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All Black Men Need Therapy

English, Personal health, 3 seasons, 153 episodes, 4 days, 8 hours, 36 minutes
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Chief, Bell and Prentice unpack past and present issues that affect black men's mental health and well-being. These brothers engage in honest, vulnerable dialogue surrounding the complexities of life as black men. They are committed to helping black men self-assess and grow more comfortable having difficult conversations while encouraging them to strive daily to become the best version of themselves.
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Ep.105 Clip: One Step At A Time

Chief gets closer and closer to being open to  the possibility of mending the relationship with his fatherSupport the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
4/18/202438 seconds
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Ep.105 Clip: Sometimes You Do Get A 2nd Chance

The fellas discuss making the best of 2nd chances and the similarities between them and their fathersSupport the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
4/17/20241 minute, 3 seconds
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Ep.105 Clip: Like Father Like Son

Prentice learns new information about his father and realizes they have more in common than he thinks. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
4/17/20241 minute, 39 seconds
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Ep.105 Clip: Don’t Get Your Hopes Up

Bell gives insight on not placing expectations on others. The Golden rule isn’t always reciprocated.Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
4/17/202452 seconds
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Ep.105 Clip: Big Step For Chief

Chief discloses a recent conversation he had with family that will help him on his healing journey with the relationship with his father. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
4/13/20241 minute, 54 seconds
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Huge Step Towards Healing | E105: All Black Men Need Therapy

Chief, Bell and Prentice let the check-in carry this episode as they learn of Chief finally lowering his guard, and allowing himself to take a bigger step in the direction of healing the relationship with his father. Prentice also, has new information on his movement towards healing. The fellas take this opportunity to support one another. The healing is happening in real time in this episode. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
4/13/202447 minutes, 11 seconds
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Identity: LIVE At Morehouse College | E104: Don't Be Too Humble

Chief, Bell and Prentice give a recap to their first live speaking gig in San Diego for the Aspen Challenge. The conversation shifts to learning of Chief having a huge international event that he didn't tell the fellas about. Is there such a thing as being too humble??Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
4/5/202457 minutes, 57 seconds
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Ep.104 Clip: Stop That Humble Sh!t

The fellas discuss taking a step away from the humility and proudly flexing their accomplishments. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
4/4/20245 minutes, 14 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E103: Identity: LIVE At Morehouse College

The fellas start their HBCU tour with a LIVE recording at Morehouse College. The topic of the day is Identity. The conversation ranges from your identity being impressed on us as children, the identity others give us in which we use to validate ourselves and the identity we eventually grow to define for ourselves. Per usual there are several "ah ha" moments and the fellas continue to grow right in front of the audience. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
3/29/202456 minutes, 7 seconds
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Ep.103 Clip: I’m a Man….. Ain’t I???

The fellas discuss the inner battle in chasing manhood while still being a child. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
3/28/20243 minutes, 13 seconds
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Ep.103 Clip: You Are Told Who You Are!

The fellas have a conversation around choosing your own identity or being told who you are. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
3/27/20242 minutes, 9 seconds
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Ep.103 Clip: 33 Days Clean

Prentice celebrates 33 days of not smoking weed. Bell and Prentice find support in one another as they discuss the first day of daycare for their children. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
3/27/20243 minutes, 36 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E102: The Grammy Experience

Chief, Bell and Prentice recap their experience at the Grammys. The fellas take time to give Prentice his flowers for being nominated for a Grammy. They discuss all aspects of the Grammys from the work put in to get there to the actual experience of being in "the room" amongst the stars. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
3/8/202450 minutes, 2 seconds
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Ep.102 Clip: They Really Love Me

Prentice has e breakthrough of appreciation while recognizing the amount of people who are genuinely in his corner supporting him. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
3/7/20241 minute, 47 seconds
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Ep.102 Clip: Seat Fillers? Who Knew?

The the recap of the Grammy experience the fellas discuss Seat Fillers. Did yall know that was a thing? Because we didn’t. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
3/7/20243 minutes, 9 seconds
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Ep.102 Clip: Giving Props or Does Chief Have a Man Crush?

Chief acknowledges the aura of a celebrity at the Grammys that left him in awe. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
3/5/20241 minute, 3 seconds
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Ep.102 Clip: The Grammy Nominee Experience

Prentice breaks down his experience at the Grammys from the Grammy Nominee perspective.Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
3/5/20243 minutes, 21 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E101: Are You Qualified to Marry

Chief, Bell and Prentice discuss the vetting process for wives. Relationships are a difficult responsibility, and the proper vetting practices can greatly increase the success of the relationship. Or, is it just something we've romanticized in our minds? The fellas also are forced to do some introspection and assess if they, themselves are qualified to marry.Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
3/1/20241 hour, 4 minutes, 14 seconds
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Ep.101 Clip: Does She Make You Better?

