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Black Women?Mental Health?-You are not Weak

I know in passing every day, we ask someone how their day is going. But, do we really want to know? How often do you ask someone, “Hey, how are you?”, and the person responds with “I am fine”. 365 more words

Black Women

Little Voices

For good or bad people become voices in your head. I hear different people in different ways.  it is kinda weird by I hear the tone.   554 more words

Mental Illness

A letter to my grams

Grams, I love you more than you’ll ever know. You created my beautiful loving mother to start off. I can never express my gratitude for having and raising such an amazing woman. 202 more words


Talking about mania

People often ask what’s wrong when they think someone looks depressed, but you don’t get asked what’s wrong when you’re manic, and even if they did, what are you supposed to say? 427 more words


A Year to The Day...

On December 1st this time last year, I was admitted to the intensive DBT residential unit in Boston which I so often refer to on my blog. 730 more words

Mental Health

The Bell Tolls For Thee Somewhere...But Not Here!

I must admit I could not stand hearing the church sing it’s little song and then chime every hour. IT also did a half chime at the bottom of the hour. 219 more words

Myasthenia Gravis

The Unopened Christmas Present

Today is the second anniversary of my mother’s death. The Christmas season will always be tinged with sadness for me – everybody else is gearing up for the holidays while I look back to what I lost. 505 more words