Don’t Forget About Yona

The kids were running around screaming and playing as I was in the kitchen preparing dinner while watching my 10 month old son Prince sitting down in his high chair with baby food all over his shirt and mouth – crying for me to hold him. The...

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I’m In Love With Him

On Saturday, December 26, 2015 was when it all began. Before I left Florida to get ready to embark on a new and exciting  journey, my dad walked up to me and hugged me, saying “ Okay Dahana, I love you. No matter where you go in life, always...

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Dysfunctional Relationships

By: Jovica Grey, LMHC, NCC Many things go back to early childhood experiences. We learn what a “normal” relationship looks like based on the relationship that our parents or caregivers illustrated growing up. If we grew up in a very dysfunctional home, more than likely, we will learn to...

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Hide and Seek

By: Dahana St Jean  Nothing won’t ever be the same, And when people look at me, they won’t ever see those scars, I can be the type that will drink away my pain, Filled with so much problems, so much, it outnumbered the stars, Try counting your blessings instead...

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Overview of Schizophrenia

Transcript by: Dr. Susan Samuels  Schizophrenia is a psychiatric disorder that can involve chronic or recurrent psychosis. Psychosis can involve hallucinations, delusions, disorganized behavior, disorganized thought, and emotional flattening, or a motivation to actually get things done. Schizophrenia is a fairly rare disorder, that affects less than 1% of the population. More men...

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The Voice Part 2: Schizophrenia

By: Dahana St Jean Hi, I’m Gabriela, and welcome to my life. Eh, at least to the part where I’m clueless to what exactly is going on. So, my brother Michael recently had a major meltdown at school that happened on Friday. And on that day, the principle attempted to take him to the school’s counseling center, but, things got out of...

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