We Need to Talk
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We Need to Talk

Therapy apps get boost in popularity as social isolation continues

Two years into pandemic and people need someone to talk to

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“How long is this gon’ go on?” Aunt Vi asked on Episode 3 of OWN’s “Queen Sugar.” “People are not gon’ stay at home forever. People need people, to touch and feel each other. S’posed to be for two weeks. It’s been a lot longer than that.”




Let’s chat about my oddball thoughts on family, relationships and activism — with a dose of comedy, too.

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Shamontiel L. Vaughn

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