I usually don’t write about depression, and if I do I kind of gloss over it. I’m not specific about it I just glue it together with everything else without giving it the attention it deserves… and I think I do that because I never wanted to tap into the memories that come with thinking … More Beauty From Ashes #MHblog #mentalhealth #depression
My response to the recent article posted on Ebony magazine’s website and my thoughts on how the church should respond to mental illness. My prayers & condolences to the family of Lee Thompson Young, as well as others who have been affected by the suicide of a friend or family member.
I think a lot of mental health bloggers/advocates get caught up with how boldly they can come across… who can raise the most awareness… who’s personal story is the loudest and has the most impact… who can get the most attention and save the most souls…. I’ve gotten caught up in that. In fact, when … More The Truth of the Matter #MHblog #suicideprevention
I was having a conversation with my mom last night, and she reminded me of how I used to be a social butterfly.. uninhibited and unafraid of what people could do to me. Maybe that was because I had the child-like faith that we all seem to start out with and I believed that no … More They Can Kill The Body, But Not The Soul #mentalhealth
Just a quick video on the stigma of mental health in the African-American community created so people can start addressing and correcting the mental health problem that minorities face. Feel free to add your input 🙂 Stay strong, survivors!