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And black women and their men everywhere are nodding their heads at this. You know when you get home and that straight wig comes off, and your hairs braided and your wrapping it up in all its black glory. Sad but true.

Black Lives Matter

Tips for raising a daughter

1.Tell her you love her. Don’t stop reminding her that your love for her is unconditional despite her age, maturity and independence
2.Comfort her. Be there always. 384 more words

Dysfunctional Part 3: Daddy Issues

 Daddy Issues

I spent most school breaks and summers on the Northend with my dad. Whenever you wanted something from my dad, you needed to put your request in at least three months in advance, because he moved when he wanted to. 2,120 more words

Is success only attributed to being educated? 

Growing up in black family has its pros and cons. Some cons are related to certain topics and issues. Education is a very broad and somewhat sensitive issue to speak about in some black families. 373 more words

Guilt is actually another personification

Growing up the fear of the unknown has been stronger than the knowing. The knowing was something,  taken for granted whilst the unknown something that really stuck subconsciously. 638 more words

She's a Bad Mamma Jamma

Continuing Clean Living Week here on the blog, is another friend of mine who recently went vegan.

You may not know Dana Young, but you probably have heard of her husband, singer L. 1,427 more words

Mommy Commentary

Mother, May I See You Heal?: Inter-generational Healing Among Black Women

I recently had the pleasure of working with a dynamic group of women to coordinate the Sacramento Black Women’s Health and Wellness Conference (SBWHWC). The event was attended by black women from all over the state of California and planning the event made my heart sing. 690 more words

Life & Healing