Be Well Into 2019

I recently had the privilege to have a chat with a therapist who deals with a lot of broken hearts, specifically from relationships gone bad. I wanted to raise awareness on the importance of taking care of oneself during the holiday season (I also discussed this in my previous post – from a different angle). […]

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Abusive Relationships: Are People Getting the Help They Need?

​ Degradation, threats, insults, humiliation…these are just some of the occurrences in abusive relationship. Please notice that none of these descriptions have to do with being physical. A person DOES NOT have to be slapped, kicked or punched in order to be classified as a domestic violence victim.Out of the 323,000 call that were taken […]

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A Win For Sexual Abuse Survivors

Recently, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan signed into law House Bill 642, which will allow victims of child sex abuse more time to file a law suit against their victim. Under current law, victims only had until age 25. They now have up to age 38 to file the suit. The new bill is set to […]

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When Pain is Not Processed

Imagine, a piece of fruit that’s been sitting in your fridge for weeks. The time has come and gone for you to throw it out, but it continues to sit on the shelf, slowly rotting. Even though the refrigerator slows down the decomposing process, it doesn’t stop it. The fruit continues to get blacker and […]

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Our First Writing Workshop

Over the weekend, I had the priveledge of being a part of a local woman’s summit, hosted by Bernadette Brawner of S.H.E.E, Sisters Helping Empower Each Other. Bernadette held her first annual She’s Got a Story to Tell Summit and it was awesome! I had the opportunity to present a mini writing workshop to the […]

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