Strong Black Women Need Therapy Too

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The idea of the “strong Black woman”–a trope that sees Black women as inherently resilient and unbreakable–can make it difficult for Black women to seek support. This piece talks about the possible benefits of therapy for Black women, shares positive stories of Black women who have undergone therapy, and provides resources for those looking for help.