Two Worlds; One Front Door

Two Worlds; One Front Door

Were you as confused as I was? Having parents that immigrated to the USA from Latin America was a very confusing experience...

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Coming Out in the Latin Community - Challenges Persist, but Attitudes are Changing

Coming Out in the Latin Community - Challenges Persist, but Attitudes are Changing

As a culture, Latinos are known to be an animated and emotional group of people. We wear our hearts on our sleeves ...

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A Ring of Gold - A Look Back at the Beginning

A Ring of Gold - A Look Back at the Beginning

A strand of light hits my grandmother’s wrinkled hands, and for a second I see the small band of faded gold shine ...

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Parenting Across Borders

Parenting Across Borders

“El tren de la muerte” is the name Central American immigrants give to the freight train traveling north through Mexico that they ...

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Taboo – Discussing the Truth About Sexual Violence

Taboo - Discussing the Truth About Sexual Violence

Discussing the truth about sexual violence in Latino communities somehow remains taboo despite the growing number of high profile stories of sexual ...

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Your first challenge is to act out, recite in poem form, or just tell us your funniest “Latin parent” moment. I know you have one…maybe it was the time your mom made you go with her to the supermarket “rapidito” just to pickup that one forgotten item to finish dinner.
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Celebrity Interviews

MIA ST. JOHN
“So glad to support HealthyMente.com” El Saber es Poder!
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MARISA RAMIREZ
“Dr. Shirley’s HealthMente is amazing! Fearlessly talking about relevant, sometimes tough issues our community needs to face.”

Blue Blood’s star Marisa Ramirez
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OSCAR TORRE
“Latinos are a lot more diverse than what the census would lead most American to believe. What seems to be a common denominator, however, is our reluctance to discuss mental health issues. This has got to change if the next generation of Latinos is to be successful. HealthyMente.com opens up the conversation.”
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