"There are no spaces that were teaching us how to reclaim our bodies back," Tyde-Courtney Edwards told ESSENCE.
Rev. Lakeesha Walrond, Ph.D. explains why therapy and faith don't have to be oppositional forces when dealing with weariness from within.
Not everyone who needs therapy right now can make it to the couch. Thema Bryant-Davis suggests self-care books can help the suffering turn a new page.
“Transitions can be difficult even when they are things we’ve been looking forward to; things like buying a new house. Getting married. Having a baby.”
Through her Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation, the actress aims to help people cope with the stress of this global crisis.
The Detroit native explains how he spent a year getting it right—mind, body and soul.
"Therapy helped a great deal," she said.