Healthier Moms – Sister Friends Together http://www.sisterfriends-together.org/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 03:12:42 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/default1.png Healthier Moms – Sister Friends Together http://www.sisterfriends-together.org/ 32 32 “I drank a bottle of champagne and 2 bottles of red. So I stop https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/i-drank-a-bottle-of-champagne-and-2-bottles-of-red-so-i-stop/ Sun, 26 Jun 2022 08:00:01 +0000 https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/i-drank-a-bottle-of-champagne-and-2-bottles-of-red-so-i-stop/ The first time I touched alcohol, I was 14 years old. It was my freshman year of high school and I was so desperate to impress older boys at a game of beer bang that I ended up drinking so much vodka and orange juice that I passed out. almost instantly. . When I woke […]]]>

The first time I touched alcohol, I was 14 years old. It was my freshman year of high school and I was so desperate to impress older boys at a game of beer bang that I ended up drinking so much vodka and orange juice that I passed out. almost instantly. .

When I woke up, I had few memories of the night before, but I wasn’t worried. It was a party after all. Sure, I had blacked out, but nothing horrible had happened except my first giant hangover.

In my early teens, alcohol became a kind of magic elixir. It made me more comfortable in social situations, more secure in my body, and less like the awkward teenager I felt inside. Drinking helped me finally feel like I belonged.

Growing up, I had been bombarded with messages about the dangers of drugs. Constant advertisements and campaigns terrified me of touching any type of narcotic substance. But I never felt the same sense of fear when it came to alcohol.

By the time I reached Louisiana State University, I was more than ready to live up to the school’s party girl reputation. Fuzzy memories and blackouts were only part of the college experience. Throughout those years, I worked in restaurants most nights and easily had a few drinks while working, plus three or four after work.

But I never understood that binge drinking was just for college days. It followed me right into the corporate world in my twenties, with constant happy hours, end-of-year parties and corporate retreats. Endless free drinks, boozy dinners, and binge drinking all seemed key to team bonding. As long as we could hold our own in front of customers, we were good. Even though I didn’t drink alcohol every day, I often ended up binging on the weekends and couldn’t resist a happy hour during the week.

Once, during my early years as a professional, I ended up in the ER having my stomach pumped. Six months later, I ended up passing out in front of my colleagues in a restaurant bathroom during a networking event.

Both of these events planted a seed in my mind that maybe my drinking wasn’t “normal”, but I carried on as normal.

Friday and Saturday nights were spent in the bars and when “Sunday Funday” came around, I had no problem turning to the bottle before the start of the work week. Drinking on the day was glamorous and Instagram worthy. I was like, “Mimosas are a breakfast drink, so it’s good to have one on Tuesdays.”

Tessa Lowe, 40, of Seattle. The mother-of-two quit drinking in December 2020 after a decade-long problematic relationship with alcohol.
Tessa Lowe

For a long time, I thought hangovers, daytime drinking, and bulimia were all ordinary behaviors. That’s what everyone around me was doing, or at least that’s what they said. As a culture, we laugh at hangovers, but they really should be called alcohol overdoses or withdrawal. Perhaps then they would be less socially acceptable.

When I became a mother to my two children, I always thought the fog in my head was normal. After a stressful day, it was normal to open a bottle of wine. After all, I was a mother of two young children, and popping the cork is a perfectly ordinary way for busy moms to unwind.

From Internet memes to merchandise and TV shows, “Mom Needs Wine!” was a message that I received from all angles. After years of participating in this culture, I realized that my “brain fog” was actually a constant, low-intensity hangover.

Alcohol can be an easy short-term solution for parents. For me it worked like a charm, until it didn’t. Then I started counting how many weekends I had with my kids until they were 18, and how many of those I was currently spending hungover. The numbers didn’t look good.

I thought it was a matter of moderation. Maybe I liked the wine too much? So I switched to vodka, then added more rules about when and where I could drink. But, I broke all the rules and wrote each of my failures as a result of what was going on in my life at the time. It was never the booze; I believed I deserved to drink and I couldn’t imagine a life without it.

I once casually said to my therapist, “Everyone is drinking.

She replied with a worried air: “No, not everyone drinks.

It blew my mind – that some people in the world just don’t drink. I thought only people with serious problems, drunk driving and arrests should quit.

I didn’t have the typical “stone bottom”. Nothing really crazy happened. I had tried to quit several times and couldn’t last more than about a week. Then the pandemic hit. I stocked up on wine and toilet paper like everyone else. I consumed more and more alcohol to cope with daily stress. This turned into a sick cycle of frequent drinking that lasted about six months. I knew my drinking was a problem. I read all kinds of books and started going to therapy to try to quit, but nothing seemed to work.

Towards the end of my drinking days, I often drank a little more than a bottle of wine each day and still felt and acted completely normal. I found myself looking for a buzz that never really came. At that time, there was a very fine line between drinking enough to get drunk and passing out completely. I sometimes realized that I drank too much and tried to throw up what I drank to avoid a hangover. It never worked.

So sometimes I would have a hard cider in the morning, or a drink at noon just so I wouldn’t feel like I was completely dead. I would curse myself for having drunk too much the night before and swear not to drink alcohol again forever. Then the next day I overdid it again and went back into the cycle.

I promised myself that I could drink sensibly and that this time it would be different, but then I would end up drinking too much and end up drinking the next day so I wouldn’t want to die. This all happened quickly, over six months in 2020.

My last drink was on Christmas Day 2020. After drinking almost an entire bottle of champagne and a bottle or two of red wine, I woke up with my usual hangover the next morning. When my immediate reaction was to pour peanut butter whiskey into my coffee, I knew something had to change.

The first 30 days of sobriety were incredibly difficult. I felt like I was walking
with an open wound. I was very concerned about what other people thought of my decision not to drink and the idea of ​​living a life without alcohol was terrifying, I couldn’t imagine what it was going to be like. Social and professional events became difficult and I spent a lot of time worrying about all possible situations and reactions.

So, I had to say “no” to a lot of things at first. I knew that most situations would be too triggering and I needed time to adjust to this new alcohol-free life.

The first big event I went to was at my friend’s house. She was throwing a huge Seahawks party and soon I started getting overwhelmed with all the shots people were drinking. I ended up walking out of the party, driving home and taking a nap. When I came back to pick up my husband, no one had even noticed that I had left.

