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You can’t heal, what you won’t reveal…Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

Your mental health is crucial on this high to low ride called life. Experiencing any type of hurt or trauma is something we can’t avoid. Sometimes the wounds and the hurt we experince are excruciating to the point that, we must find the strength to open the wounds, stick our hands inside and pull out the core of the pain that is holding on.

Until you heal, you will bleed on other people and continue to live life in a cycle of defeat. Some wounds run deep but in order to heal, you must reveal what has hurt you.

Join host Ms. Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Sistah” as we continue to honor Women’s History month with health Holistic Mental Wellness Practitioner, Ms. Shwanna Loyd (pictured left) for our topic “You can’t heal what you won’t reveal

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“Mental Illness is Real” Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


 Mental Illness is a very taboo topic in the Black Community and so many people who need help don’t know how to access it because of the exposure of its reality. The only way to remove the stigma associated with mental illness is to start conversations within our communities.

Some would argue that mental illness is not a real disease and, in fact, doesn’t exist at all. Each mental disease case has its own type of evidence and can eventually lead to suicide.

brittany_dickey_headshotTune in “LIVE” on “Conversations Of A Sistah” with Host Tracy L. Bell as she sit down in the studio with her special guest, Writer and Blogger “Brittany Dickey” (pictured left) for a discussion on her story from “Broken to Bold“. Discussing her journey from attempting suicide to finding peace, joy and good mental health.

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Man who dismembered his mother and scattered her body parts throughout the Bronx took photos holding her decapitated head


A man who dismembered his mother and scattered her body parts around the Bronx, took pictures of himself holding her severed head before disposing of her body, the NY Post reports.

Bahsid McLean, 23, confessed to the gruesome murder of his own mother, Tanya Byrd, who was the only caretaker of her 6-year-old Down syndrome son.

Police say the grinning psycho used a power saw to cut up his mother, then posed with parts of her body in grisly photos that he wanted as keepsakes. McLean and a friend, William Harris, 26, then stuffed Byrd’s body into several black garbage bags and a suitcase. They drove around the Bronx dumping Byrd’s remains like trash.


“He’s definitely sick,” a law enforcement source told the NY Post. Surveillance video from a hardware store shows McLean and his accomplice purchasing a brand new power saw and a refill blade with cash.


The saw and the blade were later found in a  box in the home McLean shared with his mother and 6-year-old mentally disabled brother.

Friends described Byrd as a loving mother and caretaker to her Down syndrome son.

Police told the Post McLean killed his mother because she “wanted him to grow up and move out and be a man.”