Multicultural Competency & Honoring Dr. King

On Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s national holiday a couple of days ago I came across many posts on social media including images and quotes honoring and acknowledging him, his work and his legacy. I often post something as well. But this year, I chose to sit back and read the messages; watch some footage … Read more

Thanks for Your Patience

I wanted to take a moment to thank my regular readers. My subscribers over the past 3 years have known me to faithfully post my blog each week on Wednesday mornings. I took a break from the blog. Not because I wanted to take a break. But because I am committed to a level of … Read more

Living the Life I was Born to Live – An Entrepreneur’s Journey

We welcome our guest Dena Patrice this week I used to be afraid of sharing my story. I was afraid of being venerable, judged or ridiculed. I was afraid of being seen. I was embarrassed, ashamed and hurt. I grew up believing that if you excelled in school, went to college, got a good job, … Read more

Liberation Through Radical Self-Care

We welcome our guest Clerissa Cooper, MS, LPC, NCC, CCH this week Hello Folks! My name is Clerissa Cooper, and I am a professional counselor and a hypocrite. Wow! That’s one hell of a way to start a blog post, huh? But it’s true. Let me say more before your mind goes wild with all … Read more