In the beginning, changing my routine at the end of the afternoon was essential. The urge to drink for me occurred around 4 p.m. I knew if I could make it until 7 p.m. without drinking, the cravings would pass and I would be fine.

Some days were easy for the first few months, and I had no urges to drink at all, but it took me a good six months of not responding to the urges to feel like I was in control. The other days, it took everything in me not to stop at the store and grab a bottle of wine.

The biggest challenges were in the social relationships in my life. Some of my friendships have been formed while drinking wine. It’s sad to see the truth that there may not have been a real connection. But I’m lucky that most of my relationships have improved since I quit drinking. Especially with my husband and kids.

I also had to walk away from my business. The fog lifted after I stopped drinking, and I could see more clearly that things weren’t right. It was a huge loss as it was something I had been working on for over a decade. I am now happy because I know the path I am on is more in line with what I am meant to do in my life.

Instead, I made sobriety my full-time job and was blessed with a very supportive husband and time to spend devouring all the sobriety books and podcasts. I was also in weekly therapy and attended meetings with other non-alcoholic mothers. It took a long time, but that was what I had to do to make it stick.

Every aspect of my life is better because I’m alcohol-free. This does not mean that everything is perfect or that I have no more problems. It’s just that alcohol is no longer a part of my life and therefore no new problems arise because of it.

I was able to deepen my authentic self and uncover some core issues that drove me to drink alcohol in the first place. There are other benefits that I like; clearer skin and less bloating. Overall I feel healthier and sleep much better now.

Alcohol stole the little joys from my life. I now find pleasure in small things like a cup of coffee and snuggling up to a really good book. I’ve missed too much of my life being numb or hungover. A life without alcohol, for me, is a better life.

Tessa Lowe, 40, is a mother of two from Seattle who quit drinking during the pandemic. She now provides tips and resources for those looking to quit drinking. For more information, visit his Instagram or TikTok pages under @tessarlowe.

All opinions expressed in this article are those of the author.

As told to Monica Greep.

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Greenwich Entertainment Acquires NA Rights to ‘Love, Charlie’, Doc to ‘Bad Boy’ Chief Charlie Trotter https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/greenwich-entertainment-acquires-na-rights-to-love-charlie-doc-to-bad-boy-chief-charlie-trotter/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 16:15:50 +0000 https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/greenwich-entertainment-acquires-na-rights-to-love-charlie-doc-to-bad-boy-chief-charlie-trotter/ EXCLUSIVE: Before Anthony Bourdain and Gordon Ramsey, there was Charlie Trotter, the OG of bad boy chefs. The late culinary master, who earned Michelin stars at his restaurants in Chicago and Las Vegas, is the subject of Rebecca Halpern’s first documentary Love, Charlie: The Rise and Fall of Chef Charlie Trotter. Greenwich Entertainment announced today […]]]>

EXCLUSIVE: Before Anthony Bourdain and Gordon Ramsey, there was Charlie Trotter, the OG of bad boy chefs.

The late culinary master, who earned Michelin stars at his restaurants in Chicago and Las Vegas, is the subject of Rebecca Halpern’s first documentary Love, Charlie: The Rise and Fall of Chef Charlie Trotter. Greenwich Entertainment announced today that it has acquired the North American rights to the film, with plans to release it in theaters later this year.

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Trotter has authored or co-authored 14 cookbooks, hosted a PBS cooking show, and even won a professional culinary association’s Humanitarian of the Year award, in addition to launching restaurants. to success. He was known for his savory cooking, but his tongue could be tart.

He was “a foodie revolutionary,” according to a description of the film, “but his tempestuous and competitive nature alienated many. Using never-before-seen archival material and new interviews with those who loved him and hated him, this gripping, unvarnished profile chronicles the passions of a great chef while revealing the consequences of pursuing excellence at all costs. .

“Chef Charlie Trotter’s story is a cautionary tale for anyone who identifies too closely with his work,” Halpern noted in a statement. “And while much of his journey is impressive and admirable, Charlie’s story is a warning to all of us to create healthier boundaries at work and in life. Charlie’s favorite quote, “After the love, there is only the kitchen”, is emblematic of this because, in the end, the kitchen was all Charlie had left.

The Chicago-area native had a guest appearance in the 1997 comedy Julia Roberts The wedding of my best friend, essentially playing himself as an unstable boss. He died of an aneurysm in 2013 at the age of 54. He is survived by a son, as well as a wife and two ex-wives.

Love, Charlie is produced by Renée Frigo of Oak Street Pictures. Executive producers are Ray Harris, Tony DeLuca, Margie Geddes and Lisa St. John. Notables who appear in the film include former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and some of Trotter’s fellow chefs and restaurateurs, including Wolfgang Puck, Emeril LaGasse, Grant Achatz and Rick Bayless.

Frigo said, “We are thrilled to launch our film with Greenwich, a dedicated team passionate about sharing Charlie Trotter’s story with the widest possible audience.”

Andy Bohn of Greenwich Entertainment brokered the acquisition deal with Ben Schwartz of Submarine on behalf of the filmmakers.

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Meghan Trainor confidently ‘resumes’ as new mum on new LP https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/meghan-trainor-confidently-resumes-as-new-mum-on-new-lp/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 23:02:47 +0000 https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/meghan-trainor-confidently-resumes-as-new-mum-on-new-lp/ The last time Meghan Trainor released an album in late January 2020, the world was weeks away from shutting down. And despite bops like “Nice to Meet Ya” with Nicki Minaj, a collaboration with the Pussycat Dolls, and earworms like “Funk” and “Evil Twin,” spoil myself easily became one of Trainor’s most underrated works. Also, […]]]>

The last time Meghan Trainor released an album in late January 2020, the world was weeks away from shutting down. And despite bops like “Nice to Meet Ya” with Nicki Minaj, a collaboration with the Pussycat Dolls, and earworms like “Funk” and “Evil Twin,” spoil myself easily became one of Trainor’s most underrated works.

Also, with the lockdowns caused by the pandemic, Trainor couldn’t perform a single song from the perfect pop record. “It was sad and heartbreaking. I was like, ‘Well, that sucks,'” Trainor says rolling stone.

Fast forward to 2022 and Trainor prepares for a new era in her life and music as she announces her musical comeback with LP Take it backreleased on October 21.

