE your LIFE…….don’t just EXIST!! Have you ever just found yourself doing the everyday norm and not really doing what you want to do? Well, don’t worry because… Continue reading Part 4: “Live Life, Don’t Just Exist!”- Guest Blogger Signé

Mental Health, Relationships/Friendships, Uncategorized, Wellness

How To Help a Friend Struggling with Mental Health – Guest Blogger Markesha

Being there for a friend who’s struggling with mental health can be challenging and a bit overwhelming at times. Where do you start? What do you say? If you ask them the question of “why” are you judging them? It’s like you want to be supportive, but you’re simply not sure of how to approach… Continue reading How To Help a Friend Struggling with Mental Health – Guest Blogger Markesha

Mental Health, Millennial Life, Uncategorized, Wellness

I Need Help! But Where Do I Find It? – Guest Blogger Ade

You want professional help but feel as though you have no idea where to start? Well, I am here to start. The resources I’ll be listing today is extensive but not exhaustive. I know that finding mental health clinicians can feel like a game of “Where’s Waldo?” so my hope is to alleviate some of… Continue reading I Need Help! But Where Do I Find It? – Guest Blogger Ade

Mental Health, Uncategorized, Wellness

Does being a “Strong Black Woman” affect healthy thinking? – Guest Blogger Markesha

Being a black woman comes with its pros. I don’t know about you but I wake up feeling GOOD knowing that I have some pigment in my skin, honey! Some find it annoying, but I take it as a compliment to see women of other cultures, aka the culture vultures, fixing their hair or their… Continue reading Does being a “Strong Black Woman” affect healthy thinking? – Guest Blogger Markesha

Mental Health, Uncategorized, Wellness

Part 2 – Be Observant in Your Environment – Guest Blogger Signè

Hello and thank you for returning for Part 2 of 4 on “Protecting Your Mental Health!” Part 2: Be Observant in Your Environment A lot of times we may not realize that the exact place where we spend most of our time, whether it be home, work or out with friends is the exact place… Continue reading Part 2 – Be Observant in Your Environment – Guest Blogger Signè

Cycles of Life, Mental Health, Self-Esteem, Wellness

Welcome to 2020 – Guest Blogger Chemyeeka Tumblin

Meet Chemyeeka Tumblin   My name is Chemyeeka Tumblin. I began blogging as a way to document my growth, a reminder that no matter what life threw at me my voice could not be silenced and I was stronger than I was lead to believe. I am a Public Health professional working in Maternal Child… Continue reading Welcome to 2020 – Guest Blogger Chemyeeka Tumblin

Cycles of Life, Mental Health, Self-Esteem, Uncategorized

The Inside Job

The other night I was having a conversation about the healing process. I was speaking on my healing journey and how rewarding yet difficult it is. I realized that once you start, you can't simply stop because with each level of success there is more to overcome. I might have mentioned before in another blog… Continue reading The Inside Job