“Black sisterhood is a bond that transcends mere friendship, rooted in shared experiences and collective resilience. Dr. Joy Harden Bradford dives deep into its transformative power in her new book, underscoring the magic and challenges of these bonds. Join us as we explore the profound impact of Black sisterhood in modern times and the insights from a leading voice in Black women’s mental health.”
Get ready to grab that cup of tea ☕ this Friday at 7 pm for Tea & Chat with a hard-hitting topic which will resonate with the majority of us.
I will be discussing Race, Masculinity and Mental Health 🧠 with Shaun Flores.
At 27 years old, Shaun was diagnosed with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Since then, he has used his experience to help dismantle dated and untrue beliefs about OCD by partnering with various charities. Additionally, this diagnosis ultimately led him down a path of self-discovery; from being consumed by fear and depression to recognising himself as an advocate for those affected by OCD. It is safe to say that Shaun has gone from survivor to thriver with OCD.
Recently, Shaun, appeared on Unapologetic on Channel 4. Hosted by Yinka Bokinni and Zeze Millz, where Shaun discussed OCD and how this affects the black community.
Join me and Shaun on Friday 14th July at 7pm live on LCBN