What’s Wrong with You?”: It’s Okay to Seek Counseling

I was texting a friend who asked me my plans for the rest of my day after grabbing a quick coffee with me for lunch. I replied, “Work, study, and then I have a therapy session later on.” “What’s wrong with you?”, they replied. On that day, nothing in particular was “wrong”, but it made…

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Indie Artist Touches Radio Waves: Interview with Rapper J.Tallie

Back in the Day. When I was younger I used to read a lot and write poetry every now and then. I freestyled for fun with members of GME when we use to hang out. People would just come up to me and say “Bust a flow!”. The passion for music started when I recorded…

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Teresa Arreola is Sunluna.

Before a Camera, an IPOD. I started out doing art with myself. I would take selfies, random pictures, and then edit them, somehow they came out very photogenic. People would talk like “Oh your pictures are “too” nice or “You don’t look like that!”, which would upset me because I wasn’t trying to Catfish! I…

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Reconciliation with Former Friends

rekənˌsilēˈāSH(ə)n/ noun 1. the restoration of friendly relations. Friends come, friends definitely go and only true friends can withstand the tests of times. My best friend and I reconciled after not speaking for 2 years. Recovering friendships, especially if the people involved are really important to you, helps heal your hurts and can essentially improve your…

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Singer,Songwriter, & Poet.| Interview with Mia Ayana

Singer. Songwriter. Poet. Three creative elements Mia Ayana fluidly installs in her new song “Letter to My Past.” Check out my interview with her!  MsNiseyBaby: You said you started writing in the 4th grade, do you remember the songs you wrote or what you were singing about? Mia Ayana: *laughs* Yes! One song I wrote…

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