Helping Black Men In Corporate American Find Inner Peace

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A doctor in your pocket? Well almost... Welcome to ADA Health App.

With a continually increasing number of apps targeting healthcare consumers, it may be overwhelming to know where to begin. In that case, website such as Mayo Clinic and WedMD are both still good online sources to learn about mental health concerns.

However, if you’d like a more intuitive approach, ADA Health App may help. Although they don’t provide official diagnosis, you’ll highly likely be be able to determine what you’re be suffering from.

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Why race and culture matter in the c-suite. By Ellen McGirt.

For this story Fortune focused on the particularity of being black and male in corporate America. We spoke with dozens of black men about their lives and careers, interviewing executives at major companies, as well as researchers, educators, and talent experts. Many were eager to discuss the subject of race and the pressure they sometimes feel from having two “jobs” at the office: an official one, managing a team or division, and the other, “representing” other African Americans who have yet to make it into the room.

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"Luke, I am your father."

Darth Vader was a symbol for the “dark father”. The father who is emotionally or physically absent from your life, or maybe even abusive.

Darth Vader was symbolic for the father who breaks your trust, and your heart.

For many black executive men who have reached the c-suite, after achieving all of your success, you may still feel broken.

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