Things are much different now for the singer. “She’s a whore!” says Trainor, who welcomed son Riley with actor Daryl Sabara in 2021. “I feel like my writing is a lot better since I had a C-section.”

The album is filled with relatable lyrics, bop reggae, Latin banger with Natti Natasha and, of course, some Trainor-style anthems.

“It’s like Title 2.0. It’s my old school,” she says, referring to her 2015 breakthrough, which included songs like “All About That Bass” and “Dear Future Husband.” “It’s true to myself in all the weird genres I go to, but also modern with my doo-wop in there.”

She adds: “The lyrics are stronger than ever, and it’s always a party.

Discuss with rolling stone From a plush couch in his basement studio, Trainor shares details about the upcoming album, learns to re-love his body and regain his confidence, and why his therapist probably deserves songwriting credit.

It’s called Take it back. Why is that?

I knew before writing this song that it would be called “Takin’ It Back”. I had with Mozella, who wrote [Miley Cyrus’] “Wrecking ball.” And she said, “You know what’s crazy? All these artists and songwriters coming in are like, ‘I want to do the Meghan Trainor sound. “And I was like, ‘What the fuck? I have a sound? Do they mean the doo-wop stuff? And they’re like, “Yeah.” And I was like, “Oh, hard! I could do this in my sleep. Like, this is easy. So I was like, ‘Let’s do this.’ And then we did, ‘Don’t I Make It Look Easy”.

I heard that and got this exciting feeling that I haven’t had since “Dear Future Husband” from “Oh, wow, people are going to love this.” I wanted to “bring it back” to that first sound I had. And this song “Takin It Back” is about bringing it back to good music when they had real instruments.

I think it could also be like you’re taking back your-

What? Take back my power? Yeah, because during the pandemic too, I lost that. I must have lost it, because I went to an event where Miley Cyrus was. And my team said to me: “You know her, go say hello to her!” And I was like, “I don’t want to bother him.” And they’re like, “What?”

I just felt like everything I ever achieved is gone. I did not go out in public and [for] so long trying to be safe, and it crippled my confidence a bit. And so coming back with music, I was also very hard on myself. I thought all those songs were garbage. Every idea I came up with, I was like, “Is this lame or amazing?” “Is it garbage or is it drugs?” And everyone was like, ‘This is your best work yet.’ I think when I started to see [and] hearing people who don’t have to be nice to me telling me that this music is good, that’s when I thought to myself, “Maybe I have something special.

Tell me about “Mama Want to Mambo” with Arturo Sandoval and Natti Natasha.

We were looking for old-school music and what was going on at the time, [and] also how I was able to incorporate new sounds. And I remembered, “Daddy loves Mambo” [by Perry Como]. And I was like, Mom want to fuck Mambo. And I love alliteration. I love Ms and Ms and I thought of all the moms on TikTok who are going to eat this and love it like me and my mom. It’s about being a working mom who wants to go out at night. I love my baby boy, but I really need a dance break… Natti Natasha is a queen and a mom. So it was fate. The day it was due was the day she decided to do it for me. She did this shit in an hour. I swear to god. I was like what? I was convinced it wouldn’t happen, but she did. When I say Natti Natasha is on my song, people’s eyes go wide because they’re like, “How?” I don’t know, I got lucky.

What’s one of your favorites on the album?

I have always been subconscious of my body. And it was really hard for me to love my body. Obviously. I write a lot about this. But after I had a c-section and a baby, I got new stretch marks, and then a c-section scar cuts through them. Not only am I like, “What body is this?” I never had a scar, so seeing all these new marks on me, literally, I got PTSD after having a c-section because you have to be awake. So I would lay in my bed at night and be like, “She’s still inside me.” I had to learn to love my body with all this new shit on top of it. And it was scary and terrible.

I never felt sexy. I didn’t want to have sex with my man because I was like “Ew, rude”. and he was like “You are literally gorgeous.” So I write these anthems and bangers about loving me for me because I need it the most. “Made You Look” was one of those songs.

My therapist told me “look at yourself naked for five minutes”. It’s the hardest thing you’ll ever do. I wrote the song about, yes, I could wear all the fancy clothes and I could be dressed up with my stylist and makeup artist. But I can still be warm without anything. I can still look good naked. So it was that song. It is special.

Tell me about “Bad for Me” and working with Teddy Swims.

I wrote it about a real situation that happened. Toxic relationships can be in your family and you can walk away from them and it sucks. But it is doable. I wrote this song with Wrabel and Stint. They were literally strangers! Then that night I was lying in bed with Daryl – my husband – and he knew how much of a Teddy Swims fan I am. I always say “I will have my Teddy duo one day.” Daryl looked at me and said, “Is that your Teddy song?”

I texted the writers and they said, “We know Teddy.” They put me in a group chat and I was in bed screaming. I sent the song and he said, “I’d be honored to be a part of it.” And then literally, a week later, he came to my house, met my whole family. And I cut her voice in [my studio]. I taught him the song and accompanied him and he’s been my best friend ever since.

How has becoming a mom changed music for you?

I feel like half the songs are about being a mom. But I also made it accessible, so it’s not just like “I’m a mother”. “Don’t Make It Look Easy” is about being a mom, but it’s also like posting on social media. You only show the good shit and will never show the bad. It’s like “Don’t believe everything you see online because life is a lie on social media.”

Things definitely got more emotional. And life is very precious. I have always been terrified of death. Like, that’s my biggest fear. That’s why “Last Breath” [dedicated to husband Daryl] close the album. You also hear a lot of my impending doom for death on this album. But when you have a baby too, it’s like, “Oh, I want to live to be 110 so I can stay here as long as possible. I can’t imagine a world where I don’t have him and he doesn’t have me. That’s having a baby. Your fear of death is only increasing!

Let’s talk about the album cover.

My body is amazing. I worked really hard on my body. My lifestyle is different. I have a dietician and a trainer because I am blessed. They helped me learn to live forever and be healthy. And 60 pounds of weight fell off. He did not fall. It got screwed up. I have never felt better, more confident, happier and healthier and my skin is flawless. What was the question?

Album cover!

