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3 Signs of Low Self-Esteem

In the spirit of Women’s History Month, I want to acknowledge the outstanding women leaders I have the opportunity to serve and support as they change work environments and the world through the hard work and decisions they make daily. Many of my readers already know that I work with military populations and have the

The Myth of the Angry Black Woman

My fellow Black women, let’s talk about something that’s been lingering for far too long – the so-called “Angry Black Woman” stereotype. It’s time to unravel the layers, break free from harmful labels, and celebrate the incredible strength and resilience that defines the essence of Black women’s mental health. I don’t know about you, but

Journaling: The What, Why, and How

Journaling is more than writing. It’s an avenue for self-exploration and can help our minds release stress, boost memory, and enhance creativity. The consistent practice of journaling has a variety of benefits. Today, I want to share a few of those benefits with you.

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