Depression in Black Woman is not as vastly reported as it is in other groups. — Read on blackdoctor.org/462194/black-women-depression/ Sad to say, I’ve been the face of depression forever!!! Good article!
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Woes Of The “Strong Black Woman”: Mental Health Is Very Real For Us | BLAVITY
The story of my life, trying to survive the “you’re the strong one”! Everybody falls weak at some point and time! Good read😊
What a incredible heartfelt story of being black living with a mental illness! We must continue to talk openly about this!!
Black Women and the Complicated Relationship with Psychiatric Medications – Therapy For Black Girls
Taking Care of Your Mental Health With Keisha Downey – Black Health Matters
http://www.blackhealthmatters.com/mind-body/taking-care-of-your-mental-health-with-keisha-downey/?utm_source=BHM+Subscribers&utm_campaign=2c10e4540c-Health+Notes&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_3d1aa39321-2c10e4540c-126438925 A must read for ladies in general, especially African American women!!
The “Strong Black” Woman
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Depression is a disease that has become sort of an epidemic in recent years and is particularly prevalent in African-American men/women. In this book, you will be given an inside view of what it is like to struggle against this debilitating condition. It’s a true story, of how one woman has battled against depression, withoutContinue reading “Grab Your Copy!”
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Good morning to all my beautiful strong women bloggers, it’s a shame just like Black History we only get a day and a month. Hell, we rock all year-long! We are mothers, wives, business owners, aunties, sisters and friends. Most of us carry the world and families on our backs, so make the most ofContinue reading “Happy Women’s Day!”
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Mental Health Awareness and Lack of Health Coverage In general, over 20% of the African-American population do not have health coverage. And this is largely attributed to their low-income or low socioeconomic status. A public health professor cited that poverty and poor health are directly correlated. This is because they have fewer or no resourcesContinue reading “Grab Your Copy!”