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Be careful of individuals who say that they have all of the answers. A teacher who brags of their expertise is only fooling themselves. You will find that many people, who have suffered much, will be humble, and understand what life is really about. Finally, look deep inside of yourself and you will […]
Spend a little more time trying to make something of yourself and a little less time trying to impress people. –The Breakfast Club ❤Read more "week forty-five"
If it’s not an absolute yes, it’s an absolute no. Last month, I spent the last day of summer in a room of women chatting about all things mental health. From boundaries to finding Black therapists to generational behaviors to anxiety triggers, The Will to Be Well was a breath of fresh air accompanied by a […]Read more "week forty-four"
My mentor called me lazy and complacent. And …he’s right. Kinda. Even though he favors Obama, Omar is not a yes we can! kinda man. He is kind and well-meaning and has been in my shoes, yes, but he’s also a straight shooter—the perfect combo to push me through the slumps. And before meeting him, […]Read more "week forty-three"
forever mood ❤Read more "I Owe You Nothing: a music share"
With just ten weeks left until 2020, I’m taking some time to decide what new practices I want to implement and what I’d like to continue—in blogging and in life. And if you’re into resolutions, now is a good time to start—you know, just to see if they’re tangible goals or if you’re all talk! […]Read more "week forty-two"
My nephew is consistently teaching me. He’s so intelligent and funny and creative, but he’s also six and still learning how to process his emotions. One of the major things he’s taught me is patience. I have to remind myself of his age and even though I may know more than he does, he can […]Read more "week forty-one: Poor Behavior Needs an Audience"