A few weeks ago I watched a full interview that Oprah facilitated with our former First Lady, Michele Obama on her newest book "Becoming Michele Obama". I have not read her book yet but it's on my bucket list of books I want to read for sure. This interview truly captured my attention because she was very authentic and transparent as she shared snippets of her book to a very broad audience.
Last year, the sitcom, “Blackish” had a very heartfelt and the most realistic episode I have seen on T.V. in a while about Post-Partum Depression. I watched the episode twice, once alone and once with my husband, and I cried both times. Even my husband got emotional because it bought back the feeling of helplessness as he watched me suffer as I gave birth to our first child. It brought back so many memories for us.
Back in April 2018, I got the opportunity to be interviewed by Mrs. Dylesia Barner, Doctoral Student, LCSW, Business Owner, International Speaker and so many other things 🙂 She is truly making an impact on so many lives and I am so glad that we crossed paths. Check out my interview below.
If I asked whether you were the victim of childhood emotional neglect (CEN), would you know how to answer? Probably not. CEN is often misunderstood and therefore, misdiagnosed. Childhood emotional neglect means an individual was not provided the emotional support from parents and other adults that is required to grow up to be a confident … Continue reading What is Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN)
When I heard this song by Johnathan McReynolds's, "Comparison Kills" my spirit was leaping in bounds because I just knew that I had to blog about it. It is such an authentic and heartfelt song. This song is so relevant in today's society. We are fixated on images and seeing others on social media and … Continue reading Comparison Kills
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In this vlog, I will address the different types of grief and share with you a little bit of my story.
Did you know that grief in children can look very different compared to adults? Often times I believe that we underestimate how the death of a loved one can affect a child. Based on the child’s age and level of maturity it could look different within each stage in their life. How any child or … Continue reading Helping Children Cope with the Loss of a Loved One