Mental Health

Dead Voices Can’t Be Heard – K104 Radio

Dr. Cash recently visited K104 in Dallas to talk about suicide awareness! Listen to this powerful message and SHARE!   Dead voices can’t be heard. Dead voices can’t be heard. Suicide comes in to steal, kill and destroy. It steals your memories. It kills your loved ones. It destroys your[…]

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How To Overcome The Mental Illness of Poverty

  I grew up in the Mississippi Delta Region, which is one of the most poverty stricken areas in the country. I know firsthand how living in poverty can feel and how it affects a person’s state of mind. Poverty is an illness and while many people do not want[…]

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Do Black Men Talk About Mental Health?

I was extremely excited, not to mention honored when Dr. Cash invited me to be a guest contributor on PrivyOasis.com. The universe has a way of responding to the verbal and mental messages that you send out, which is exactly the case in this instance! Two days prior to being[…]

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A Contagious Minute

Get ready! A brand new video series with Dr. Cash is coming soon! We all could use some motivation, inspiration, vision, and encouragement and that’s exactly what you are going to get. Here are the topics you can expect to hear about in this series: Faith Family Friends Finances Communication[…]

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Ask Dr. Cash: Is it possible for me to recover?

Addiction is a chronic medical illness, that is oftentimes a combination of genetic heredity, personal choice and environmental factors. Years ago drug dependence was treated as an acute illness that could be “cured” virtually overnight. Thankfully, within the last decade we have learned that it should be treated as a[…]

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Your Story Rewritten

A New Chapter in Maintaining Sobriety Dictionary.com defines “addiction” as the state of being enslaved to a habit or practice or to something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming, as narcotics, to such an extent that its cessation causes severe trauma. While the definition does cover some basic facts, the[…]

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Have You Been Misdiagnosed?

Understanding the Signs and Symptoms of PTSD When we hear the term Post Traumatic Stress Disorder images of battle scarred soldiers, subjected to violent combat and deep personal loss, are most likely to arise. When we think about work related PTSD, we usually think of more ‘obvious’ lines of work[…]

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Ask Dr. Cash: What causes PTSD?

Because people respond to different situations uniquely, it is next to impossible to wrap up the causes in a neat little box, but primarily it’s the way that the mind is affected by traumatic experiences. When faced with overwhelming trauma, the mind is unable to process information and feelings in[…]

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Ask Dr. Cash: Am I crazy?

The word “crazy” has been long associated with mental illness of all kinds, and 9 out of 10 people with mental health problems experience the stigma and discrimination attached to this misconception. But what if we treated every illness the way we do mental illness? Would you ever tell your[…]

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Mythbuster: I just have to cast a demon out and they’ll be cured

Although they may have varying cultural beliefs, many minorities share a common stigma within their own groups—that any form of mental illness is “bad” and therefore “of the devil.” This myth has an overbearing strong-hold, and unfortunately this misguided information is ministered to people, passed through generations, and accepted as[…]

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