Are you listening to yourself? Do you need help dealing with the world? If so, where do you turn? These are all questions you may have asked yourself as you moved through life over the last year. On "A Frank Conversation," we talked to Carmela Hill and therapist Sierra Hillsman. Hill shared her struggles and her victories. Hillsman helped us put experiences into proper perspective.
Life looks and feels different for many of us because of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially in our homes. How are couples defining roles, and what has helped the process along? Kari Goetz and her husband, Crawford Long, invite us inside their home.
Some children are seen as older than they are, and Dr. Carleah East said it happens often to Black children. Dr. East talked about the adultification of Black and Brown kids. She explains the symptoms of adultification and how she works to stop it from happening.
United Way Suncoast is evolving, and CEO Jessica Muroff said the organization is renewing its focus on diversity, equity and inclusion. Muroff believes honesty will allow the United Way to better serve the community. She had A Frank Conversation about how the accountability starts with her: “I personally, for me understand my privilege, and the success and stability that I have for my family. That only galvanizes me even more to support others in our community. This is what I was born and created to do.”
10 Tampa Bay Brightside anchor Frank Wiley invites you to participate in what’s often discussed in his familiar spaces: barbershops, social media, phone talks with friends and family, and church. Subscribe as new talks are released weekly.
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