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Silent Suffering

Chet Anekwe

The death of Robin Williams, 3 years ago, pushed me, for the first time, to openly discuss my own battles with depression, with a Facebook post.

With the recent anniversary of Mr. Williams death, I felt that post was worth republishing on my blog. The stigma of mental health is still strong in Black and African communities, yet the struggle remains real for many.  

We need to reach out to those that struggle everyday and let them know, that the light in the tunnel, is inside them.  

No-one should silently suffer, alone.

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Blood And Family

Chet Anekwe

What makes someone family? Who is your “blood” relative and who is your “family” can either be one and the same, or vastly different universes.

Something I soon learned, that changed the way I view relatives and family, forever.

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Black, White and Les Bleus

Chet Anekwe

I look at the part that, race, and the 1982 French World Cup team, played in shaping my rooting interests for international sports, and the lack of diversity on the 2015 World Cup winning, USA Women's National Team.

 

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SoCal New Yorker

Chet Anekwe

NYC is my first love.

I lived tons of places.  My parents, and subsequently I moved, around quite a bit.  However it is NYC that serves as the thread that strings my life together.

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Fathers Day...

Chet Anekwe

Father's Day!   Being a father, along with being a husband and partner, is the most important thing in my life. 

But what does father's day mean to me and my father?  Well here, it is more complicated than I would have ever wished.

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