Neyo and Fab said it best. “Im a movement by myself but we’re a force when we’re together” Matured men desire women who make them better.Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
2/29/202433 seconds
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Ep.101 Clip: Levels of Attraction

There’s levels to attraction. Pretty-Sexy-Attractive are 3 different things. Do you have all three?? Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
2/29/202449 seconds
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Ep.101 Clip: Is it chemistry or are you fantasizing it?

Chief, Bell and Prentice discuss the idea of romanticizing chemistry instead of there actually being chemistry. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
2/28/20241 minute, 13 seconds
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Ep.101 Clip: What’s Your Vetting Process??

Chief, Prentice and Bell discuss the qualifications to marry. It starts with the vetting process. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
2/27/20241 minute, 3 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E100: Growing In and Out of Relationships

Chief, Bell and Prentice decided to do something different for the 100th episode. This is the first episode recorded in front of a live studio audience. The conversation covers the topic of growing in and out of relationships. How do we function within and how/when do we know certain relationships no longer serve us the way they once did? Is there an appropriate time to leave? Are all relationships built for that forever connection? The fellas discuss and come to some eye-opening discoveries. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
2/16/20241 hour, 24 minutes, 19 seconds
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Ep.100 Clip: The New You Needs You To Let Go of The Old You

Bell drops a gem on separating ourselves from the past in order for us to growSupport the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
2/14/20241 minute, 1 second
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Ep.100 Clip: Superhero or Nah?

Prentice exposes his superpower AND it’s cryptonite. The fellas get a good laugh in this clip.Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
2/14/202457 seconds
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Ep.100 Clip: Everybody Can’t Go With You

The fellas discuss the importance of finding comfort in leaving the past right where it is. Even if it means the people associated with that pastSupport the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
2/12/202445 seconds
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Ep.100 Clip: Thriving or Surviving?

Are you thriving or surviving? Are you even able to identify the difference?Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
2/8/202450 seconds
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Ep.100 Clip: Keep Rising

Bell breaks down his perspective of how we continue to move inspite of those trying to hold us back or hinder our growth.Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
2/7/20242 minutes, 43 seconds
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Ep.100 Clip: Prentice Breaks The Silence

After almost 2years with very limited communication Prentice opens the door for conversation with his mother. Listen to the growth in his perspective as he is on the verge of mending a crucial piece of his life.Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
2/6/20245 minutes, 28 seconds
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Ep.100 Clip: Some Parents Ain’t Good

Chief gets some frustrations off his chest. Everyone deserves the right to be a parent but everyone shouldn’t be a parent. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
1/30/20243 minutes, 16 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E99: What's The Cost

Chief, Bell and Prentice tackle conversations around the silent impact many aspects of like have on us. What's the cost of making certain decisions. This isn't about money but the benefits and detriments of one's decision.Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
1/26/202443 minutes, 38 seconds
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Ep. Clip: Prentice Drops a Grudge

Prentice has a revelation over a controversial social media post and releases himself of negative energy he was harboring for years. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
1/23/20245 minutes, 25 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E98: You Trust Me Or Nah?

Chief, Bell, Prentice and LCSW Adrian White tackle conversation about trust. Where did we learn it? Is it more important than love? Does it differ when giving to men vs women? All questions we may not have thought about but certainly need answers to. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
1/19/20241 hour, 10 minutes, 15 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E97: Men and Broken Hearts

We typically leave Therapy Thursdays on YouTube but this episode may help us all grow. Chief, Bell and LCSW Adrian White have a very in depth conversation around broken hearts. It's natural to attribute heart break to relationship with men and women. The conversation takes a sharp turn when the fellas realize it can go as far back as childhood and absent parents. This is a convo absolutely worth being a part of.Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
1/5/20241 hour, 39 minutes, 49 seconds
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Ep.97 Clip: Talk to Her Last

LCSW Adrian White gives tips on how to process through difficult emotions with your lady.Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
1/4/20242 minutes, 31 seconds
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Ep.97 Clip: We Ain’t Our Grandparents

Special guest Temora breaks down her perspective on Male sensitivity.Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
1/3/202456 seconds
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Ep.97 Clip: Have Women Never Seen It Or Are Men Too Sensitive?

Another interesting conversation around accepting men and their sensitive Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
1/2/202427 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E96: Communication Accountability and Sensitive Ass Men

Chief, Bell and Prentice have several "light bulb" moments as the fellas dissect Chief's perceived communication skills. Prentice reflects on his cry baby ways and Bell is still keeping it surface level as it pertains to his emotions. This convo is definitely one to have you doing some introspection.Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/29/20231 hour, 11 minutes, 23 seconds
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Ep.96 Clip: Impact vs Intent

Is it more important to defend your character vs apologizing and moving forward?Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/28/20232 minutes, 49 seconds
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Ep.96 Clip: Golden Rule Doesn’t Work For Everyone

Treat others how YOU like to be treated. Or is it treat others how THEY want to be treated? Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/27/20231 minute, 6 seconds
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Ep.96 Clip: Are You As Good As You Think?

