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Can less sex lead to more problems? Think about your sex life. Are you too busy for sex? Practicing celibacy? Here’s what can potentially happen to your body when work, school, or life, in general, gets in the way of read more about Less Sex, More Problems?
There are countless myths and stigmas that surround depression in the Black community, particularly the strong black woman. The Myths Impacting the Strong Black Woman Myths surrounding the "strong Black women" can create needless pain and confusion. It can ultimately read more about The New Face Of Depression: The “Strong” Black Woman
When the pandemic first hit in March of 2020, places you used to visit regularly, literally came to halt: restaurants didn't allow dining in, movie theaters were shut, and even churches closed their doors to in-person gathering. A lot of read more about Woman Dresses Up for Virtual Church 52 Weeks Straight!
This Do you remember when the days when kids would go outside every day? Well, the world has changed. It’s safe to say that technology has a grip on the youth like never before. From iPads to cell phones, our read more about Dirt, Depression, and Childhood Obesity: Why Kids Need More Time Outside
For a lot of people, depressive episodes can occur at any time, either in response to a life stressor or spontaneously with no identifiable trigger. However, there are others whose episodes are more predictable because they typically occur at a read more about Mood Taking a Hit Every Winter? There May Be a Reason for That
The holiday season is usually the time of the year where spirits are high and most people are filled with joy and cheer. This is however not the case for everyone. For some, this time of the year causes stress, read more about 5 Strategies To Beat The Holiday Blues