Black Women and Toxic Faith

Today’s topic is a deep one for me. I had been sitting on the topic for awhile and didn’t in any way want to step on people’s toes. This past week in conjunction with watching Married at First Sight the Paige and Chris situation. A quote on quote Relationship Guru Derrick Jaxxon was exposed in…

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Grief Journal

One thing I noticed as a counselor is that life never really slows down after death. Which leaves a lot of us in an unfortunate predicament because we never truly get to process our grief in a healthy way. Even the students I service at my campus, pick their selves up and keep it pushing.…

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Feeling Anxious?

Hey, I wanted to check in with everyone, I know this Covid-19 has been crazy. Schools are out, people are working remotely, and some people are unfortunately out of work. I wanted to share something that has been helpful for me since I was a teenager. Writing and journaling has always been therapeutic for me.…

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Going Outside is Canceled but Romance Doesn’t Have to Be

Watching social media these past few weeks, as Covid 19 has taken over our freedom to move about the way we would typically. I wanted to encourage couples to not stop investing in their relationships. A date night can and will still do wonders on your relationship. We tend to follow the same cycle day…

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Family Actvities for Cabin Fever

So, for those who know me, know I have a pretty social daughter. She’s losing her mind during this quarantined time, meanwhile I’m living my best life. I don’t want to neglect her needs. Therefore, I compiled a list of things to do with your family while quarantined. My recommendation would be of course having…

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