Dear Black Men

Dear Black Men, I’m sorry That you feel pressured to defy stereotypes That you feel it’s weak to cry or show emotions That you feel worthless because you don’t make “enough” money That you feel that the weight of the world is on your shouldersThat you’re told that speaking your mind…. speaking your truth is wrong  That you’re used by racist to feed their inner fearsThat your strength … Continue reading Dear Black Men


It’s real, it doesn’t discriminate: whether you have all the money in the world or you’re broke, no matter your color. Unless you personally go through it, it’s hard to understand depression. It brings forth the hard truth that materialistic things don’t matter. Once upon a time, I thought and felt like I didn’t matter. I went through the motions but I had this constant … Continue reading Depression