Oh that’s right ! I wanted to show my body and I did it well. I don’t photoshop. I don’t break my bones like that. Leave that shit clear! But if we see a nipple…hide it. We also wanted: it’s the mother but it’s elegant. And she’s classy. She therefore wears a complete Balenciaga bodysuit. I was really proud and impressed!

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(BPRW) Environmental Defense Fund expert Heather McTeer Toney and Moms Clean Air Force’s Almeta E. Cooper available to highlight intersection of Juneteenth and climate action | Press Releases https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/bprw-environmental-defense-fund-expert-heather-mcteer-toney-and-moms-clean-air-forces-almeta-e-cooper-available-to-highlight-intersection-of-juneteenth-and-climate-action-press-releases/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 05:11:14 +0000 https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/bprw-environmental-defense-fund-expert-heather-mcteer-toney-and-moms-clean-air-forces-almeta-e-cooper-available-to-highlight-intersection-of-juneteenth-and-climate-action-press-releases/ (BPRW) Environmental Defense Fund expert Heather McTeer Toney and Moms Clean Air Force’s Almeta E. Cooper available to highlight the intersection of Juneteenth and climate action EDF and Moms Clean Air Force continue their call for bold climate action (Black PR Wire) Washington, DC – Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) and Moms Clean Air Force acknowledge […]]]>

(BPRW) Environmental Defense Fund expert Heather McTeer Toney and Moms Clean Air Force’s Almeta E. Cooper available to highlight the intersection of Juneteenth and climate action

EDF and Moms Clean Air Force continue their call for bold climate action

(Black PR Wire) Washington, DC – Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) and Moms Clean Air Force acknowledge and honor the hope held by 250,000 enslaved Black Texans as they waited released two years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. Healthier communities, reduced costs for families, and climate action are worth fighting for and keeping hope alive this Juneteenth, especially for Black American communities disproportionately impacted by environmental injustices.

Available Monday, June 20, EDF experts Heather McTeer Toney and Almeta E. Cooper are available to connect Juneteenth, black liberation, and the historic opportunity to create jobs and equitable change with federal climate investments :

  • Heather McTeer Toney, EDF’s Vice President for Community Engagement, works with a wide range of stakeholders and constituencies – such as mayors, faith-based organizations, unions and universities – to support and place people at the center of climate solutions. Heather offers innovative, scalable, and equitable community engagement strategies that demonstrate the variety of benefits of climate action.
  • Almeta E. Cooper, National Manager for Health Equity, lends her expertise to all aspects of Clean Air Force Moms work, with a particular focus on the community health equity program. Her work on clean air and climate justice issues for Moms Clean Air Force is a natural progression from her 30-year career as an executive, lawyer and advocate for organizations focused on health care, equity in health and women and girls.

There is a lot of work to be done to advance environmental justice and a path to 100% clean electricity and transportation. EDF and Moms Clean Air Force continue the call for bold climate action from the public and private sectors.

If you would like to arrange an interview with Heather and/or Almeta, please contact Cecile Brown or Flo McAfee.

The content and opinions expressed in this press release are those of the authors and/or companies represented, and are not necessarily shared by Black PR Wire. The author(s) and/or companies represented are solely responsible for the facts and the accuracy of the content of this press release. Black PR Wire reserves the right to reject a press release if, in Black PR Wire’s opinion, the content of the release is unsuitable for distribution.

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ABC13 Town Hall examines growing barriers for LGBTQ+ youth https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/abc13-town-hall-examines-growing-barriers-for-lgbtq-youth/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 23:03:45 +0000 https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/abc13-town-hall-examines-growing-barriers-for-lgbtq-youth/ HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – While the past year has brought a variety of challenges to so many, Bekah Bryant has faced some fights she never expected on behalf of her 9-year-old daughter. “One of the things I always say is that the fact that Sunny is (transgender) is the least interesting thing about him,” Bryant […]]]>
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – While the past year has brought a variety of challenges to so many, Bekah Bryant has faced some fights she never expected on behalf of her 9-year-old daughter.

“One of the things I always say is that the fact that Sunny is (transgender) is the least interesting thing about him,” Bryant said. “It’s not the subject of our dinner, it’s not our main focus in our lives, but unfortunately we had to make it our main focus.”

On Thursday, Bryant joined Eyewitness News reporter Pooja Lodhia for an ABC13 town hall, highlighting the barriers our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning young people face in their quest for health, safety and a childhood. normal.

Thursday’s town hall panelists included:

  • Agent Alan Rosen, Harris Co. Precinct 1
  • Andrea Segovia, TENT Senior Policy and Field Advisor
  • Bekah Bryant, mother and LGBTQ+ rights advocate
  • Diamond Stylz, executive director of Black Trans Women Inc.
  • Harrison Guy, Community Organizer
  • Laura Kanter, Montrose Center Youth Services Manager
  • Sunny Bryant, 9-year-old transgender girl and LGBTQ+ rights advocate
  • Taryn Biggs, The Mahogany Project

Where many parents don’t have to think twice about whether their children will find support at school, youth athletics or the doctor’s office, Bryant said she and her daughter have spent over 100 hours in Austin last year fighting to make sure Sunny had the same rights as her classmates.

“It was terrifying,” Bryant said. “It took a toll on us.”

Meanwhile, new data from the Trevor Project reveals troubling disparities faced by our LGBTQ+ youth, including a rising trend in suicidal thoughts and ongoing issues with accessing mental health care.

According to a 2022 study, 45% of LGBTQ+ youth reported they seriously considered attempting suicide in the past year, while 60% who wanted mental health care said they could not get it.

RELATED: Comprehensive List of Houston LGBTQ+ Community Resources

The teen mental health crisis uncovered by the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disproportionately impact younger members of Houston’s LGBTQ+ community, said Laura Kanter, director of youth services at the Montrose Center.

“I have 10- and 11-year-olds, and 15- and 16-year-olds who report issues of discrimination in their school, where they’re not supported to be who they are,” Kanter says. “They’re not addressed with the pronouns they use, they don’t use the names that belong to them.”

According to the report by The Trevor Project, data shows that homes and schools for these children can reduce the risk of suicide by nearly half.

Families in Texas have also faced a barrage of laws from Austin aimed at removing important rights for LGBTQ+ children.

According to Equality Texas, more than 30 anti-LGBTQ+ bills were introduced in the state legislature in the last session, seeking to ban children like Sunny from playing on sports teams aligned with their gender identity and to preventing transgender children from accessing affirmative health care in Texas.

