mental health

A Charlotte Mental Health Organization is working to bring awareness to the effects of postpartum on Black mothers.

Charlotte mom, Chanda Spate, developed an app to help improve teen mental health after her high school son suffered bullying. Spate spent over three years developing the mobile app after her son attempted suicide following an incident that occurred at Hopewell High. The app is named the “DDAAT App”,  an acronym for “Digi-Dad Advice Any Time”. […]

It seems like the entire world is talking about the current climate of the pandemic. This can have negative impacts on our mental health. Although it may seem difficult to remain positive during these times, there are some ways that you can maintain your mental health. Limit the amount of time you spend watching the […]

A few weeks ago, we learned that Wendy Williams was infected with Covid-19 and voluntarily went to the hospital to seek treatment for her mental health.  Reportedly, she was scheduled to return to her Wendy Williams Show on October 4th.  However, we’re now learning that it will take a little longer for her to recover.  […]

Suicide rates are on the rise in our communities and there are actions we can take to save a life.  So, join Fonda Bryant every Saturday in November (7th, 14th and 21st) from 1:30 PM until 3 PM for a FREE VIRTUAL suicide training program.  Find out how to spot someone in a mental health […]

As we practice social distancing, time away from family and friends can be hard on our mental health. This thing is going to throw people off their game at some point. First thing to is let go of the perfectionism. Nobody is going to get it right every time. But, we can try! Don’t watch […]

Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Music, Entertainment, Contests And Breaking News On Your Phone. Text VIP to 71007 to join! The second episode of Chad Loves Michelle, the reality series starring Destiny’s Child singer Michelle Williams and her fiancé Chad Johnson aired on OWN Sunday night with plenty of people raising concern […]

Fonda Bryant and NFL player Doug Middleton discuss how serious mental health is and why it’s important for those who suffer to get help. The NAMI Statewide Walk happens this Saturday. Tune into Ron Holland every weekend on Praise 100.9 and Old School 105.3. The Latest:    

HelloBeautiful contributing writer Kamela Fleming recently overcame a debilitating struggle with depression, which is plaguing scores of Black women across the country. In the first of a two-part journal series, she shares how the losses that so many of us experience — the end of a relationship and a lack of financial stability — sent her […]

New York City Police Commissioner James O'Neill said police were "called to help a person in crisis." Sadly, things didn't end that way.

Fourteen-year-old Bresha Meadows took the life of her father in July. She is currently behind bars on charges of aggravated murder. But Bresha’s family is calling her a “hero,” who saved them all from the verbally and physically abusive Jonathan Meadows. Police allege Bresha shot her father as he slept in their Warren, Ohio home, using the same gun with which […]

In this week's CBC Message to America, Congresswoman Corrine Brown (D-FL) the ranking member of Veterans Affairs discusses how the Veterans Crisis Line can help prevent suicides amongst our soldiers.