Your job can account for a lot of time out of your day. On average adults spends more than 90,000 hours in their lifetime at work. If this isn’t tiring enough, factoring in the added stressors of working in a toxic environment can make the work week overwhelming. Every workplace will have difficult people, outdated policies and seemingly inept…

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When seeking a therapist, it is natural to want to talk to someone who looks like you – even if it is on the most basic level. For People of Color, finding a therapist with the same cultural background who is also of color is a significant step toward a fruitful relationship. Culturally competent therapy…

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If you’ve ever flown on a plane then you know the routine, find your seat, buckle up and prepare for take-off. Next, comes the safety spiel so familiar that you can probably say it along. So here it goes, “in the unlikely event of a sudden loss of cabin pressure, oxygen masks will drop down…

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In honor of National Black HIV Awareness Day, it is crucial that we draw attention to the disparities of HIV rates in communities of color. Today, highlights HIV in the African American/Black community, the racial and ethnic group most disproportionately affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Even with the increased awareness in the rising rates of…

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This post is for all the women who look at themselves in the mirror with doubt, hide their pain, and question their self-worth. I am speaking directly to you in hopes that I may reach the deepest part of your spirit that has ever been crushed, dampened or bruised. Though you may struggle to see…

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