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Tag Archives: Mental Wellness

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Ending Mental Health Stigma in the African American Community

A striking aspect of mental health disorders is the universality of the stigma around it. And like every problem that pervades the fabric of the society, the minority and those who are less privileged are the ones most affected. This stigma...

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Mental Health in the African American Community

To talk about mental health in the African American community is to understand the historical dehumanization and oppression they have experienced as a people, which evolved into the structural and institutional racism they face today. As a...

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Identifying the Symptoms of Trauma

As mental health experts, we at Breaking Barriers Wellness & Counseling, your trusted provider of mental health care in North Carolina, would like to inform you that there is no right or wrong, proper or improper way to reacting, responding,...

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Improve Self-Discipline with These Simple Habits

Self-discipline is one of the many skills that people find difficult to master. Oftentimes, we may feel like there is just no controlling our impulses and we should just go with wherever it wants to take us. However, learning how to build...

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How to Avoid Hampering Your Relationships

We all have our wounds and unresolved issues, and often we unknowingly drag these into our relationships. That is why Breaking Barriers Wellness & Counseling is here to provide you with top-quality mental health care in North Carolina, to help...

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What Black Panther Is Doing for the Mental Health of African...

“Representation affects people’s identity.” – Dr. Ruth Shim, Director of Cultural Psychiatry and Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of California, Davis. Depression is more likely felt by most...

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