Another quote causes Chief to dig into his own issues. Are you a good communicator? Or are you feeding yourself lies?Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/27/20232 minutes, 7 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E95: Trauma Responses w/LCSW Mr White

Chief, Bell and LCSW Mr. Adrian White talk about trauma responses. Mr. White offers a unique perspective about trauma responses. The conversation goes deep into the traumas we carry as black men and how they impact our responses throughout our lives. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/22/20231 hour, 3 minutes, 43 seconds
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Ep.95 Clip: What's Your Safe Word?

It's important to set boundaries and to respect them. Safe words extend far beyond the bedroom. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/21/20231 minute, 48 seconds
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Ep.95 Clip: Small or Big. CELEBRATE IT!!

Far too often we don't give ourselves enough grace to be proud of ourselves. Celebrate the growth. Find joy in the small wins.Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/20/20231 minute, 6 seconds
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Ep.95 Clip: Trauma Responses…Good or Bad?

Some of our trauma is deep rooted and controls our lives more than we realize. But it’s not always a bad thing.Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/20/20231 minute, 38 seconds
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Ep.95 Clip: We Don’t Know How To Celebrate

Why don’t we take the time to celebrate ourselves? Is it trauma response?Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/19/20231 minute, 50 seconds
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Ep.95 Clip: Trust You For What??

Do you naturally give people trust or do you make them earn it?Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/19/20231 minute, 27 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E94: He Didn't Leave You For Another Woman, He Left You For A Better One

Chief, Bell and Prentice call an audible and have an emergency recording about a social media post that is the title of this episode. The majority of people who commented were women and they DID NOT agree or have nice things to say. The comments sparked some major concerns and demonstrated what the fellas claim are some serious unresolved traumas. Tap in and let us know what you think. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/15/20231 hour, 4 minutes, 51 seconds
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Ep.94 Clip: Sometimes… What’s Best For Him ISN’T YOU!

People leave relationships for many reasons. Sometimes…. YOU are the reason. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/14/202343 seconds
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Ep.94 Clip: When Does Self-Assessment Start For Women?

When does the self assessment start or stop for women? Or will the projection continue?Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/13/202337 seconds
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MEp.94 Clip: Ladies, Sometimes…. You’re The Problem

Ladies were very upset about a recent social media post. Many are pointing the finger rather than taking accountability for their shortcomings. All Black Men Aint The Only Ones Who Need Therapy..Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/12/202332 seconds
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Ep.94 Clip: The Ladies are BIG MAD About This Post

The women fire off negativity and insults at Prentice because of a social media post. Triggered or Nah? Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/11/20232 minutes, 17 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E93: Kickin It Corporate

Chief & Bell get into super real convo with two of Bell's colleagues from the Corporate America space, Donnell Campbell and David Jordan. This powerful conversation tackles growing up in the inner city, the lack of exposure to corporate America, dealing with racism in the workplace, losing a child and becoming a grandfather. The conversation takes many turns and invite tons of perspective. This is a conversation guaranteed to challenge your thoughts. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/8/20231 hour, 37 minutes, 46 seconds
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Ep.92 Clip: No Parent Wants To Lose A Child

Chief gives flowers to Donnell, acknowledging his strength and resilience after learning he lost a son. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/5/20232 minutes, 32 seconds
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Ep.92 Clip: Being A Grandparent Is A 2nd Chance

Bell invites two of his most respected colleagues to join the podcast. This clip is DJ , another Director and extraordinaire in the DE&I space, explaining the joys of recently becoming a Grandfather and the difference in raising your own children vs grandchildren. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/5/20231 minute, 13 seconds
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Ep.93 Clip: Go Where You’re Appreciated

In this episode Bell invites two of his most respected colleagues to join the podcast. This clip is Donnell Campbell, a Director and extraordinaire in the DE&I space, breaking down the importance of carefully selecting the best workplace for yourself. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
12/5/202349 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E92: Integrity Check

Chief, Prentice and Bell jump into conversation about integrity. Prentice and Bell discover that they "defend" their integrity in two different ways. the the conversation puts Chief in the HOTSEAT and the fellas dissect his thought process and responses to people who he feel lack integrity. This is a conversation that may challenge your perspective of integrity and encourage you to define it for yourself.Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
11/28/20231 hour, 15 minutes, 16 seconds
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Ep.92 Clip: Nonviolence or By Any Means Necessary?

