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Peer support can make an impact in these types of crisis situations because you are talking to someone who just "gets it.”

I am a black woman in deep pain. Self-care for me is a full-time job.

Historically, seeking therapy in the Black community has been a taboo subject.

The growing mental health crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic is not affecting everyone in the United States equally, and the data must be broken down to know where disparities exist.

For multiracial people, imposter syndrome goes deeper than our ability to compete with others in skills or knowledge.

In today’s “deinstitutionalized” world, prisons and jails function as makeshift asylums with the shared goal of containing and segregating Black and Brown disabled communities from the rest of…

As a Christian, I find comfort in prayer and the power of my faith. As a Black woman thriving with a mental illness, I know that “faith without works is dead.”

We should reconsider how we think, discuss, and implement resilient strategies.

The pain is palpable. It feels heavy. Sometimes it feels like I can’t breathe.

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