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I read a recent study in the latest issue of The Journal of Black Psychology, Vol. 43, No. 4, which discussed “Stressful Life Circumstances, Resources for Support, and African American Children’s Psychological Symptoms”. As a member of the Black Association of Black Psychologists, I am able to read very impressive

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When your past catches up with you, what does it look like? Exactly what am I referring to? It’s about past mistakes, negative experiences, such as traumatic ones. Or even those experiences that were not your fault, but somehow you were involved. I speculate that this topic could influence a

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  As an African American Counseling Psychologist, I have worked with a lot of African Americans over the years. I have noticed that many of our people have suffered in many areas of our lives. It behooves me to reflect on this, as I write this article, and to comment

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