Why Do I have to Wear The Cape?

Greetings, For December's Yes I have a Therapist live broadcast, we discussed the Superwoman Syndrome and how it effects black women and our wellness, specifically us and what we do or plan to combat. Take a listen and let us know in the comments your feelings on the Superwoman Syndrome.   https://www.facebook.com/HERbyRenee/videos/733388040371812/   Until Next... Continue Reading →

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Recharged

Saturday, I had the ultimate privilege in co-hosting an event with my bestie Renee, in which was named "Recharging with H.E.R. and DaniGee. " It was a smashing success. Renee facilitated a great event that encouraged others to take the leap that they have been wanting to take and have actual, concrete steps to make... Continue Reading →

Lessons From Tarana Burke

Hey Hey!!! Yesterday, I was able to attend a lecture presented by Tarana Burke, on the Power of #MeToo.  It was Co-sponsored with UAB Student Affairs, UAB Wellness Promotion, UAB Title IX Office, and UAB Counseling Services. Since finding out about Tarana and her ties to Selma, AL, I have been intrigued by her and... Continue Reading →

I’m A Flinstone’s Kid

September has been designated as Self-Care Awareness Month. Disclaimer: This blog provides general information and discussion about medicine, health and related subjects.  The words and other content provided in this blog, and in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice. If the reader or any other person has... Continue Reading →

DaniGee’s Fall Trends

Heyyyy!!! So, Fall is coming in on Saturday, the 22nd (inserts Hey Fran Hey airhorn imitation), so I thought this would be the perfect time to share some of the fav trends that I want to try or add to my closet. It’s not like I need anymore clothes, but they make me feel good!!... Continue Reading →

Addicted. (Archive edition)

**This is an older blog, but I wanted to share it again in honor of  Addiction Recovery Month.  February 2014, I got the opportunity to begin my counseling career as an IO (Intensive Outpatient) Therapist. I was scared out of my mind. Yes, I got my degree in community counseling and all I knew is... Continue Reading →

Self-Care Isn’t Selfish

September has been designated Self-Care Awareness Month. Self-care is a term that has been used in the past few years. For the most part, it used as a way to encourage a person to make sure that they are taking time for themselves and doing something that gives them joy. It means different things for... Continue Reading →

When Did You Know?

I'm enjoying my labor day weekend and I hope you are too. I actually have time to enjoy reading one of my favorite magazines, Essence. In the September 2018's issue they had a section called 25 Most Stylish Black Women and a question that was asked to the majority of the women was, "When did... Continue Reading →

3-2

So, this past weekend I turned the Big  32. I planned to have this nice long post about goals and dreams and what I want to accomplish  and I think I still will but right now, I just want to show some cute photos my bestie took of me. Enjoy!!! --DaniGee        ... Continue Reading →

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Musings of an anti-millennial millennial

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Because I am in the process of becoming, of allowing my Master to weave the various threads of my life into His Masterpiece. Proverbs 31:30

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