Can we acknowledge that we can find thought provoking, interesting commentary, worth reading, online? Unfortunately, I must give MTO the credit for the article I found this underneath. This comment caught me attention because I, myself, can relate in many ways to their experiences.
Most of us, that is whom are descended from the historic Negro Native American descent (classified ‘Black American’), experience long lasting, psychological, social identity crisis’s, while growing up in a vastly developed European and Latin America migrated (classified ‘White Americans’), dominated and favored society. Its all good and glorious, as we all have come so very far,with this country. But thats besides the point.
Everyones reality in this weird world is important!
If all were fair in love n war, then this racial tension and spiritually low frequency feelings of race inadequacy, would not be an issue at all. However, last time I checked, there is “no love lost”, in the art of war against humanity as a whole. Relieving ones stresses in relatable, individual commentary, has always been beneficial to the mind and body. I won’t include ‘spirit’ because that’s self explanatory. Plus it’s repetitive.
Although I admit to having learned a lot from reading and replying to others commentary online. I used many websites comment sections to relieve my own personal thoughts as well.
According to a Harvard study…
“Stress, trauma and unexpected life developments — such as a cancer diagnosis, a car accident, or a layoff — can throw people off stride emotionally and mentally. Writing about thoughts and feelings that arise from a traumatic or stressful life experience — called expressive writing — may help some people cope with the emotional fallout of such events. But it’s not a cure-all, and it won’t work for everyone. Expressive writing appears to be more effective for people who are not also struggling with ongoing or severe mental health challenges, such as major depression or post-traumatic stress disorder.”
Writing about emotions may ease stress and trauma: https://www.health.harvard.edu/healthbeat/writing-about-emotions-may-ease-stress-and-trauma