If there is a myth that the African American community deals with the most, it is this: “Black people don’t need to go to therapy! We’re strong all by ourselves!” Or my personal favorite: “We got the Lord on our side! We don’t need therapy!” News flash everyone, black people go to therapy as well! … More News Flash: Black People Go To Therapy Too!
The definition of fear is an unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain or a threat. So tell me what your fears are; what causes you to freeze and the hairs on your body to stand? I’m terrified of spiders and if you aren’t then check … More Scured, Ain’t You?
Hello Everyone! Today I wanted to do something new. Usually I’d give you all some poems from my poetry collection, The Diary of She, but it’s time to jump back into my zone. In order to do that I wanted to create something no one has seen before. I hope you all enjoy! Blood … More The She Series – “The Death of She”
Vulnerability was always something I feared, it represented weakness, it made me afraid of myself. As a young black person I find myself always trying to hide the deepest parts of me, silence all the loud statements that my personality makes. Vulnerability is what I’ve wanted from loved ones, it’s what I wanted for myself … More Diving into Vulnerability