Dear Sisters and Brothers: This Tool Kit is for us—developed by and for people of African ancestry to comfort and inspire us in these difficult times. It provides resources to help us take care of ourselves and each other, and
9 tips for coping with a noisy holiday Americans celebrate our country’s birthday with parades, picnics and cookouts. For many, the fireworks are the “icing” on the cake of the 4th of July. But for individuals with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), explosions
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It’s hard enough raising kids with a partner, let alone parenting on your own. It takes confidence, resilience and courage. If you’re a single mom or dad, rest assured you’re not alone: according to the United States Census Bureau, one
Some couples choose to have a baby to celebrate their stability or to strengthen their relationship. They think that a baby will bring them closer together, and that life after childbirth will be a time of tenderness, intimacy, and maturity.
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After the holidays, I see a lot of people recovering from spending too much time with their families. Before the holidays, they mistakenly thought to themselves, “This year will be different; this year we’ll have a nice time together.” But
Compassion is obviously a good quality in a person. But what’s often ovelooked–and equally important–is the need for self-compassion. People who have compassion for themselves are happier, more optimistic and more grateful than those who are harder on themselves, according to research