Posts tagged "depression"

6 Ways to Beat the Holiday Blues

6 Ways to Beat the Holiday Blues
By Tania Brown I think it’s safe to say that the holidays are upon us. I’m ready to start playing Christmas music and stuffing stockings.  While the holidays may be a joyous time for some, for others it’s not “the most wonderful time of the year.” Some people love the snow, reindeer, lights and eggnog... Read more »

Parenting: When to Cut the Cord?

When is it Time to Let Go of Your Children? By Kym B. It took a long time for me to cut that cord I had roped around my daughter, who is now a junior in college.  Let her tell it, the knot is still wrapped around her, but little does she know I have... Read more »

Sad? Let’s Talk

Sad? Let’s Talk
By A Comeaux I won’t ask you to be honest no more than I will bare my innermost darkest ills, but I will address mental health in the urban community and how at least in the Black community, the cry for help is often more taboo than being homosexual. Please note by discuss I mean... Read more »
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Life...After He Walks Out

Life...After He Walks Out
The breakup wasn’t easy for you. For him, it seemed as inconsequential as placing a breakfast order. He wants the sweet pancakes and eggs, but not the wake-up cup of commitment. You wanted more than sweet nothings, so you pushed. Then he ran. The harder you pushed, the faster he ran. Now there’s no race... Read more »