Prentice and Bell discover they “defend” their integrity in opposite ways. How do you protect your integrity? Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
11/27/20231 minute, 26 seconds
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Ep.92 Clip: Pass Praise Down and Problems Up

Should we expose our trials to our children??Sometimes striving to provide a better life for your kids can have them believing hardships don’t exist in our lives. Bell discloses a conversation with his daughter that opened his mind to a new perspective. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
11/26/20232 minutes, 21 seconds
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Ep.92 Clip: What Does Integrity Mean to YOU?

Prentice explains his rationale behind operating in a space of restraint vs integrity Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
11/25/20231 minute, 45 seconds
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Ep.92 clip: Better Speak To Chief In An Elevator.

Peep the Scenario and tell us if Chief was overreacting Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
11/25/20231 minute, 49 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E91: Does The Therapist Need A Therapist?

Chief,  Prentice and Bell dive into convo with L.C.S.W. Ray Wilson. The fellas were inspired to learn about the thought process and mind frame of an actual therapist. Reality is, some doctors need doctors and many barbers need barbers but do therapists have therapist? How does a therapist deal with their depression or overwhelming life circumstances? The conversation expounds on what it's like for a therapist as they deal with everyone else's issues? Per usual there are several intense moments of reflection and challenging conversations for the crew of ABMNT. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
11/16/20231 hour, 13 minutes, 47 seconds
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Edit Delete All Black Men Need Therapy | E90: Prison Mentality

After a recent speaking engagement at a Youth Institution, Chief, Prentice and Bell invite a childhood friend  Michael Pierce and current Warden of Manson Youth Institution in Connecticut on tot the podcast. The fellas discuss the impact life within prison walls has on the employees. It has been said that working 20 years inside of prison is equivalent to  serving 7 years of time. The men of ABMNT learn the difficulties and challenges that impact Warden Pierce as one of the few Black Prison Wardens in the country. Most men from the inner city learn that being a corrections officer pays well and allows one to retire with benefits etc. Yet they do not hear about or even believe in the possibility of being the warden. This conversation offers several interesting perspective of what its like navigating through the world while carrying a prison mentality, while dealing with normal life circumstances like, marriage, child birth, divorce, raising children and motivatiing our youth. Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
11/9/20231 hour, 15 minutes, 16 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E89: Dating Outside "The Culture"

In this engaging discussion, Prentice, Chief, and Bell take a closer look at the complex and sometimes sensitive subject of interracial dating. They explore the unique perspectives and experiences that arise when individuals choose to date outside of their own cultural background, which they refer to as "The Culture."Interracial dating brings forth a range of emotions, challenges, and questions. The hosts navigate these intricacies, delving into issues such as societal attitudes, familial expectations, and personal preferences. They share personal stories, anecdotes, and insights, making this conversation relatable to those who have experienced or considered interracial dating.This episode goes beyond mere discussions of love and relationships. It also touches on broader topics like identity, cultural exchange, and the importance of open dialogue on matters of the heart. Prentice, Chief, and Bell approach the subject with sensitivity and candor, creating an inclusive space for listeners to reflect on their own experiences and gain a deeper understanding of the dynamics involved in interracial dating.Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
10/14/202354 minutes, 27 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E88: Are You F*ck Boy Free?

Prentice, Chief, and Bell engage in an open and relatable discussion about a topic many can relate to dealing with the term 'fuckboy.' In this conversation, they delve into the nuances of this term, which refers to someone who keeps you interested but often treats you disrespectfully or inconsistently. It's a shared experience that many have faced in their dating lives.During this conversation, the hosts share personal anecdotes, provide insights into identifying these individuals, and discuss strategies for dealing with such situations. Whether you've encountered a 'fuckboy' or not, this episode offers valuable perspectives and stories that shed light on the complexities of modern dating and relationships.Follow us on:https://www.instagram.com/allblackmenneedtherapy/https://www.tiktok.com/@allblackmenneedtherapyhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/all-black-men-need-therapy/id1519986234https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-all-black-men-need-therapy-68326253/https://open.spotify.com/show/1HxYpqfkct3jDNJnu3Vkpfhttps://www.reddit.com/user/ABMNT_Show/Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
9/15/202357 minutes, 37 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E87: The Melee in "Bama"

In a recent incident that caught national attention, an altercation unfolded in Alabama, drawing both concern and analysis from various quarters. Prentice, Chief, and Bell discuss the confrontation, known as the "Alabama Brawl," which has sparked discussions about community responses to critical situations. This incident highlights the need for a comprehensive examination of the factors leading to such conflicts and their subsequent outcomes. Observers and analysts are closely following developments to understand the context and implications of the Alabama Brawl, shedding light on broader issues related to community dynamics and conflict resolution. @PrenticePowell1906    @chiefthepoet @allblackmenneedtherapy9616  Follow us on:https://www.abmnt.comhttps://www.instagram.com/allblackmenneedtherapy/https://www.tiktok.com/@allblackmenneedtherapyhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/all-black-men-need-therapy/id1519986234https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-all-black-men-need-therapy-68326253/https://open.spotify.com/show/1HxYpqfkct3jDNJnu3Vkpfhttps://www.reddit.com/user/ABMNT_Show/Support the showhttps://www.abmnt.com
8/19/202327 minutes, 18 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E86: Depression is a Luxury?

