Bless her heart! I remember a few years back when Black women at Destee hosted a weekly "Let's Talk" live series and I was the moderator. On one occasion we discussed depression among Black women and found some interesting data on it. As a Black woman, particularly in America, it should come as no surprise that many of us suffer from depression and a lot of us refuse to seek psychological help. Not only can it be caused by a chemical imbalance, our social construct in America and the reality of how we, as a people, are perceived and treated is a helluva burden that weighs on us every day. Whether living consciously or in denial, it takes its toll on us eventually. Are psychologists trained to treat the impact of racism? Would you dare seek help from white professionals? Psychiatrists want to prescribe anti-anxiety medication which doesn't treat the problem, but dulls your senses. Still, depression should never be suffered without, at least, a professional diagnosis and some advice on what can be done about it. I applaud this young, beautiful Black woman and I wish her the best in her career and in life.