Being a Black person in this country is not easy. Black people have fought for everything they have – freedom, education, the right to vote and even jobs. Many Black Leaders have taken a stand to fight for equality and … Continue reading To Stand, take a knee or sit down
Welcome to the 50 Weeks of Gratitude Challenge a genuine effort to help each of us take note of the good things in life. At RS Counseling & Wellness, we believe that sharing gratitude daily helps us all to experience … Continue reading 50 Weeks of Gratitude Challenge #30
Learn from Personal Development Coaches and Innovators from the RS Women Enrichment Community This is a VIP retreat focused on the wellness wheel utilized by the RS Counseling & Wellness Center. The retreat workshops are geared towards an intimate group focused on … Continue reading 1st Annual Women Enrichment Retreat
Love. Abundance. Fulfillment.
The Global Sisterhood Empowering Women Survivors. Continue reading #DivaSurvivors
I must say that after watching the episode, I was extremely impressed and moved to tears with the honesty of pain, depression, secrets that can lead to more pain and in some cases, take lives. The thought that Black women, as well as others, suffer in silence is outrageous. Continue reading ‘Being Mary Jane’ Explores the Ugly Truth: Depression in Black Women
Over the last few months, we have watched the soap opera called the “Brittney and Glory Show” play out in the media. Once a story about a same-sex couple openly celebrating their love for life, basketball and each other, it … Continue reading Power and Control: When Gender is Not the Issue.
“I pledge my commitment to the Blog for Mental Health 2014 Project. I will blog about mental health topics not only for myself, but for others. By displaying this badge, I show my pride, dedication, and acceptance for mental health. … Continue reading Blog for Mental Health 2014 Project: Schizophrenia in the Black Community