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Meet Grace, a fascinating Christian woman in her thirties who seems to have it all. She is an honest example of the complexity felt by many professional black women who secretly struggle with depression and the myth of "the Strong Black Woman." Grace challenges stereotypes about depression and provides women with an opportunity to identify with her, offering a model for faith, prioritizing self-care, and finding love.
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About the Author
J.E. Wright is a freelance writer from Brooklyn, New York, and a self-proclaimed "Xennial," rejecting her true Millennial cohorts. She recognized her passion and aptitude for writing as a child while growing up in Jamaica W.I. however, her compassion for others influenced the pursuit of a career as a clinical social worker. For the past fifteen years, she has dedicated her professional life to serve others as a clinician in New York City jails. Inspired by her love of writing and her commitment to promote self-care and Black Positivity, two literary pieces were created; a novel Grace and an accompanying self-help workbook for black women By Grace: A Black Woman’s Workbook for Healing.