Mental Fitness Confessions of a College Student

  So I’ve written a couple of articles, but up to this point, I haven’t been as candid as I can be. My mother always says that there is a certain amount of healing in transparency; healing for the person sharing their truth and for the person the truth is shared with. People feel less alone and it also opens up doors for support. But here is a little disclaimer: … [Read more...]

College is Where You Practice Self-Acceptance

I’m a young, black male in America. I am a young, black male in America who plays guitar. I am a young, black male in America who plays guitar and likes rock music. I am a young, black male in America who plays guitar, likes rock music, doesn’t care for sports, wants to do well in school, and has addressed his mental health issues. My point is, after a long time of feeling … [Read more...]

What I Wish I Was Told About College

They say that college is the best four years of your life. I am now a sophomore in college, but my freshman year… not so hot. I definitely didn’t get that “best years of your life” feeling. My story was a little different: I went to what I thought was my dream school, found out it wasn’t my dream school, and transferred to what is becoming my dream school. I thought college was … [Read more...]