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Host, Dr. mOe Anderson, is a speaker, author, dentist, coach, cancer survivor, and bestselling author.

Jan 26, 2022

The tragic deaths of former Miss USA Cheslie Kryst and the son of Actress/Producer Regina King have brought suicide to the headlines again. Stacey D. Brown is a mental health and wellness expert who uses her experience with depression and a suicide attempt to help others "do life better." After experiencing a series of personal tragedies in 2013, she found herself in a very dark place. Wisely, she sought counseling, and today she is a community leader, activist, educator, speaker, and mother of 3. Understanding the difference between normal, temporary sadness and clinical depression could save your life or the life of a loved one. Stacey D. Brown has been featured in "Rolling Out" and other major publications sharing her strategies for maintaining mental and spiritual wellness. Stacey has training in trauma-informed care, mindfulness, and meditation. She is a Mental Health Peer Specialist in the State of Texas. She also leads a chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. and works with the Urban League.

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Correction: The scripture Dr. mOe quoted regarding a "Job year" is actually Psalm 118:17.