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Most of us have something in our lives that we really just can’t find a way to love, but these experiences can be blessings in disguise.


It might be filing our taxes, or going grocery shopping, or waiting in line for hours at the Department of Motor Vehicles to r...

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When I was 11 years old, my family moved to a new house.


I insisted to my mom, an exquisite interior decorator, on decorating my own room, all by myself.


I hung on the walls letters from my friends, pictures of all of them, a port...

Guest Blog post by BGS' Social Media Coordinator Tiera Johnson on Stratose.com


While coping with mental health issues like depression, anxiety, eating disorders and others, we often need a reminder to take care of ourselves.

Self-care as defined by the World Health Orga...

By Kristina Denise (BGS Advisory Board Member)

July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness month, the official name is Bebe More Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness month, in honor of Campbell's efforts to improve access to mental health treatment f...

I passed this very powerful poem along to my friends and would like to share with my BGS community. I hope you enjoy!

If I was a black girl in love with myself

I would need to just sit alone with myself to know myself. I would know that being alone does not mean lonely....

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