Book Review: Blackness Interrupted: Black Psychology Matters

“Ethnic minorities are more likely to experience risk factors such as poverty and poor health that ultimately spark mental health issues. Yet, only 1 in 3 African Americans who need mental health care receives it. “ Tamera Gittens & Nicόl Osborne Blackness Interrupted: Black Psychology Matters is a book that addresses the gaps in psychology […]

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Book Review: Reflections of an Anxious African American Dad by Eric L. Heard

“An irrational thought can spiral into unreasonable actions that can affect the next generation’s ability to heal” Eric L. Heard The Reflections of an Anxious African American Dad is about a father wanting to share with his son how his experiences as an African American have impacted who is today. The author hopes that this […]

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Playlist – Asana: Morning Meditation & Yoga

” Inhale, exhale, breathe… Good morning stretch, Reach for the stars” Natalie Lauren Asana is a morning playlist filled with affirmations, healing sounds, and mellow vibes that set the atmosphere for a great meditation and yoga session while jump starting your morning.

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Meditation

“I start my mornings with breath and a yoga pose.” – Londrelle Meditation: The act or process of spending time in quiet thought (Miriam-Webster) Meditation is simply just going to your quiet place to reset and recharge your mind. There are so many reasons you should meditate. A few reasons are the following: -Reduces Stress -Increases […]

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Refocus

I cannot believe it has been 5 days since my last post. I was sure I posted this weekend. Unfortunately, you lose track of time when you lose focus. My previous post was about taking time to pause, and I really needed that. In a future video, I will discuss all of the new milestones […]

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