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  • Stop Calling Black Women Angry

    Stop Calling Black Women Angry0

    Stop calling Black women angry. Stop judging us by what you see on reality television. Stop holding Black women accountable for misogyny, the internet, and social pressure. It is not fair to us. And hear me out. Believe me I get it. I am raised in the same culture where sisters are being praised on

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  • A Letter to my 9 Year Old Self…..

    A Letter to my 9 Year Old Self…..0

    A Letter to My 9 year old self…… Dear Brittany, Within the next twenty one years you will experience apart of your life, where you will be forced to live in your truth. Forced because you’re ready to grow! You will find yourself in an uncomfortable situations that you took part in creating (God makes

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  • 3 Tips to Ensure You’re Financially Ready to Send Your Kids to College

    3 Tips to Ensure You’re Financially Ready to Send Your Kids to College0

    Recently my son came home from school telling me how his friends were talking about the colleges they wanted to go to. It was no surprise to me but he was clearly concerned that they were thinking that far ahead when they are only in middle school. I began to feel bad that I hadn’t

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  • 3 Things Moms Can Do to Fight Heart Disease

    3 Things Moms Can Do to Fight Heart Disease0

    Did you know that nearly half of all non-Hispanic black adults have some form of cardiovascular disease? Also, Hispanics (and African-Americans) with high blood pressure are less likely than Caucasians to get their condition under control. This is a serious problem in communities of color that can largely be prevented if we take the right

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  • Why It Is Important To Teach Black Children About Stroke Prevention

    Why It Is Important To Teach Black Children About Stroke Prevention0

    Did you know that as a minority,  your child has a higher chance of getting a stroke? Things like family genetics of diabetes, high blood pressure, and Sickle Cell Anemia can definitely play a role. Growing up in the South, I get it. We were raised on pork back and butter. Sunday dinners were delicious

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  • Single Moms Are Overachievers

    Single Moms Are Overachievers0

    Single moms are Overachievers. I don’t say that statement to search for your approval. I say that because it is true. And for the longest, it took me a while to even speak on it. It took me time to accept that and not feel guilty about it. The truth is, I am a single

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