In February, Governor Greg Abbott ordered the state to investigate parents who provide gender-affirming care to their transgender children, calling some procedures child abuse.

Gender-affirming care is endorsed by all major medical associations as an appropriate treatment for gender dysphoria, defined as the distress someone feels when their assigned sex does not match their gender identity.

The long list of laws that could impact Sunny has her mother, a 7th generation Texan whose family helped build the Galveston Seawall, feeling less at home.

“I was planning to raise my family here, and now it’s in limbo because, from now on, when she gets to college, she won’t be able to play sports. It’s done,” Bryant said. “And will things progress so that she doesn’t get medical treatment? Because if that’s the case, we have to go.”

You can check out the full list of resources for LGBTQ+ youth below.

Virtual Town Hall will stream exclusively on ABC13.com, ABC13’s smartphone apps, and ABC13’s connected TV apps on Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, and Google TV. Just search for “ABC13 Houston”.

Resources for Houston LGBTQ+ Youth and Families

If you or someone you know is in crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME at 741741. You can also reach the LGBT Switchboard 24-Hour Helpline at 713-529-3211, Trans Lifeline at 877-565-8860 (US) or 877-330-6366 (Canada), and The Trevor Project at 866-488-7386.

Hatch Youth/Hatch Jr.
As Houston’s oldest and currently active social group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth, Hatch Youth is dedicated to empowering teens ages 13-20 to become citizens. responsible and positive contributors to society. The program provides a safe and nurturing social environment, health education, programs, and role model/peer support. Hatch Jr. serves youth ages 7-12.

For more details:

Montrose Grace Place
Every Monday and Thursday at 6:00 p.m., Montrose Grace Place opens its doors to homeless youth, ages 13-24, of all sexual orientations and gender identities. Youth Night is an evening of food, mentorship and skill building. Youth and volunteers share a family-style sit-down meal, followed by an interactive lesson, craft or other activity. Plus, kids can “shop” through our donated wardrobe of supplies, which includes clothes, shoes, toiletries, bus passes and snacks.
For more details:

PFLAG Houston
When your child or loved one comes to you and shares that they are LGBTQ, you may not even know where to start to show them that you love and support them. PFLAG is made up of moms, dads, families and friends who can help by sharing their stories and experiences.

For more details:

The Mahogany Project
The Mahogany Project aims to reduce social isolation, stigma, and acts of injustice in TQLGB+ communities of color. The organization raises awareness and advocates for the expansion of social, health and education services, and coordinates activities to improve, impact and engage with the community.

For details, call 832-275-8871.

The Montrose Center
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Zeta Phi Beta Sorority – Pi Zeta Chapter supports March of Dimes Mother of Movement Middle TN https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/zeta-phi-beta-sorority-pi-zeta-chapter-supports-march-of-dimes-mother-of-movement-middle-tn/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 03:21:31 +0000 https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/zeta-phi-beta-sorority-pi-zeta-chapter-supports-march-of-dimes-mother-of-movement-middle-tn/ Nashville, Tenn. (TN Tribune) – Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated – The Pi Zeta Chapter supports the March of Dimes Mother of Movement, Middle Tennessee fundraising campaign in Nashville, TN on May 14, 2022. Local chapters and auxiliaries of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority are once again supporting the Walk for Babies by raising funds and […]]]>

Nashville, Tenn. (TN Tribune) – Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated – The Pi Zeta Chapter supports the March of Dimes Mother of Movement, Middle Tennessee fundraising campaign in Nashville, TN on May 14, 2022.

Local chapters and auxiliaries of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority are once again supporting the Walk for Babies by raising funds and awareness to prevent premature births and give more babies a healthy start in life.

Zeta members in more than 850 communities across America and abroad will participate in March for Babies marches. Throughout the year, members host fundraising events, sign up for Zeta teams, and serve as event volunteers.

To address the disparities related to preterm birth, Zeta Members and Auxiliaries are at the forefront of raising awareness and money. Specifically, prematurity affects one in ten babies born in the United States today, a rate that has increased by 29% since 1981. The figures are even more alarming for African American babies who have a one in eight chance of being born. too early.

In 2021, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and its auxiliaries raised $880,924 for March for Babies. Locally in Nashville, TN, the Pi Zeta Chapter contributed $10,528.58 to the national total. This year, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated announced its national campaign to raise over $650,000 to support the March of Dimes mission. The Pi Zeta Chapter has already raised over $11,000 in anticipation of more funds raised by the end of the 2022 fundraising campaign.

Valerie Hollingsworth Baker, Centennial International President of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated, says, “This annual national fundraiser supports programs in our communities that help mothers have healthy full-term pregnancies and funds research to find answers to the problems that threaten babies everywhere. . March of Dimes has been running walks since 1970 and has raised over $4 billion to benefit all babies.

Founded in 1938, the March of Dimes fights for the health of all mothers and babies. MOD advocates for policies to protect them, works radically to improve the health care they receive, is at the forefront of research to find solutions, and gives families the knowledge and tools to have healthier pregnancies. By uniting communities, MOD is building a better future for us all. For the latest resources and information, visit www.marchofdimes.org or its Spanish language website www.nacersano.org
Find MOD on Facebook and follow MOD on Twitter.

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated was founded in 1920 on the belief that the social nature of sorority life should not overshadow the true mission of progressive organizations to tackle morals, evils, prejudices, poverty and social health problems. The international organization’s more than 125,000 initiated members, operating in more than 850 chapters, have donated millions of volunteer hours to educate the public, provide scholarships, support organized charities and promote legislation. social and civic.
change.

For more information about Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated, please visit www.zphib1920.org.

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Six Best Foods for Nursing Moms https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/six-best-foods-for-nursing-moms/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 12:50:48 +0000 https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/six-best-foods-for-nursing-moms/ Not just during pregnancy, a healthy diet after childbirth is also essential for new mothers. Having nutritious food helps nursing mothers regain strength while being extremely beneficial for the health of the newborn. In a post on Instagram, nutritionist Lovneet Batra mentioned the importance of these foods and shared some of those foods that can […]]]>

Not just during pregnancy, a healthy diet after childbirth is also essential for new mothers. Having nutritious food helps nursing mothers regain strength while being extremely beneficial for the health of the newborn. In a post on Instagram, nutritionist Lovneet Batra mentioned the importance of these foods and shared some of those foods that can be incorporated into a new mother’s diet for optimal nutrition.

