Healing the Village
By Michael Montgomery
Healing the VillageJan 13, 2022
In this episode we discuss how individuals become envious of the post and pictures they see on Facebook.
In this episode we welcome Mr. Vernon Hoods, a childhood friend and 1/4 of a group of men called "the Southern Boys". We talk about what brotherhood mean to us, how important it is to the village and how it serves as the glue for our community.
Impact of Mental Health on Education
In this episode we examine the correlation between mental health and education. Mr. John Jackson who is an advisor for the Black Student Leadership Council of Omaha, Nebraska and instructor at the University of Nebraska-Omaha talks to us about our children and families and the impact mental health has on their education.
Mental Health and Family Justice
In this episode we welcome Aaron Mixon, Esq. Attorney at Law, Co-owner of Mixon, Charles-Asar & Associates. Aaron discusses the correlation between mental health and family law. Aaron speaks on the issues and challenges of navigating the legal system to help families stay together.
Concealing, not Dealing, no Healing Part 2
In this episode we welcome Mrs. Angelina Watkins owner and Master Teacher of Becoming to Being. Angelina talks about unmasking and unpacking past trauma to achieve abundant life.
Concealing, not dealing, no healing
In this episode we talk about the dysfunction of keeping and hiding family secrets. We discuss the long-term effects on the individual, family and future generations.
Mental Health of the Village
In this episode we welcome Joy Gadson. Joy is an author and podcaster. Joy and I discuss how mental health plays a vital role in healing the village.
Welcome to the Village
This is our inaugural show. In this episode we describe the village, we talk about the villagers (family, friends and neighbors) and we explain how we desire "our" village to be. Check us out weekly at beyoupodcasting.com or wherever you get your podcasts.