I'm Not Crying You Are: There Was Just Something In My Eye (Paperback)
One study (NCBI, 2014*) showed that 63% of Black people believe that a mental health condition is a sign of personal weakness. This belief has resulted in many experiencing shame in coming forward about mental health struggles for fear of being demonized within their own community. Ok. Full transparency, this is a deep dive into my own mental struggle over not just the last three years, but the majority of my adult years until now. This is a part of my process...my progress. This is my resilience, this is me fighting back my demons and addressing my fears and faults. This is my healing and hopefully it can be apart of yours as well.