Check out a few of my publications discussing significant loss, dating and self-care.
Thrive After A Significant Loss
Grief. It’s a painful and complex emotional process that everyone goes through but experiences differently. Defined as “a natural response to loss,” oftentimes when we think of grief, we connect it to the way in which we deal with death. However, we can grieve the loss of jobs, relationships, and routines as well.
Overcome Dating Fatigue
We are hard-wired to desire connection. After all, we are social beings. There is even immense research on the correlation between healthy relationships and mental health. But what if the quest to find and cultivate connections leads to weariness, specifically when seeking out healthy, romantic relationships?
How To Prioritize Self-Care
A Black woman is not a machine. She is a living, breathing being in need of nourishment and rest. When you first read this statement you might think, “duh, I know that!” However, are you truly living, breathing, and consciously replenishing your being? If your answer is no, you are not alone.
How to Cope With Survivor's Guilt
Imagine surviving a very traumatic event. Society, including yourself, may expect you to celebrate, rejoice, and feel grateful for being alive. But it may not be that simple — you might feel caught in the chasm between celebrating being a survivor and a new world of pain, guilt, and a brain newly wired to perceive the future as a threat.