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How To Face Your Fears? A Guide To Understand And Face The Tough Circumstances Of Your Life

Feeling the emotion of fear or anxiety is natural to all human beings. Many of us usually fear or dread over little unimportant things happening in our life. Fear or stressing over some bad and little things can really hinder our daily activities. But, some of us feel moreContinue reading “How To Face Your Fears? A Guide To Understand And Face The Tough Circumstances Of Your Life”

Should you make financial literacy a part of your company culture?

If you own your own company, it’s possible that you haven’t considered financial literacy programs in work. Should this be your responsibility?Well, those with lower levers of financial worry also have higher levels of financial literacy.So, what does this have to do with you, as an employer?Financial literacy is,Continue reading “Should you make financial literacy a part of your company culture?”

The Dangers of Subscribing to the Single Story about Africa and Black People

When you hear Africa, what’s the first thing that pops in your head? The home of black people? The home of crude, primitive men that live in caves and trees? Maybe a more refined ideology but crude nonetheless: a continent filled with poor, homeless people. Perhaps an abstract: crime,Continue reading “The Dangers of Subscribing to the Single Story about Africa and Black People”

Growing Different: The Bearings of the Past on the Present in a Post-Slavery World

While random African and Caribbean brothers might be receptive towards one another in their continent and countries, it might not be the most common thing to see random brothers in the diaspora connect on that same level. Dr. Joy Degruy chronicles this in her book (Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome:Continue reading “Growing Different: The Bearings of the Past on the Present in a Post-Slavery World”

How to Know When Stress Is Starting to Take A Toll on You and Steps to Addressing It

Every once in a while, we all get stressed out and it affects us physically, mentally, and emotionally. Stress can reveal itself in a number of ways. These signs include: Persistent headaches and migraine Chronic muscle aches Chest pain Digestive imbalance (this spans from simple stomach discomfort to pronouncedContinue reading “How to Know When Stress Is Starting to Take A Toll on You and Steps to Addressing It”

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