Some Ways To Relieve Stress In Your Life

Some Ways To Relieve Stress In Your Life

There are points in your life no matter what where you have your “ups” and “downs” despite age,race,or gender. There are times where you are doing really well and there are times where you doing really bad, and that’s normal right? When you are doing really well and I am not just talking about your physical wellbeing but your mental/emotional wellbeing. When you are doing “good” or “great” you are really happy, moving, dancing, and etc. However, when you are feeling “bad” or “horrible” you are not doing so great,…

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Part-Time Facilitators (SIHLE)

Part-Time Facilitators (SIHLE)

Are you currently looking for a Part-Time Job? Do you have great communication skills? Are you African American Woman? Are you 18 years of age or older? Do you want a rewarding career helping out youth in the community? If you met all the requirements listed above, then we are definitely looking for YOU! Sisters Informing Healing Living & Empowering(SIHLE) The Philadelphia SIHLE Project, a program of Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), is a healthy lifestyles workshop for young african american girls ages 14 to 18. We focus on reducing…

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Come Be Apart of SIHLE!!!

Come Be Apart of SIHLE!!!

Sisters Informing Healing Living and Empowering  (SIHLE) WE ARE CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR——>>>>>>YOUNG BLACK/LATINO GIRLS AGES 14-18 TO JOIN A PROGRAM FOR 4 DAYS AT:   WIDNER LIBRARY 2808 W. Lehigh Ave. Philadelphia,PA THE PROGRAM IS FREE—>>>FREE—>>>FREE The Philadelphia SIHLE Project, a program of Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), is a healthy lifestyles workshop for black teen girls ages 14 to 18. We focus on reducing HIV sexual risk behaviors, improving personal communication, identifying & maintaining healthy relationships and promoting gender & ethnic pride. WHEN JOINING THIS PROGRAM YOU WILL GET…

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Practice Mindfulness in 2016

Practice Mindfulness in 2016

Mindfulness is this new “buzzword”.  Maybe you have heard people talk about it or have seen it written up on a Buzzfeed article.  Whether you have heard about it or not, it is out there and it is POPULAR!  Simply put, mindfulness is one’s awareness about how they are feeling, what they are doing, and taking time to accept these emotions and thoughts.  Now, this sounds fine and dandy, but in reality, life can throw some things at us that just make us busy.  I know that I do not…

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How balanced are you?

How balanced are you?

Do you shift with moving situations or are you able to keep you balanced? Life throws so many curveballs. We’re only 15 days in 2016 and countless people have mentioned that this year has been more than TOUGH. But what does one do with these tough 15 days? Well, one could always sink low in the down times and be one’s  most bubbly during the high times; but I think that would drive anyone insane. Janelle Monae advises that we, “tip on the tightrope,” which is the best advice I…

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5 Benefits of Sleep . . .

5 Benefits of Sleep . . .

. . . because it’s the one thing we all wish we could get more of, but refuse to make time for.   And, I know, good sleep (like the alleged good man), is hard to find; but the truth is we wear ourselves down by rejecting proper rest. Although our task list(s) may tell us we can go with less and less hours of sleep, denied rest will eventually have us in a place of unaccomplished goals and a tired spirit. Get into these 5 benefits of sleep.  …

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Mental Health and Media

Mental Health and Media

Mental health is an important topic that stands taboo in so many communities. Specifically in the black community, issues such as anxiety and depression get swept under the rug with statements like, “You’re not crazy,” “Pray about it,” and,“Just try to relax.” Well, these are all good suggestions, but they do not get to the root issue–the fact that people are struggling and need a way to heal. I’m glad that there are many African American individuals in the public eye who are using their stories to reduce the stigma around…

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