Black Mental Health

GREATEST HITS: The Black Love Episode

@UpscaleIG  AKA the “Best Black Podcast” is celebrating the year with it’s Greatest Hits. “Let’s Stay Together” brought three black couples at different stages in their marriage, 15 years, 5 years and 1 year, and discussed the ups and downs of marriage. This deep discussion included what commitment means, communication, sex, infidelity, respect and so much more. Everyone left fulfilled and more prepared for creating any type of successful relationship. Black Love at its finest. Be sure to tap into @UpscaleIG and let us know your thoughts and how your soul was touched by this episode. Black is beautiful…
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“This Is A Man’s World”: Black Men Open Up About Women and Their Experience

@UpscaleIG  AKA the “Best Black Podcast” let women ask questions of black men for open, honest answers. Hear how we feel, dispel rumors of our reputation and also take accountability for some of our worst traits. Why don’t we seek help for our mental health? How do we approach dating? When do we know we have the one? Why don’t black men talk to women? Also, what do we think about women and what do we struggle with? Be sure to reach out to @UpscaleIG to chime in with your comments (especially the women who sent us all the smoke!). Remember, black is beautiful…
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“Mind’s Playin Tricks”: Black Mental Health Discussion ft. Erin Arney (@_HonestTea)

@UpscaleIG  AKA the “Best Black Podcast” is back with a good discussion on Mental Health in the black community. Erin Arney (@_honesttea), one of the co-authors of the book “Black Family Health-O-Pedia” sits down to discuss why black people don’t go seek mental health services, racial bias in treatment and access to care. Also, naturopathy and how both physical health are closely interconnected, and issues with Big Pharma. Also, Erin Arney discusses her personal journey in the health care system as a survivor of cancer, and what it was like to witness the stereotypes we face as a community personally. Finally, the discussion on Black Family Health-O-Pedia written by four naturopaths to better inform the community about health care options and stigmas. Also, we wouldn’t be the “Best Black Podcast” without Ignorant S*** which includes Jussie Smollet, T.I. and more this go around. Stay sticky…
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