Approximately 9.5% (16,595,00) of American adults aged 18 and over will experience a depressive illness (major depression, bipolar disorder, or dysthymia) each year. Women have nearly twice the likelihood of experiencing major depression compared to men. On the other hand, both men and women have an equal chance of developing bipolar disorder.However, most studies indicate that when Black individuals do experience depression, the condition tends to persist for a longer duration. Additionally, they may have a higher likelihood of co-occurring diagnoses such as addiction, post-traumatic stress disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder.Racism and stigma within the mental health profession can exacerbate the impact of depression. Healthcare professionals and other providers tend to offer lower treatment rates for Black individuals with depression compared to their white counterparts.Sources: "Black Depression." Medical News Today. Accessed May 11, 2023, https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/black-depression.Understanding and Overcoming Impostor Syndrome." Medical News Today. Accessed May 11, 2023, https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323465.Depression: What You Need to Know." Medical News Today. Accessed May 11, 2023, https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/156285.Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: What You Need to Know." Medical News Today. Accessed 11 May 2023. www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/145855.Gen X MindscapeEmbark on a journey with Gen X Mindscape, where we unlock the mysteries of midlife...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the showFollow us on: https://www.instagram.com/allblackmenneedtherapy/
8/4/20231 hour, 17 minutes, 52 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E85: Parenting In Today's Society

In this engaging episode, Chief, Bell, and Prentice delve into the subject of parenting in today's environment. They raise thought-provoking questions: Have you ever disrespected your parents? Do you believe kids should disrespect their parents based on the breakdown? The discussion also touches on the topic of whether respect is measured the same today as it once was. A special shoutout goes to  @ElliottConnieSpeaks   (Elliott Connie) for introducing this topic and sharing an intriguing story about children finding a bag of money, highlighting how their access to information shapes their perspectives. Can disrespect be passed down through generations?  Have you ever felt disrespected by your child? How did you handle it? As a parent, have you ever scorned your child, and how did it impact you? Let's explore these critical topics together. Join the conversation and share your experiences!  @allblackmenneedtherapy9616  @chiefthepoet  @PrenticePowell1906  #mentalhealthawareness #blackmentalhealth #parenting #modernage #respectful #relationship #allblackmenneedtherapySupport the showFollow us on: https://www.instagram.com/allblackmenneedtherapy/
6/16/20231 hour, 13 minutes, 56 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E84: The Growth Process

Chief, Bell and Prentice open up about how they've leveled up personally due to the podcast. The fellas share their perspectives of where they've seen growth in each other and the podcast. The level-up is coming, and the fellas give insight into what it looks like and what the supporters can expect. Change Your Mind About YouTransform your thinking, find peace, and awaken to your true identity.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   My Crazy Friend"My Crazy Friend" is a lively and entertaining podcast where two long-time friends...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Felons and FamiliesA podcast dedicated to helping Felons and their Families navigate the system. ...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the showFollow us on: https://www.instagram.com/allblackmenneedtherapy/
6/2/20231 hour, 1 minute, 44 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E83: Do you want to go fast or far?

Chief, Bell and Prentice discuss the hardships of running a business with friends. Where is the value placed by each person? Can everyone be a leader? What happens to the friendship if the business fails? These are all essential questions to consider as they prepare for the "Level Up" of the ABMNT podcast.Support the showFollow us on: https://www.instagram.com/allblackmenneedtherapy/
5/26/20231 hour, 12 minutes, 1 second
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E82: Healthy is the New Normal

Chief, Bell and Prentice discuss what living an intentional healthy life is. Chief struggles with accepting he still carries the stress and tension and is convincing himself he's ok when he's not. The fellas dissect healthy patterns and identify barriers that hold black men back from their development. This is absolutely a thought-provoking and thoughtful conversation.Support the showFollow us on: https://www.instagram.com/allblackmenneedtherapy/
5/12/20231 hour, 46 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E81: Do It For The Gram!

