Oxford, Mississippi beader-seamstress, Timber Heard took to creating as a way to escape from the harsh reality she was living. “Being creative is something that helps me as a person, function. That’s who I am.” Combatting bipolar disorder alongside trying to piece together the complexities of her biracial identity has been a lifelong struggle, but she is now speaking her truth and reclaiming her power.
2020 may be a dumpster fire thus far, but we have the power to control our response to it. So, what you gon’ do? Own your mind, or let it own you?
Until you step into your power, you will continually settle for less!
Trauma remains in our bodies affecting our lives unconsciously. This is why it’s critical to discover, analyze, learn, and let go of childhood trauma.
Tyrese decided to put up a video pouring out his heart…again.
September is National Suicide Awareness Month and writer, Tim Heard shares a personal testimony.