MAY IS MENTAL HEALTH MONTH


OUR MINDSET IS GLOBAL

MAY IS MENTAL HEALTH MONTH

You deserve mercy and grace and the breath of life. Underrepresented women who shape the planet, communities, and centries of time. We are in times of change and adjustments or readjustments and we are here to support in spirit and good energy. Thank you for allowing us to share information about ourselves and each other.

 

More important, I'd like to express self-awareness and forgiveness and to believe in yourself and your journey. We are a spiritual people, women are intuitive to a fault if listening. Continue to keep yourself balanced and healthy. Realize that as mankind is going through a vibrational transformation we are and we are a part of the movement with nature no matter distractions or disturbances. Stay prepared and protected spiritually and physically.

Life is a journey and we encourage alignment with people who are happy and confident in their lives so that you can continue to learn and grow. You are worthy of happiness, joy, and good health. Keep at it and spread love.

 

Our Eco Friendly Swimwear

https://bit.ly/33Id9VS  - Recycled High Waist Bikini New Arrivals

Are you looking for a support group?

Yes

Select

No

Select

email here to subscribe

Tea or Coffee? Click here

Is age just a number?

Yes

Select

No

Select

Youthful inspiration - Click here

Mental and Behavioral Health - African Americans

  • Poverty level affects mental health status. African Americans living below the poverty level, as compared to those over twice the poverty level, are twice as likely to report psychological distress.

 

  • In 2017, suicide was the second leading cause of death for African Americans, ages 15 to 24.1

 

  • The death rate from suicide for African American men was more than four times greater than for African American women, in 2017.

 

  • However, the overall suicide rate for African Americans is 60 percent lower than that of the non-Hispanic white population.

 

  • African American females, grades 9-12, were 70 percent more likely to attempt suicide in 2017, as compared to non-Hispanic white females of the same age.

 

  • A report from the U.S. Surgeon General found that from 1980 - 1995, the suicide rate among African Americans ages 10 to 14 increased 233 percent, as compared to 120 percent of non-Hispanic whites.2

RSVP for Meditation HERE

Yummy Chilli and Greens Click here

 

COVID-19 is out of control in India, where most vaccines are made. How did that happen? Click


Original research

Physical inactivity is associated with a higher risk for severe COVID-19 outcomes: a study in 48 440 adult patients. CLICK here

Pressure is growing on Mayor Bill de Blasio to reopen the city’s senior centers.

 

Mayoral candidate Ray McGuire wants to give New Yorkers $100 vouchers for getting vaccinated against COVID-19.



The city might end pandemic restrictions and return to normal as early as July 1.

Environmental Racism is Global

Read - Study and Support the planet.

More here:

The Fight for Environmental Justice - click here

Peggy Shepard Talks About

Environmental Racism on CBS News

Peggy Shepard gave an exclusive interview to CBS News for an Earth Day story on environmental justice that aired on April 23, 2021. She discussed environmental racism, its impact on communities, and how organizations like WE ACT are tackling this injustice. Watch the Story

 

 

Mental Health For Women Entrepreneurs -

Join the Conversation

Reserve Here

 

WHAT IS FUN ABILITY FITNESS?

A range of fitness that will engage muscle groups to burn calories, while sculpting and having fun -

All levels welcome.

Please bring a mat for stretching!

Saturday's 7:30 am -

Sign up 24 hours in advance

Sign up here:

 

Saturday Walking Group / Shape Up NYC

8:30 am

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published