By Sara Ali, LPC-I, MS, Madiha Tahseen, Ph.D. Is this story familiar to you? Malaika’s mom hasn’t been feeling well and was recently diagnosed with COVID-19. She gets the dreaded call that her mom is having difficulty breathing and is
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WHEN THEY SEE US tells the harrowing story of New York’s Exonerated Five. A film in four parts, the series chronicles the wrongful arrest and incarceration of teenagers Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, Yusef Salaam, Raymond Santana Jr. and Korey Wise.
You are probably a bit of a blamer – most of us are. But why should we give it up? In this witty sequel to our most watched RSA Short, inspirational thinker Brené Brown considers why we blame others, how
By Sara Ali, LPC-I, MS, Madiha Tahseen, Ph.D. As we all move through this pandemic, it is highly likely that we have lost a loved one or know someone who has lost a loved one. COVID-19 has changed the way
In the last few years, Netflix has completely transformed the way many Americans watch movies. Long gone are the days of driving to the video store, browsing through the aisles of endless new releases. Now, you can do it all, right from
Research shows that supportive relationships are good for our mental and physical health.1 However, dealing with chronically “difficult” people and maintaining ongoing negative relationships can actually be detrimental to our health. The toll of the stress can affect us emotionally and physically.
Racial Media Violence is Stressful This month Black America awoke to news of two troubling killings of Black males by-way of police encounters. For most people of color, it becomes increasingly impossible to escape the barrage of news coverage broadcasting