Tag Archives: vulnerability

Black Men

Black men and boys face myriad societal challenges that affect their mental health, including racial bias, police brutality, health disparities, and generational trauma. How does this affect them? They have to be the strongest, and they aren’t allowed to be … Continue reading

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Caribbean

There is something to attractive in the Caribbean. But I don’t see it from the hotels. I find it in the streets. I see a hint of what Black life could be like if it were not tampered with. I … Continue reading

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Staying on Track

I try to focus more on what being sober can bring me.  Go watch the sunset instead of going to the bar. I try to focus more on meals instead of the wine. And then there’s the nice aspect of … Continue reading

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Word of The Day

Vulnerability…the courage to be authentic the courage to be true, the courage to say, the things that needs to be said, even though it’s hard to say.

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Connection

How can you tell if you’re together but not necessarily connected? Couple connection is a feeling. Just as you can be with people and still feel alone, you can be together because there is no common ground or communication and … Continue reading

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