Fertility

Women, especially black women, are waiting later in life to get married and have children. Unfortunately, infertility in black women has been almost taboo. I spoke with Dr. Dawne Collier, an OB-GYN in Chicago, about steps women need to take early if they are not Read More …

Autism and Us

The adage “don’t air family laundry in public” has caused many African-Americans to deny grief, pain, suffering, and mental illness. We’re a strong resilient people. If we survived slavery, surely we can overcome other ailments? Mind you, there are historical reasons why some tend not Read More …

Lingering Grief

We all grieve differently. However, when years have passed since the loss of a loved one and grief starts anew like it was yesterday, you need to remember to reach out.  Ten years after my father passed, grief  paid me an unexpected visit.   http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ronda-lee/grieving-10-years-later_b_5894706.html

From Disorder to Enlightenment – Developing a Healthy Love Affair with Food

Featuring: Daphne Cheng, Chef/Vegetable Connoisseur Food Entrepreneur of Suite ThreeOhSix I recall my sophomore year in high school. My gym and health teacher was an Iron Man participant that resembled the character of Sue Sylvester from Glee. One week, the boys were segregated from the Read More …