10 Stats That Prove Mental Health Treatment Needs More Attention


Good article, it’s a shame we still have so far to go! Mental Health needs more attention…..


Good Bye April🌷😊👋🏽

It’s May 1st and just looking over my calendar,  looks like I got a lot planned. Ok maybe a lot planned, but wondering if I will be able to get anything done. April wasn’t a very good month, so I’m praying May is a little better. I’m going to slam myself into projects and keep my mind off of my problems. I’m planning my sons baby shower, super excited about that and can’t wait to see my gbaby’s sweet face. So I will make some things for the shower, that she will be able to have forever. I’m pretty creative when I want to be! Just praying things go smooth and my crazy brain lets me be. Hoping you all have a bless Month, week and day..chat soon!!!

Ms. Fran

If You’re Suicidal, Staying Alive Is The Most Selfless Thing To Do


Such a great read, about the other side of being suicidal! On Thursday the thoughts of suicide was on my mind heavy, all I could think about was my son and how selfish it would be to leave him. But on the other hand, I’m fighting a selfless battle everyday! I struggle and try my best not to have those thoughts or not to act on them! I should get credit for at least trying……

Ms. Fran

Grab Your Copy For Only .99! For The Month Of May!

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, I will offer my ebook for .99 so you all can read and share with friends. I still believe that there are people out there who are afraid to speak out or tell their story. We can no longer let them suffer in silence, grab a copy of my ebook and get insight into what it’s like to suffer from depression and anxiety as a woman of color. Also a guide to understanding why and how African-Americans suffer, we have to continue the conversation.

Ms. Fran

Mental Health Awareness Month!

Good morning, it’s May and the start of Mental Health Awareness Month. I will be flooding my FB, Instagram, Twitter and WP with useful information for those who still don’t believe Mental Health is an illness. After suffering and being diagnosed, I wouldn’t wish the fight I have with my brain on anybody. This disease can be hard to deal with, some recover and some don’t. Although I’m trying my best to heal, some days have been hard. As I continue on my path to healing, I intend to make my voice heard and if I only get one person to open up that’s enough for me. There’s nothing to be ashamed of and I will no longer be afraid to share my story. So let’s talk….

Ms. Fran