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When A Bridge Burns: Moving On Past Shaky, Unnecessary Relationships
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Pretty Was A Club And I Wanted To Belong
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Report Reveals One in 12 Products Marketed To Black Women Are Highly Toxic

Brands like Black Opal and Creme Of Nature scored poorly, and beauty products from lipsticks, concealers, and foundations to sun protective makeup came in underperforming.

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There is a certain disconnect and bias that often comes when White therapists work with communities of color.
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Ashley Blaine Featherson: Queen Esteem

"I truly believe that I am a queen. You can't tell me any different. That doesn't meant that I'm sitting on a throne everyday and I order people to do things for me. It's not that. It's...I believe that I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."

My Truth | Leah Qualls On Strong Family Bonds, Facing Fear And Navigating Life In Love

"When people try to come at me with hate and negativity now that I'm living in my truth, I don't even acknowledge it. It's like it doesn't even register. I don't ask for your understanding. But what I do ask for and demand is your respect."

My Truth | Gizelle Messina On Unspoken Truths And Tackling Life Head-On

"I actually am a person. I actually function the same way everyone else does. Just treat me accordingly is all I ask for. No matter how many times the world wants to stone me for my truth, I'm going to keep my head up."

I used to believe that love was reciprocal by nature. I had to disconnect myself from bad influences: people who didn’t support me or really care about me. I had to learn my own value and draw very bold lines in the sand in terms of the types of behaviors I would allow in my sphere.
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