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It started with a “something’s wrong” text.

Over the years, my parents had thought of me as a weak, hypersensitive woman, ungrateful to God’s many gifts.

In minority and marginalized communities, mental health is often considered a taboo or weakness--something I’ve heard should be “taken to God.” Treatment for mental illness is spoken about in even…

How can we fight the larger issues if we aren’t taking care of our strongest weapons - our minds.

I remember precisely the day that I first heard the word “depression” float into the air and for some reason the word landed heavily on me in a foreshadowing manner.

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