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“Bad bitches have bad days too.” When I heard thee Hot Girl Coach Megan Thee Stallion spit this indisputable fact on “Anxiety,” the eleventh track of her new album Traumazine, I had to pause for a moment.

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Five months into 2022 and already it feels like it has been a year. New levels come with new devils (new stresses) and though we are proud of our accomplishments in the year so far, as a team, to say we aren't in need of a vacay is an understatement. A part of recovery from burnout includes being intentional about how we approach our self-care practices. With May being Mental Health Awareness Month, the xoNecole team decided to put better mental health into practice. And what better way to prioritize our mental health and manage our stress levels than through the use of CBD products?

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SZA recently opened up to fans about what it’s like dealing with ADHD. Earlier this month, the “Good Days” singer went on Twitter to give some insight into her experience with the disorder.

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Tia Mowry’s Instagram page is typically filled with vibrant photos and videos of her fashions, beauty, her family, and her recipes, but her latest post served as a “real moment” in her life that many people experience. The Sister, Sister star shared a before and after photo of her experience with anxiety. The first photo showed her visibly trying to put on a brave face while the second photo showed her in a cheerful mood. In the extensive caption, she wrote, “I want to take a moment to be real with you guys. Y’all are used to seeing me in a photo like the second (swipe), but that’s not always the case.”

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Now here's something that I found to be pretty fascinating. Before I get into what a dosha actually is, let's touch a little on the background of what Ayurvedic medicine is all about first. While I'm pretty sure that you've heard of it before, if you're wondering what it technically means, Ayurvedic medicine is considered to be one of the oldest holistic health practices around. It was developed thousands of years ago, in India, with the belief that I firmly support — that the mind, body and spirit are all supposed to work in harmony and if we focused more on proactive health than reactive illness, we'd all be the better for it.

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From the moment we are born, it seems there is a lot of anticipation for our future. As babies, our parents watch us take our first steps and wonder how we will step into the world. As children in grade school, our teachers may ask us who we want to be when we grow up before we know who we are. For most of us, as young adults, we are pressured to declare a major in college and land that job that requires years of experience before having any life experience. Anticipation for the future can come with a ton of pressure and make us feel anxious - at least it has for me.

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