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Mental health treatment is a Black tradition, white people just took credit for it
Black people aren’t resistant to mental health treatment. We’re resistant to framing it as a cure
What do you do when childhood trauma makes you close off from the care you need to heal it?
‘A Million Little Things’ powerfully reflects the truth of many Black folk’s mental health struggle
The conditioning that fuels the mental health epidemic for Black men, and how to stop it
Treatment for my suicidal ideation has not been a linear journey
Revisiting ‘Rated R’ and Rihanna’s narrative of a Black woman’s experience with trauma
Black mental health care needs to involve more than therapy
Tina Knowles reveals she put her daughters in counseling at an early age
For Black people who avoid mental health treatment for reasons other than our “culture” or fear of malpractice
There’s an app to help Black teenage girls deal with stress
To Be Young, Black and Well: A Self-Care Syllabus for a Healthy 2016
Black Apathy: Believing That Racism Is Normal
Healing Our Relationships Take REAL Empathy
COVID-19 or not, Black folks are building virtual spaces of joy, intimacy and tenderness
Reminders and affirmations to help you through quarantine
Now is an opportunity for Black folks to reimagine what constitutes loss
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