“Nursing mothers need to fuel their bodies with the best nutrient rich foods for the baby to grow stronger, smarter and healthier,” she said.

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She listed some foods that can help.

Papaya

Papaya is good for your immune system. (Source: Getty Images/Thinkstock)

Papaya contains very useful vitamins for nursing mothers. It is a “super food” that can increase the quantity and quality of breast milk. Regular consumption of papaya can do wonders for the digestive system. It also helps prevent the development of cellulite.

Dalia

Dalia is packed with many health benefits. Made with broken wheat, dalia is easy to digest and packed with nutrition. It is high in fiber and is considered one of the best foods for boosting energy levels.

Banana

Bananas contain healthy carbohydrates and B vitamins. Rich in pectin, this super-energizing fruit helps moderate blood sugar and aids in gut health. It is a prebiotic that provides food for the good bacteria in the colon. The magnesium in it helps fight postpartum depression and also improves mood.

Amaranth

It’s the ultimate all-in-one nutritional formula for new mothers. It can help fight hair loss post-delivery. It is a good source of iron, manganese, selenium, phosphorus and copper which helps to regain strength.

Soaked nuts

nuts Eat soaked almonds in the morning or cashews or peanuts in the middle of the meal. (Source: getty images)

Another engine of nutrition, nuts are rich in essential minerals such as iron, calcium and zinc as well as vitamins K and B. They are also a healthy source of essential fatty acids and protein. Beyond their phenomenal nutritional composition, nuts are also considered lactogenic.

Milk

Drinking milk while breastfeeding is an excellent choice, provided neither the mother nor the baby are allergic. It contains eight grams of protein, 50% of your daily vitamin B12 needs, 25% of your daily needs calcium requirements and 15% of your daily potassium and vitamin D requirements.

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Remembering Linda Lovelace, the Deepthroat Star Who Became a Housewife in Denver https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/remembering-linda-lovelace-the-deepthroat-star-who-became-a-housewife-in-denver/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 23:06:00 +0000 https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/remembering-linda-lovelace-the-deepthroat-star-who-became-a-housewife-in-denver/ Which movie starring a Colorado-bound actress still holds the record for highest-grossing movie of all time? It would be Deep Throat, the first adult film to debut in mainstream cinema, helping to bring the sexual revolution to the middle class and breaking box office records when it was released in June 1972, exactly fifty years […]]]>

Which movie starring a Colorado-bound actress still holds the record for highest-grossing movie of all time? It would be Deep Throat, the first adult film to debut in mainstream cinema, helping to bring the sexual revolution to the middle class and breaking box office records when it was released in June 1972, exactly fifty years ago. Star Linda Lovelace spent the last years of her life quietly on the Denver metro, dying in a car accident in 2002 at the age of 53.

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A “global cinematic experience” will mark the film’s fiftieth anniversary, according to Damiano Films, including screenings of the new 4K restoration of Deep Throat, featuring in-person Q&A sessions with filmmakers in locations including “Berlin, Bologna, Seattle, Los Angeles, Kreuzberg, Miami, Chicago, Montreal, Amsterdam, Rome, London, Tokyo, Paris, Pittsburgh and more. ‘others”. The anniversary celebration is “about addressing the conversations that began 50 years ago with the original film as we watch individual rights and freedoms under attack by an extremist return to restrictions on our bodies and freedom of expression “, said the film company in a press release. .

Damiano Films is now managed by Deep Throat the children of director Gerard Damiano, Gerard Damiano Jr. and Christal Damiano, who work to preserve and promote their father’s legacy in the porn industry. Damiano was the author of other films on the adults-only spectrum, from the almost equally famous The Devil in Miss Jones to the dubious making of what Damiano Films calls a “cult classic” called let my puppets comeit is exactly what it sounds like: muppet porn.

The festivities will begin on June 10 in New York at the Roxy Cinema Tribeca with a 16mm screening and a panel discussion between porn stars and historians of the 1970s. Deep Throat will also be featured in a month-long exhibition at the Museum of Sex in New York titled From Porn Chic to Sex Positivity: Erotic Content and the Mainstream, 1960–Present.

Even if Lovelace were alive, she’s unlikely to join in the celebration, given the arc of her short life, in which she went from porn star to porn advocate to anti-porn activist. to attend porn conventions and sign autographs, a journey recorded in her own words in four separate autobiographies from 1974, 1980, and 1986. Her porn career spanned just six movies in as many years, from 1969 to 1975. And in 1986, Lovelace testified before the Meese Commission on Pornography, when she said, “When you see the movie Deep Throatyou watch me get raped.

Therapist and author Judith Herman, best known for her book Trauma and recovery, says that much of the behavior Lovelace exhibited later in life suggests she suffered from PTSD. But it’s unclear whether this condition was caused by her parents, experiences with pornography and prostitution in her young adulthood, or both.

Born Linda Susan Boreman in the Bronx in 1949, Lovelace had a religious upbringing that included Catholic schools and the nickname “Miss Holy Holy” due to her youthful aversion to sex and even physical contact. Her father was a largely absent New York policeman, her mother an aloof and overbearing waitress; When her father retired from the force in 1965, the family moved to Florida, where a few years later the unmarried Lovelace gave birth to a baby. Lovelace put this child up for adoption, but wrote years later that her mother had tricked her into giving up her rights to papers she didn’t read.

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Lovelace at the time of the Catholic school.

It was after abandoning the baby and the first of two catastrophic car accidents (the second would eventually cost her her life) that she met the man who would be her first husband, as well as her manager and pimp: Chuck Traynor. With her violent coercion, Lovelace moved to New York City in 1969, where she began doing hardcore “loops” for coin-operated peep shows and prostituting herself. That’s where the sexual wear began, Lovelace later recalled, which led to his starring role in Deep Throat, followed by the fantastic success of the film, which touched the general public zeitgeist; Lovelace even put her hand and footprints on the sidewalk outside the Hollywood Pussycat Theater.

