Anxiety, My Mother and Meby Dan Bennett
With the conversation around mental health constantly growing, I am proud to be part of a generation that is slowly (but surely) becoming more and more aware of this issue. This includes conversations from how we identify and manage mental illnesses to mental health within black households. Parents are being taught how to communicate better […]
The House that Built Me: A Reflection of Escaping My Sunken Place AKA Suburbiaby Dan Bennett
I can honestly say that I have made major breakthroughs in these last three months than I have ever had in my 26 years of life. I am finally in a safe space where I feel comfortable sharing a painful, defining portion of my journey. Before I continue, I want to make clear that I […]
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Outgrowing My Daddy Issuesby Dan Bennett
I’ve heard on more than one occasion that when people teach young women to date, they advise them to seek men that remind them of their father.Totally outdated. As an adult, I quickly decided that I couldn’t do that to myself. I don’t ever want to have to fight for a man’s attention the way […]