Tag Archives: black women

Complex PTSD: Trauma in the Black Community PT 1

Twitter: Jasmine Jones LCSW This is a series I wanted to start on exploring trauma and its affects on the black community. In recent times I have found that many of us do not know how trauma and mental health work together and how detrimental it can be to ones life. This first video discusses… Read More »

Black Lotus Blossoming Vlog Intro

WHAT’S UP YALL! Come and take this walk with me. Let’s build together literally. I’m a revolutionary and builder who takes pain and makes magic. Allow me to introduce myself. My birth name given to me when I was ripped out of my mother’s womb via c-section is Jasmine Tane’t Boudah, however, I am affectionately… Read More »

Don’t Say a Word Ep.5 PTSD

In this episode I talk about three life changing segments of my life that led to my PTSD diagnosis. I know that my story may not be your story, but my goal is to normalize mental health discussions. I discuss child abuse, sexual assault, and my deployments. Source: Youtube

Day 8 – “Compassion Fatigue” and Letting Go of the “Rat Race”

Drowning in Empathy: The Cost of Vicarious Trauma | Amy Cunningham | TEDxSanAntonio When PTSD Is Contagious https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2015/12/ptsd-secondary-trauma/420282/ Study Finds Disadvantaged Black Women Suffer From PTSD https://www.ebony.com/life/black-women-suffer-ptsd 17 Year Old LaShonda Childs by her 28-year-old boyfriend. https://www.essence.com/news/lashonda-childs-domestic-violence-teen-murdered/ Thank you for watching! Consider becoming a Patreon sponsor of my YouTube content today! http://www.patreon.com/simone56 Wanna bless me… Read More »