Chief, Bell, and Prentice discuss the pros and cons of social media and its effects on relationships, families, and entrepreneurs. They delve into questions like how much is too much and whether people prioritize their social media persona over their real-life interactions. The conversation takes various turns, with each of the guys offering different perspectives on the topic. Follow us on: https://www.instagram.com/allblackmenneedtherapy/
5/5/202356 minutes, 43 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E80: "Rules of Engagement"

Chief, Bell, and Prentice address and break down the "rules of engagement" around dating a friend's ex. Is there a statute of limitations? Are they completely off-limits? Does the "Bro Code" require men to get clearance from their friends before pursuing a relationship? As the old saying goes, "If she throws it, I'll catch it, but I'm not running any routes." This conversation is light-hearted and insightful, so tune in to hear what the guys say.The Growth ProjectThe podcast for emerging and blue collar leaders looking to grow their leadership...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify UP TO THE MICLaunch your career with insights from CEOs, professional athletes, musicians and more.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifyFollow us on: https://www.instagram.com/allblackmenneedtherapy/
4/28/202357 minutes, 39 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E79: Generational Curses & Trauma

Chief, Bell, and Prentice are discussing conversations about generational curses and ancestral trauma. Currently, Prentice is struggling with familial tension, and the men are encouraging him to consider how compartmentalizing situations affect his wife and kids. Afterward, they have a discourse on family curses and trauma, exploring how to identify and overcome them.Make People Better PodcastScience fiction is becoming science fact. In 2018, the team behind this podcast...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifyFollow us on: https://www.instagram.com/allblackmenneedtherapy/
4/22/202348 minutes, 43 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E78: Make it safe for me, Woman!

Chief, Bell, and Prentice realized that they had never discussed safe spaces in relationships. The men offered advice on how women can create and maintain safe spaces for men. Additionally, they revealed moments when they felt most unsafe, showing vulnerability. This conversation is sure to encourage listeners to challenge themselves and their partners. Indeed, all Black men need therapy!
4/14/20231 hour, 19 minutes, 8 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E77: Forgiveness and Healing

Chief & Bell discuss the healing process. Is it possible to heal without forgiving? How do you move forward if you've forgiven but still haven't healed?  Can you have one without the other? The conversation reaches a stalemate as both the fellas realize it may be impossible to fully heal without forgiving. Join the discussion, as it will prompt introspection and generate much-needed dialogue.
3/17/202350 minutes, 24 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E76: What is your legacy right now?

Chief, Bell, and Prentice walk into an uncomfortable conversation regarding their legacies. The fellas realize they need to be more in tune with what their legacy is or might be. Much is to be learned about setting up a legacy and ensuring your name and life are left in quality standing among peers and family.
2/17/202352 minutes, 24 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E75: How Can Men Best Support Women In Their Evolution?

Chief, Bell, and Prentice are all ears while Ms. April Mason drops gem after gem on dating, insecurities, and women finding their genuine and divine femininity. This was a POWERFUL episode full of lessons for both men and women.
2/3/20232 hours, 20 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E74: Finding Harmony with KevOnStage

Chief, Bell, and Prentice welcome special guest KevOnStage to the show. The group delves into a conversation about the challenges of balancing fame and family and the question of when it's appropriate to prioritize oneself. The conversation takes many turns, providing a genuine and authentic discussion beyond surface-level interactions often found on social media.
1/27/20231 hour, 4 minutes, 3 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E73: Black Men Talking About Love (Part II)

On the latest episode of "Black Men Talking About Love," hosts Chief, Bell, and Prentice welcome special guest Obbie West to the show. The group delves into a discussion about love, with Obbie sharing his unique perspective on the topic. The conversation prompts the hosts to reflect on their own experiences and perspectives, leading to a thought-provoking and impactful discussion. The conversation proved to be insightful and transformative for the hosts, providing a new perspective on the topic of love.
1/20/20231 hour, 5 minutes, 11 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E72: Why Are Black Men So Triggered By Disrespect?

Chief, Bell, and Prentice discuss meditation and its impact on black men. The conversation then shifts to Black men and why they are so triggered by disrespect. The fellas conclude that it may be time to invite a REAL therapist on the show.
1/12/202356 minutes, 11 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E71: Black Men Talking About Love

The crew explores the experiences and perspectives on love, relationships, and intimacy.
12/28/202254 minutes, 39 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E70: Black Ass Wedding

Chief, Bell, and Prentice return from Hiatus after Prentice's big wedding day. The fellas recap all the experiences from The Black Tie Wedding in San Francisco. Prentice was caught by Chief and Bell before the wedding as he was having an intense moment. They also discuss a sensitive issue Chief experienced in an elevator with a white man. This episode is full of love and reflection.
12/13/20221 hour, 3 minutes, 47 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E69: BBL and Men Weaves

Chief, Bell and Prentice discuss why individuals are getting work done and whether or not you should tell your partner if you've had a BBL or wear a wig.
10/28/202240 minutes, 30 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E68: Is Intentional Happiness a Trauma Response?

