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Verbal Abuse
Are you in an abusive relationship? Here are 10 subtle signs of verbal abuse.
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Monday's are often seen as the beggining of another work week, but this doesn't have to be the case. In fact, I would argue that Monday is the perfect time to set yourself up for success.
Mindfulness meditation reduced stress, heighten self-awareness and can even improved physical health.
Depression Symptoms and Help
Depression among African Americans is on the rise. Here are some symptoms to look out for and advice on how to get help.
Men of metro Detroit — 18 years of age or older and with or without health insurance — will be treated to a free health event on Oct. 8 at the Ford Field. The event will include screening for some of the most curable and preventable illnesses.
Shannon Monet is a Michigan teen is speaking up and transforming her own traumatic experiences of bullying into hope and victory.
The study of Racial Trauma has been made official
We firmly believe that all Black women require some sort of therapy or coping mechanism for the constant racial trauma inflicted on them day after day — that includes even those who offer therapy to others for a living. Racist incidents played out on TV and social media — like...
Dr. Joanne Frederick psychologist and doctor
Will Smith’s reaction to Chris Rock’s untimely joke at the Oscars brought even more light to a condition that many people may not have been aware of before — alopecia areata. Alopecia areata is an autoimmune condition that affects up to 6.8 million people in the U.S., according to National...
Recording a song at Big Sean Studios inside the Lloyd H. Diehl campus of the Boys & Girls Club of Southeastern Michigan (BGCSM) is just one of the many daily choices for a young aspiring artist. With the Sean Anderson Foundation’s initial investment in the Dick & Sandy Dauch...
Statistics show that six percent (4.8 million) of Black and African American people reported having suffered from a mental illness. Yet, only one in three Black Americans who could benefit from mental health treatment receives it — leaving nearly 55% of Black and African American adults with serious mental...
Coping During Another Pandemic Winter It's that time of year again. You know, when the cold weather and shorter days start to get to you? When all you can think about is hibernating until spring? Don't worry, you're not alone. As the season shifts, so can our mood. We typically call...
LET ME TELL YOU A QUICK STORY OR TWO. I grew up with 16 siblings. Yeah, I know, that’s a lot of humans! We weren’t just poor; we were relentlessly poor and under the constant attack of poverty. We didn’t always have heat, so we would boil water on the...

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