Living The Soft Life: Why It’s Important To Take Your PTO

Taking paid time off from work is a vital part of maintaining your mental and physical health.

This Week In Good Black News: Sha’ Carri Richardson Is Back, 'College Hill' Has Social Media On Fire And Sheryl Lee Ralph Inspires

Plus, Janelle Monáe set social media on fire with her latest video.

Celebrating 7 Times Black Entertainers Prioritized Their Mental Health

Many of us are moving from “hustle culture” to prioritizing mental health. Here are 7 moments when Black celebrities chose to prioritized their peace.

These Black Wellness Podcasts Will Elevate Your Mental Health

A wellness journey isn’t just a journey; it’s a lifestyle. Here are nine podcasts that will help you build a well-rounded mental health lifestyle.

How Taraji P. Henson Is Helping To Boost HBCU Mental Health With ‘She Care Wellness Pods’

The Black community faces a mental health crisis and struggles to shake the stigma attached, but a new initiative is seeking a solution.

As COVID-19 Public Emergency Expires, Black Funeral Home Directors Note The Deadly Toll It Took

The pandemic disproportionately took Black lives. Those tasked with handling the deaths remember how bad it got.

SWV’s Coko Explains How Understanding Her Bipolar Diagnosis Helped Her Discover A Better Version Of Herself

Inspired by Mental Health Awareness Month, Coko's finally learning to embrace every aspect of her life.

Study: Attending HBCUs Has Positive Mental Health Outcomes For Black Students

The researchers examined the impact of structural racism in education on mental health.

Study: Black Americans More Likely To Visit Emergency Rooms For Mental Health Care

They also suffered the highest rates of anxiety, schizophrenia and substance use disorders.

Former NFL Defensive Back Stanley Wilson Jr., Dies After Collapsing At Mental Health Facility

The ex-Detroit Lions player had several run-ins with the law for years after his pro football career ended.

Suicide Significantly Rising Among Young Black People ‘In Crisis,’ Report Shows

The analysis of data over three years reveals a disturbing trend in our community.