About me

I am a single mother of one school-age boy and a fur baby (bunny). I am also a Ph.D. student and believe in self-care as a powerful tool to living with mental illness. Self-care lead to my many hobbies, one of which is jewelry making (I now sell jewelry). I am also an advocate for mental health in mothers and minorities. She/Her | Black Lives Matter | LGBTQI+ Ally
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Women with ADHD

Sunday, September 11, 2022

Women with ADHD

More women, especially minority women, should talk about life with ADHD. The reason is that most women are not diagnosed as children and thus can give a screenshot of what untreated ADHD looks like. Because many people who have been diagnosed choose…

BIPOC Mental Health Month

Monday, July 4, 2022

BIPOC Mental Health Month

July is BIPOC Mental Health Month. For three main reasons, it is essential to look at mental health from the lenses of minorities.1) BIPOCs are more likely to lack access to mental health care or have the resources to pay for or travel for mental he…

Mental Health: Postpartum Depression in Women

Friday, May 6, 2022

Mental Health: Postpartum Depression in Women

I read an article on CNN talking about the experience of one man and his wife and postpartum depression. It was a sad story because I have known many who showed signs of postpartum depression and would not get help. The mother in the article did see…