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What Nobody Tells You About Aging: My Response to the Leisure Seeker

Sometimes, you get a visual of something and it won’t let you be. Two weeks ago, I watched a wonderful film, The Leisure Seeker that deals with long term commitment, memory loss and growing older. There are so many things that no one bothers to mention regarding the aging process. Hearing loss, vision battles and… Read More »

Sick and Tired of Being Invisible : How to Eliminate Depression in Black Men

Black Men and depression have had an interesting relationship. We are not socialized to psychological and emotionally see men. Many of our behaviors people wrongly assume is just maleness asserted itself. Many of our behaviors people mislabel as men being men. Violent, moody, silent and unresponsive. We simple chalk it up to a gender deficiency… Read More »

Three Things that keep you from “really ” living

“To be fearless no matter what happens-that is the root of true happiness. To move forward resolutely regardless of what lies in store-that is the spirit of, the resolve that leads to human victory. But if we allow ourselves to be disturbed by petty criticism and slander, or we fear pressure and persecution, we will… Read More »

Don’t read this unless you have the Courage to be Happy

In a country where eight year old children are medicated and the topic of most adult conversations centers around what’s wrong and the type of medication that is being taken as a result, I want to address the theory that to be happy requires an inordinate amount of courage. Often times people will say or… Read More »