Tag Archives: compassion

RAVE -Little Acts of Thoughtfulness

“I just can’t trust anyone,” my friend said through tears. “Every time I do, they hurt me.” Her story angered me—an ex-boyfriend, whom she really thought she could trust, had started spreading rumors about her as soon as they broke … Continue reading

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Journaling: Regrets

Are you satisfied with your life overall? Any regrets? Amends to make? Burning desires?      

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Journaling : Life

What is lacking in your life. How could you start feeling these gaps?  

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Mindfulness for People of Color

Can you say more about mindfulness as a tool for people of color? We know that deep relaxation is important for healing, but how do we replenish ourselves? And rest? When you poll Black women, you find that we don’t … Continue reading

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Real Life Rants

I love the rave section in my paper. It’s the first section I read, but sometimes a rant isn’t a bad thing. We need to stomp our feet, form our hands into fists, and scream. So, let’s rant, but me first. … Continue reading

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