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Community Health and Wellness


Community Health and Wellness

A collective of entrepreneurs whose varied businesses focus on improving, on many levels, the health and wellness of the Black family!

Location: Chicago
Members: 16
Latest Activity: Jul 30, 2013

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Our Community Our Health 1 Reply

Started by Deirdre Fields. Last reply by Kimberly Zenobia, Bead D' Beads Jul 30, 2013.

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Comment by Kimberly Reese on November 2, 2012 at 11:44am

 I make candles getting ready to make my thankgiving candles and baskets

Comment by Indira Wilburn on March 8, 2012 at 10:50am

Good morning everyone! It's a PLEASURE to be part of the group. I'm having a FREE Health & Wellness seminar in Chicago, March 13th @ the Ramada Inn in Hyde Park. It starts at 6:30p.  Be my guest and learn more on how we can get our Community DISEASE FREE! For details, visit then call me at  267.297.1557 to RSVP!

Comment by Moni Rashad on November 10, 2008 at 1:14pm
Here's some food for thought. We just elected the first African American President. It look hard work and much sacrifice but we did it! So, if the new President elect, wakes up the day after being elected as President, eats breakfast with his family, does a quick work out and then gets down to the business he was elected to handle. WHY ARE WE STILL PARTYING AND CELEBRATING???!!! If we truely elected him because we beleive he is the change prayed for, then why aren't we focused and positioning ourselves. I don't know about anybody else, but I want all that the promise has for me. Throwing my hands in the air, waving 'em like I just don't care is not why I elected our new President elect. Brothers and Sisters, spread the word! We have partied ourselves into a big mess in the first place. It's time to get busy because today we can blame no one but ourselves if our minds are not in position when it's time to cross over into the promised land.
Comment by Tammy Dee on October 16, 2008 at 1:50pm
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Comment by Moni Rashad on October 16, 2008 at 1:47pm
Thanks, I'll pass it on!
Comment by Tammy Dee on October 16, 2008 at 12:58pm
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Comment by Bean Soup Times on October 14, 2008 at 12:03pm
good point Moni. I agree! I am ready and willing to build.
Comment by Moni Rashad on October 14, 2008 at 10:02am
Greetings, In response to Sister Crystal's last comment: I am definitely interested. My heart is pulled in the direction of teen parents. If there is any way that I can be of service in any way addressing some of the issues of stressed out parents, please feel free to reach out.

As the election draws near, we truly need a support network for our brothers and sisters who are parents. At this time we need to connect, support, and encourage one another. As I have learned from experience, many of the situations that engulf us are mere illusions created by the enemy to not only distract us from reality; but also to distract us from our children. When the storm of the momment passes, we will have neglected an entire season of our children's development that needed our attention and guidance. Thus, leaving a open unguarded door for the enemy to plant a seed in the minds and hearts of our children.

Please feel free to reach out whenever the SPIRIT lays it on your heart you!
Comment by will crosby on October 14, 2008 at 9:37am
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ViSalus is a company built on a solid foundation and constructed for the long haul. We believe that when you have the right team in place, anything becomes possible.

We are committed to producing unique products backed by legitimate science and continuing to advance our technology innovations to always separate ourselves from the market.

Above all we care about the constant development of our leaders in the field and will always provide the most comprehensive training and support system in the industry.

We are a company built on integrity; a community bonded by a common goal with an uncommon dedication to making positive, lasting change.

We invite you to learn more about our products, our incentives, and the people who make ViSalus Sciences a truly special company, and we look forward to seeing you in a local market as we build this reality by your side. Check the link below
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Comment by Crystal Stevenson-Wright on October 8, 2008 at 7:30pm
Thanks for bringing up anger and parenting issues. Unfortunately being a parent is the only job that requires no previous experience and you don't have to show competency in your work to advance and repeat your work! However, there are resources out here that are available, but I don't think that enough is done so that the masses are aware of them nor of how to take advantage of them. Additionally, some of those same resources don't take into account cultural, social, historical, economical factors that make OUR experiences, issues and solutions different from other groups.

All that been said, I'd like to offer what I hope is a step in the right direction for addressing at least some part of parenting problems we share and I need y'all's feedback...what if there was a way to help families deal with STRESS (and we know it comes from many levels) starting with the initial bonding and attachment process that begins at birth??? What if that process or interaction can be enhanced with very simple ways that can be taught to any mother OR father in a variety of settings??? What if these ways have ties to 'old school ways', and are proven to be effective???


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