But that’s where it gets tricky: Until the end of her life, Lovelace never really shied away from claiming that she was forced to do everything she did in the porn industry, and everything that goes with it. His films after Deep Throat played its fame from that first film, never reaching the level of success of the original – and certainly not its level of cultural acceptance. Lovelace’s contemporaries report having no idea that Lovelace was being forced into anything, although some agree that Traynor was abusive behind closed doors. The attitude of many was summed up by another 70s porn star and later porn lawyer, Gloria Leonard, who said that “she was a woman who never took responsibility for her own choices, but who instead blamed everything that happened to him in his life for porn.”

In her two 1974 autobiographies, Lovelace defends porn and the right to sexual expression, portraying herself as a champion of free speech and free love. By 1976, she had survived heavy drug use and was born again; she had to be replaced on the film Forever Emmanuelle because she would have refused to do nude scenes.

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Lovelace in its heyday.

Lovelace divorced Traynor in 1975 and married a blue-collar cable installer named Larry Marchiano in 1976. They had two children – the first in 1977, the second in 1980. This was the year his third autobiography. This one, titled torture, was a 180-degree turn from her early pro-porn years, and Lovelace went into great detail about how much of what she did was metaphorically or literally at gunpoint: porn, rape, prostitution, everything. For most of the early 1980s, she teamed up with several feminist activists linked to Women Against Pornography (WAP), including Gloria Steinem. She would later disavow her relationship with WAP, saying that once again she was being used by others for their own agendas.

It was in 1990 that Lovelace moved to Denver with her husband and two children when Marchiano’s drywall business failed. The couple divorced in 1996, but the two remained in contact until Lovelace’s death six years later; the family still resides in the Denver area today.

After her second divorce, and likely at least partly for financial reasons, Lovelace was back on the porn convention circuit, signing autographs and meeting fans to make ends meet. But for the past few years, she seemed content with everything she had been through and how she had managed to come out on the other side. In a 1997 interview on entertainment tonight, she summed it all up: “I look in the mirror and I look the happiest I have ever looked in my entire life. I’m not ashamed of my past or sad about it. And what people might think of me, well, that’s not real. I look in the mirror and I know I survived.

America never knew the real Linda; we only knew the character, the interpreter. But perhaps the fiftieth anniversary of Deep Throat will finally show him some respect.

And not just give another example of Linda Lovelace being used for someone else’s gratification.

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13 packaged beach foods – Brit + Co https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/13-packaged-beach-foods-brit-co/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 11:07:02 +0000 https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/13-packaged-beach-foods-brit-co/ When holidays the time is coming, we *need* some amazing beach food. What can we say, we are hungry there! Some of our favorite summers food like chocolate or popsicles aren’t necessarily great options when you’re spending time in the scorching sun all day, so we’ve rounded up a few packables snacks that you can […]]]>

When holidays the time is coming, we *need* some amazing beach food. What can we say, we are hungry there! Some of our favorite summers food like chocolate or popsicles aren’t necessarily great options when you’re spending time in the scorching sun all day, so we’ve rounded up a few packables snacks that you can toss in your cooler or beach bag without worry.


The best ideas for beach dishes

Sun-dried bananas ($7)

Fruit is always a good idea in hot weather and dried bananas are one of our favorites. These babies are fair trade certified and contain no added sugar.

Lemon Ribon Sour Candies

Lemon Ribon Sour Candy ($3)

This summer, anything and everything lemon-flavored is on our radar, and these candies should definitely be on yours. Sweet lemon candies are filled with an ultra sour lemon paste that will add something sweet and sour to your day at the beach.

Free oat bars

Free oat bars ($10 for 4)

Not only are these oat bars free of all common allergens like gluten, dairy, and nuts, they’re made with avocado oil which is good for your heart. Throw one in your beach bag or purse, and your stomach and taste buds will be satisfied!

Zero Sugar Chipotle Lime Jerky

Zero Sugar Chipotle Lime Jerky ($8)

Jerky is a tasty option that all meat lovers will appreciate. Mix things up by grabbing a bag that has a sour and spicy flavor.

Craftmix Variety Pack

These low-calorie, sugar-free cocktail mixes are perfect for everyone. All you need is still or sparkling water and vodka (which can also be omitted if you opt for a mocktail). Add ice from your cooler and enjoy!

Classic Hummus

Classic Hummus Singles ($4 for 6)

These little packets of hummus are the perfect size to fit in your bag or even your pocket. Pretzels are another safe option for the beach, as they won’t be affected by heat the way vegetables are. Peel, dip and enjoy.

Malibu Mylk Cafe

Malibu Mylk Coffee ($9 for 2)

We love iced coffee on a beach day, but it’s not always fun to deal with a drink that could spill all over the place. With these canisters, you don’t have to worry about any spills until you get to the beach. In addition to being super portable, they contain 7g of fiber and no added sugar.

Delicious beach meals to enhance your vacation

Vegetable crisps off the beaten track

Eaten off the trail vegetable chips ($13)

Want something a little healthier than potato chips? We feel you, my daughter. These chips are made with real vegetables, and they’re both non-GMO and gluten-free. With rice, peas and black beans, this beach snack won’t disappoint.

Tamalitoz Peach slapped

Slapped Peach Tamalitoz ($4)

Instead of bringing a whole peach to the beach, opt for these peach candies that also feature chili, lime, and sea salt flavors.

Opopop POP CUPS DISCOVERY KIT

Opopop POP CUPS DISCOVERY KIT ($30, was $35)

Although these mugs require a microwave (meaning you can’t pop them when you’re at the beach), they’re small enough to fit in any bag and are already bursting with flavor. . Pop them in the microwave while you slip into your bathing suit, then toss them in a Ziplock bag for a tasty snack.

CORE Organic Refrigerated Veggie Protein Bars

CORE Organic Refrigerated Plant-Based Protein Bars ($15 for 5)

Snack bars won’t do you much good if they don’t fill you up. These protein bars are good for your gut and are made with plant-based ingredients that will appeal to vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. Our favorite is the Dark Chocolate Cherry.

Wine in a can Bev Glam

Bev Glam ($59 for 8)

This sparkling rosé contains passion fruit, red berries and white peaches for a fruity addition to your summer getaway. The glitter can is just the icing on the cake.

