Community Board

Posted by Elisha Buckingham on

Hi Tribe! This post is going to serve as our Community board. Please feel free to comment below additional FREE resources  as well as personal recommendation that can benefit the community. 

I would like to mention a free resource page and please also reference this following information if it applies:

  • Suicide Prevention – referral to suicide prevention help organizations.  Callers can also dial the following National Suicide Prevention Hotline numbers which are operated by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services:
  • 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)
  • 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)
  • 1-888-SUICIDE (1-888-784-2433)
  • 1-877-SUICIDA (1-877-784-2432) (Spanish)

If there is a book you are reading, you can mention it here.

If there is a self help tool you would like to recommend, you can mention it here.

If there is a community gathering that is along the lines of mental health, self help, inner channeling, crystals, or alignment, you can mention it here.

 

8 comments


  • Helpful Recommendations

    https://soundcloud.com/theevolvingchair/tracks The Evolving Chair Podcast is hosted by Millennial Lakiesha Russell, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), whose passion is dispelling the myth about mental health and therapy.

    http://www.blackgirlinom.com/podcast/ features conversations on all things wellness, self-care and self-love for women of color.

    Schedule time for play/fun. Even if it’s rare, plan it. You deserve time that’s just for things that make you smile big.

    Scream into a pillow to release some stress.

    Take care of a plant. Something about seeing a living thing grow with the right amount of water and sun can remind us to take care of ourselves as well.

    Worship and pray in alignment with your spiritual practice that fortifies you.

    Write things you are grateful for. Gratitude can shift your focus to abundance.

    Ruth N Jean on

  • Love this! This is what people need more of … getting back to their roots and rediscovering self. A book I would recommend would be “The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck” it’s a really great book and will change your perspective on many many things that we all do in our daily lives. I also recommend following the creator of this Community Board on social media. She gives GREAT advice and lets you into her life so you watch her growth. She has also helped me out personally with issues that occur in my life. And she has a very welcoming and calm spirit. Stay tuned in!!! 🙏🏽❤️

    Blessing to all!

    Khalil Thompson on

  • Hey Tribe,

    I wanted to mention some tools I have been using over the past few months

    Books:
    In the Meantime by Iyanla Vanzant
    Boundaries by Dr. Henry Cloud & Dr. John Townsend
    which also comes with the option to purchase a separate workbook called Boundaries Workbook

    Also check out my book Selfless Reflections: Youth Edition available on amazon and kindle
    Selfless Reflections: Youth Edition https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0842KYKWD/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_KSNXKA7C8H94VJEPJNNY

    Or get a signed copy by placing your order through the website here:
    https://selflessreflections.com/products/selfless-reflections-poetry-youth-edition?pos=1&psq=selfless&ss=e&v=1.0&variant=37579523784861

    Podcasts:
    Woman wanting More podcast by Karen Osburn

    ON PURPOSE with Jay Shetty

    also check out our blog Selfless Reflections Tribe SRT podcast

    Apps:
    Day One which is a Journaling app, it has helped me be able to get through my gratitude and prayer journal entries by being on my phone, if I didn’t have my actual journal with me. Very useful tool for moments where you need to remember why your doing something, give thanks, and stop negativity right in its tracks.

    Music playlist

    On apple music I have discovered a playlist that truly helped me through a dark time, check out this link here: https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/shadow-healing-with-intuitive-ti-playlist/pl.u-DdANxL3taJLJ917

    Elisha on

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