Chief, Bell, and Prentice jump into a conversation surrounding silver linings and whether intentional happiness is a form of trauma response or not. The fellas then lean into the topics of validation, finding similar levels of understanding, and how perception can affect your message. The guys agreed that this was another much-needed conversation for them.
10/21/202249 minutes, 17 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E67: Nature vs. Nurture

Chief, Bell, and Prentice catch up on Prentice's upcoming wedding, Chief's recent one-man show,  and Bell's revelation on how certain aspects of his childhood have molded his thought process. The fellas have an around-the-world convo and invite you to join them and see what you can take from their learnings.
10/14/202256 minutes, 6 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E66: All Tricks, No Treat

Chief, Bell, and Prentice discuss the lame behavior of super-sensitive, weak-minded men on social media. There's been a recent trend of men online pouting about not getting sex from women they spent money on. The fellas dissect the actions of these men and call out those who dare treat women in such a way.
10/7/202245 minutes, 51 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E65: Why do men want to be challenged?

Chief, Bell, and Prentice answer questions from supporters who reached out via email: Why do men want to be challenged? Do men feel threatened in their relationships? Is it the person, the challenge, or how it's delivered? The fellas show love and appreciation to all the followers and answer some difficult questions.
9/19/202248 minutes, 8 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E64: We needed this... Work-Life Balance!

Chief, Bell, and Prentice return after an extended break. Prentice and Bell step into more vulnerable spaces as the fellas support one another through life's woes. Prentice taps into his emotions about his upcoming wedding and strained family relationships. Bell releases some tensions caused by a brief bout with depression. And Chief discloses some stresses from a huge project he's been working on. Several honest moments are shared, which allow the fellas to be there for each other in their time of need.
8/27/20221 hour, 12 minutes, 43 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E63: SUBMIT TO ME, WOMAN!

Chief, Bell, and Prentice tackle the topic of submission in a relationship. The conversation dives into the misconceptions of the term 'submit' and what submission means for each of the fellas. This conversation is sure to enlighten as well as ruffle some feathers. Be sure to comment/reach out with your feedback.
7/8/20221 hour, 5 minutes, 3 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E62: MAJOR. Conversations

Chief, Bell, and Prentice get together with R&B Mega Star MAJOR. The fellas tap into dialogue surrounding therapy and religion, dealing with success, and losing people along the way. The conversation flows in various directions, ultimately dropping SEVERAL gems, and all the fellas receive a much-needed dose of therapy. This is certainly an episode to rewind to ensure you didn't miss the lessons taught along the way. They also discuss MAJOR.'s recent single "Whole World in His Hands," as well as his smash, platinum hit, "Why I Love You."
6/30/20221 hour, 12 minutes, 2 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E61: Emotional or Physical cheating....which is worse?

Chief, Bell and Prentice tackle the issue of cheating and discuss whether it's worse to be cheated on physically or emotionally. This conversation sets the stage for part two of the discussion, which will feature some of the podcast's female supporters.Learn to code with Treehouse Get 50% off your first month as a podcast listener through our special discount link!
6/17/202253 minutes, 48 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E60: Triggers, Boundaries and Interracial Dating

Chief, Bell, and Prentice discuss setting boundaries, especially when it comes to close friends. The convo shifts to the recognition of triggers and dealing with them accordingly. Things wrap up with a brief and very safe conversation about interracial dating.Learn to code with Treehouse Get 50% off your first month as a podcast listener through our special discount link!Learn to code with Treehouse Get 50% off your first month as a podcast listener through our special discount link!
6/10/202254 minutes, 20 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E59: Leadership for Dummies

Chief, Bell, and Prentice tap into some vulnerable conversations about leadership. Prentice was immensely supported and challenged by his fiancé and decided to share his experience with the fellas. It led to a raw, honest conversation about leading a relationship. The convo poses the ultimate question: "You're leading, but who's following?"Learn to code with Treehouse Get 50% off your first month as a podcast listener through our special discount link!
5/26/202254 minutes, 38 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E58: Surviving the Pandemic

Chief, Bell, and Prentice discuss the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on them and their families lives. The crew also analyzes how the virus has affected society's mental health and the inability of some individuals to capitalize on opportunities within the pandemic.Learn to code with Treehouse Get 50% off your first month as a podcast listener through our special discount link!
5/12/202245 minutes, 25 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E57: Sh!t, I got Anxiety

Chief, Bell and Prentice discuss anxiety's impact on their lives. What is anxiety? What does it feel like? How different is it for other people? The fellas discuss the difficulties of trudging through anxiety and how often men attempt to disguise it as everyday stress. This discussion challenges their preconceived notions about an all-too-common mental condition.
4/28/202253 minutes, 21 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E56: Processing is greater than Protecting

Chief, Bell, and Prentice open conversation about the recent incident with Gillie Da Kid and Wiz Khalifa. Wiz reportedly got Gillie's page shut down over a joke made online. The convo then transitions into the struggles we all face while attempting to process certain situations - "Are we able to process while trying to protect certain people?" Join the fellas as they discuss real-life and process their troubles together.
4/18/202246 minutes, 30 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E55: Friends... How many of us have them?