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Reviews, price, side effects [Scam Alert] How it works? https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/reviews-price-side-effects-scam-alert-how-it-works/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 19:35:33 +0000 https://www.sisterfriends-together.org/reviews-price-side-effects-scam-alert-how-it-works/ Reviews, price, side effects [Scam Alert] How it works?Condor CBD Gummies: All information here Supplements, treatments, and other methods are used to address the wide range of health issues that people face. As a result, CBD can be used for a wide range of ailments with just one easy-to-swallow capsule. In order to find a new formula that can help you, you need […]]]> Reviews, price, side effects [Scam Alert] How it works?

Condor CBD Gummies: All information here

Supplements, treatments, and other methods are used to address the wide range of health issues that people face. As a result, CBD can be used for a wide range of ailments with just one easy-to-swallow capsule.

In order to find a new formula that can help you, you need to know which CBD products are good and how to choose the best version for your scenario if you are also struggling with a range of ailments. There are a lot of misconceptions about what CBD is and how it can be used to treat pain and discomfort in the body if you are new to the subject.

Among the most well-known CBD products in the United States, the gummies created by Condor CBD make the body more manageable and convenient so as to increase performance. There’s a glut of CBD products on the market right now, but we can’t rely on anyone unless we understand what they are.

Product Name – Condor CBD Gummies

Location – United States

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In order to better understand and be sure which you should be using to improve your health, you should be aware of the many ways to increase body productivity.

A variety of unpleasant symptoms can be alleviated by the use of CBD. Hemp is used to make CBD. As we all know, many people resort to pharmaceutical drugs to relieve their physical problems, which can have a wide range of unwanted side effects on the human body.

Since Condor CBD Gummies are made from natural CBD components and have been thoroughly analyzed by a third party, they are devoid of any possible negative effects. Along with improving your overall health by reducing chronic pain, joint discomfort, high stress levels, and a variety of other health issues, the recipe is popular.

What is it and how does it work?

A robust and sophisticated blend of pain relief and cognitive support, Condor CBD Gummies is available in gum form and provides exceptional pain relief and cognitive support. For many people, gummy bears are a great option because they offer several benefits that they could not otherwise acquire with pharmaceutical drugs without the risk of side effects.

The natural elements in this concoction interact synergistically to provide a peaceful and relaxed state of mind and body in the user. A 100% safe and pure product, with all of its ingredients grown and acquired entirely within the borders of the United States. The entire manufacturing process is done in the United States.

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The fact that CBD Gummies have proven useful in cases where several pain relievers and medications have failed to treat stress, depression, and other mental health issues is something you should observe.

Advantages:

According to the producer, ongoing studies on Condor CBD Gummies have discovered hundreds of medical benefits. Sexism is evident in many of them.

Anti-anxiety and anti-tension properties of gummies

  • They help to maintain a feeling of serenity and a better mood on a daily basis.
  • Endurance and improved cognitive function are both supported by this supplement.
  • To relieve joint pain and inflammation.
  • The recipe contains no THC particles of any kind.
  • Independent laboratories have validated the natural components used to manufacture the erasers.
  • It can help relieve symptoms of mental illness, such as exhaustion, frustration, headaches, and stress, by calming the nervous system.
  • Feelings of hopelessness, anxiety and other mental health issues can be alleviated by gummy bears
  • It is widely regarded as one of the best CBD products on the market today due to its huge fan base.
  • This product does not contain THC or any other psychoactive ingredient, and it poses no risk to the health or well-being of the user.

What is the mechanism of action?

Cannabinoid gummies made from hemp plants are included in the bundle. To ensure compliance with government standards and regulations, it is supplied and manufactured in the United States of America. High potency is due to their ability to support them and improve their health without generating harmful side effects.

Our body can use gummies safely and they help us have more endurance. Consuming the gummies helps our body better manage the ECS. Many activities in our body are controlled by the endocannabinoid system (ECS), which works in tandem with the mind and body.

East Condor CBD Gummies Made up of any of these ingredients?

There is no THC or any other harmful ingredients in this combination, so you can eat and enjoy the gummies daily without fear of harm. There are too many benefits to mention, but they all contribute to better recovery due to the powerful components.

In terms of health and stamina, gummy bears are beneficial and sophisticated in that they help relieve a wide range of physiological aches and pains.

They are produced with high quality, proven ingredients that help promote healthier, more relaxed health without harming it in any way. Condor CBD Gummies do not contain THC and are gluten-free, so you don’t have to worry about the euphoric effects of THC.

The ideal approach to ingesting CBD gummies is to use Condor

Eating the right amount of gummies every day is a breeze. One gum per day is the optimal dose to boost your daily performance. Condor CBD Gummies can be taken whenever and wherever you want. Each gummy contains approximately 25mg of CBD and a full container of 30 gummies is available.

Make sure you understand how to use the erasers by reading the instructions on the entire box. You should be able to use the gummies if you read the label carefully. By the way, gummies have no noticeable effect on your health if you don’t use them. There is no need to add water to gummy bears.

Alternatively, you can consult a doctor to find out how much of a certain food is safe for you. It is also possible to get help for your problems and whether you have an illness or not. For best results, take the gummies daily and keep the dosage constant.

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What are the possible side effects ?

We have been told several times that Condor CBD Gummies do not contain THC and are therefore not psychoactive. You need to take the gummies daily if you want to get the most out of them. You can take the gummies as often as you like if you have mild health issues.

It is impossible to have negative effects with Condor CBD Gummies. No substantial negative effects are expected from the natural and safe composition. Overdosing or abstaining from drugs or alcohol are the only options.

The gummies are GMP certified, THC-free, all-natural, and free of harmful pesticides or other substances. They are also completely natural and safe. You don’t have to worry about the repercussions of other issues.

Who are these Gummies likely to be useful to?

People without serious medical conditions or illnesses can use the gummy bears, as long as they follow the instructions. Pregnant women, nursing mothers, and nursing mothers, as well as people with life-threatening conditions, should avoid gummy bears. They have your back. Anyone over the age of 18 can start taking one candy a day Condor CBD Gummies.

DISCLAIMER

Anyone suffering from chronic pain, excessive stress, sleep problems, inflammation and a range of other common issues will benefit from Condor CBD Gummies.

CBD has gained popularity due to its positive effects on our health. You don’t need to worry about your health when using Condor CBD Gummies to benefit from the benefits of CBD. Within a week of taking the medication you will start noticing results and if your problems persist you should continue taking the prescription regularly for a long time.

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