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Journaling is a Great Tool for Kids. Here’s Why

I have always loved journaling. I also encourage my young clients to write down their thoughts and give power to their words to cope and process their thoughts. The struggle between screen time and esteem issues among kids has always been a concern. But the number of kids in mental and emotional crisis has skyrocketed […]

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Author Advice

Being a Human is Hard: Advice for Protecting our Mental Health

There are endless memes on social media bemoaning the difficulty of “adulting.” Adulting” (navigating your day as a grown-up) is definitely challenging at times and I’m sure I am not the only one who longs for the time when the most complicated part of our day was choosing between white or chocolate milk at snack […]

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General

People still need Us. We still need People

I am very blessed to have navigated these last 12+ months of COVID-19 and still have an upbeat outlook on life. I live in a nice neighborhood. I work with many people who never lost their job. In fact, (fortunately for us, but unfortunately for the world) my family and businesses continue to flourish despite […]

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When it Feels Like the Naysayers are Everywhere, Rise UP!

I am “Ms. Positive” all the time. In public, I project confidence and determination. But behind closed doors, no one is harder on themselves than me. Yes, me. The one who preaches daily about blocking out the noise and pursuing your dreams against all odds. I just released my Kayla series, the most ambitious dream […]

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A Black Queen Who Inspired This Former Princess

Determination and drive are in my DNA. I am not “built” to back down from what I believe. And I have the past and present Black Queens in my life to thank for it. Especially my beloved mom. My parents are an interracial couple who married in 1970. A climate then was nowhere near as […]

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Black History Month: SheRoes and Queens

I have so much to say about Black History Month, I honestly don’t know where to begin. Some of the following are my own thoughts, but some are also images/memes from other sources that sum up what’s in my heart more than I can ever say. This February, I encourage everyone to learn as much […]

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