Chief, Bell, and Prentice check-in after what seemed like weeks of not talking. The check-ins get real when Bell explains why he got emotional at work. The fellas also share varied perspectives for one of their supporters who emailed the crew with some concerns surrounding friendship. When is it time to let certain friendships fade?
4/7/202245 minutes, 45 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E54: The Slap Heard Around The World

Chief, Prentice, and special guest, Dr. Russell J. Ledet breakdown the significance of the incident between Will Smith and Chris Rock at the Oscar.
3/31/202256 minutes, 54 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E53: Real · Life · Problems

Prentice opens up to Chief and Bell about his current parenting struggles. The men engage in a heartfelt conversation and share with Prentice different perspectives on his situation. Throughout the discourse, a huge emphasis is placed on looking past your personal feelings and being vulnerable, while remaining receptive to feedback that contradicts your expectations.
3/25/20221 hour, 6 minutes, 54 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E52: What Men Want?

Chief, Bell, and Prentice drop some gems on dating and various ways women can treat or please their man. They give an insight on where men like to be taken out, what types of gifts to get, creating a vibe that men may appreciate, sex on the first date and much more. This was a much-needed "light" conversation for the fellas, with tons of laughs, and plenty of food for thought.
3/10/202245 minutes, 54 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E51: When Do You Recognize Growth?

Chief, Bell, and Prentice jump into the conversation surrounding the recognition of growth. When do did you first recognize you were growing? How do you know it's genuine growth and you're not deceiving yourself? Do you have an accountability circle? Prentice also discloses his discomfort with his current phase in fatherhood. The fellas, yet again, have some real conversations and lean on one another for support. All black men indeed need therapy.
2/17/202247 minutes, 19 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E50: Privacy Politics In Relationships

Chief, Bell and Prentice dive into the conversation around privacy politics. They share several perspectives and feelings on meddling through your significant other's phone, joint social media accounts and sliding in the DMs. 
2/10/202245 minutes, 49 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E49: We Don't Want To Talk About Suicide

Chief, Bell and Prentice engage on a serious, tough and difficult conversation about suicide and the components of this crisis.
2/4/202250 minutes, 52 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E48: Supporting our Supporters

Chief, Bell and Prentice tackle some of the questions asked by supporters of the podcast. The fellas offer insight on topics ranging from supporting a loved one through grief, to talking to your kids about masturbation. Several laughs are shared as well as some serious perspectives on how to deal with PTSD.
1/27/202252 minutes, 46 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E47: Forgiveness... At What Cost?

Chief, Bell, and Prentice set out to have a conversation about apologizing and forgiveness. Along the way, the guys discuss the deeply-rooted trauma embedded in Chief's relationship with his father, and Prentice comes to terms with having to limit communication with his mother. Bell brings an insight into the challenges of attaining an understanding of the difference between forgiveness and fake forgiveness. This episode is the epitome of why we say ALL BLACK MEN NEED THERAPY.
1/20/202254 minutes, 23 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E45: Letting Go of the Old You

Chief, Bell and Prentice tap into conversation surrounding the challenges men face in letting go of their old selves. The fellas have various opinions on WHY they were reluctant to change and how it has impacted their lives.
1/6/202257 minutes, 28 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | Special: Derek Chauvin Sentenced

Chief and Bell reflect on Derek Chauvin's 22.5 year sentence and the somber atmosphere in the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota
6/26/202125 minutes, 30 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E30: Caring For Your Mental Health

Chief, Bell and Prentice dive into the important aspects of caring for your mental health, avoiding toxic situations and the NFL "race norming" scandal.
6/10/202141 minutes, 2 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E17: Red Flags and Dating Patterns

Chief, Bell and Prentice call out the red flags/deal breakers they have with women, look to identify their own and discuss the various dating patterns men engage in.
12/31/20201 hour, 15 minutes, 41 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E4: The Anger We Carry

Chief and Bell have their very first guest Leslie "ButtaFlySoul" Taylor on the podcast. They discuss current events and how black men have grown accustom to carrying anger throughout their lives. 
7/8/20201 hour, 14 minutes, 59 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E3: Fatherhood

Chief and Bell curate conversation pertaining to Fatherhood. They discuss the stereotypes, stigmas, joys and pains of the greatest/most difficult job on earth...PARENTING..
7/1/202056 minutes, 46 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E2: P.T.S.D.

Unpacking specific trauma from childhood that has led to what we believe to be PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) in our respective lives. 
6/24/202053 minutes, 5 seconds
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All Black Men Need Therapy | E1: Why?

Our pilot episode is an introduction to who we are, why we created the podcast and an invitation for all listeners to learn and grow with us. 
6/23/202046 minutes, 33 seconds