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“Unhinged”

Kimberly Martin, a Baltimore native, is immensely passionate about helping persons that suffer with emotional and mental sickness.  Persons that suffer in silence and without the needed clinical and professional support are Kimberly’s number one priority.  Kimberly is well aware that sufferers can appear to lead lives that seem quite normal from the outside but that are filled with torment, self loathing, fear, and anger from within.  Kimberly also possesses an awareness that emotional and mental illness claims it’s victims without prejudice.  Regardless of socio-economic standing, educational background, or professional experience, many people fall prey to the ravages of these conditions seemingly without warning.  But Kimberly is acquainted with the slow unraveling that takes place in the hearts of minds of those who if left untreated are certain to suffer an emotional or mental breakdown.  As a survivor, Kimberly seeks to touch every person humanly possible with her writing to spark all with whom she comes in contact to approach these conditions preventatively and to seek help as quickly as possible at the very first display of symptoms.

Kimberly made her debut with the Publication back in the 10th Edition with truly unique submission to humorously call attention to the unfair expectations that woman often place upon men in relationships.  In this Edition, Kimberly’s submissions was far from funny.  It was a very eye opening, disturbing glimpse into the mind and life of a person suffering with emotional and mental illness.

To read Kimberly’s post in this Edition, click: Unhinged

The Publication solicits your feedback. Please leave a comment to share with us how the articles and poems have encouraged you. If positively, then please share that information with your family and friends. We also welcome you to provide feedback to our Founder & Editor-In-Chief via email at wmsjubileenews@gmail.com, if you so desire.

 

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“Angry…To The Core”

Cheryl Williams is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Addiction Counselor and Master Addiction Counselor. Cheryl has served in the helping profession for over 20 years. She is currently Community Services Coordinator for a Behavioral Health Organization and currently oversees multiple programs while training Counselors and Program Directors to be the best that they can be in their perspective roles. Cheryl has worked extensively with youthful offenders, as well as teens and adults facing substance abuse and mental health issues. Cheryl’s vision is to see leaders and individuals, regardless of what they are going through to reach heights unknown and to empower them to overcome obstacles, see their potential and operate in it to the fullest. Cheryl has a heart for the broken, the rejected and those who may have been counted out by man but not by God. She believes that it is important to create an atmosphere that fosters trust, compassion and love while promoting strategies that will allow individuals to take the limits off, build courage, and live a wholesome life.

Cheryl made her debut as a columnist in the very last Edition of the Publication with an incredibly insightful, compassion filled article.  Please join us in celebrating Cheryl’s return.

To read Cheryl’s post in this Edition, click: Angry…To The Core

The Publication solicits your feedback. Please leave a comment to share with us how the articles and poems have encouraged you. If positively, then please share that information with your family and friends. We also welcome you to provide feedback to our Founder & Editor-In-Chief via email at wmsjubileenews@gmail.com, if you so desire.

“Angry Woman” (poem)

Kottyn Campbell is a model, poet, spoken word artist, author, radio and television show host that has years of experience performing at Open Mic Nights. Kottyn has multiple books to her credit.  Her smooth, sensual, purposeful delivery sets her head, shoulders, and vocally apart from all others of her craft.  Jubilee News-A WHEN MEN SPEAK  In recent weeks, Kottyn has officially partnered with founder/Editor-In-Chief, James Falcon, to provide the feminine perspective to men’s forum, WHEN MEN SPEAK.  There, Kottyn lends many of her administrative gifts as she serves as a vlogger, strategist, and marketing and promotions specialist.  In her travels, Kottyn promotes both Jubilee News and WHEN MEN SPEAK to men and women collectively and respectively.  This Publication is extremely thankful to host such an immense, multifaceted talent as Kottyn and we welcome her back for more artistry.

Kottyn made her debut in Jubilee News’ Edition 8.3 and has consistently submitted multiple articles and poems in each Edition since then.  Please join us in welcoming Kottyn and her incredible talents back for another Edition.

In this Edition, Kottyn submitted a poem entitled, “Angry Woman” in which she expresses her frustrations about the short sightedness and insensitivity of men in romantic, male-female relationships.

To read Kottyn’s article, click: Angry Woman

The Publication solicits your feedback.  Please leave a comment to share with us how the articles and poems have encouraged you.  If positively, then please share that information with your family and friends.  We also welcome you to provide feedback to our Founder & Editor-In-Chief via email at wmsjubileenews@gmail.com, if you so desire.

Thank you.

“…the Myth of Man”

Tracye Brewer is has won several awards as a Columnist here at Jubilee News. In a very short period of time, Tracye has been recognized and appropriately rewarded for generating the highest number of page views as well as for garnering the most reader feedback. Tracye is also a theatre actress having performed in a number of productions in and around the Baltimore Metropolitan Area.  Vocationally, Tracye is a licensed Social Worker with a passion to assist victims of clergy sexual abuse.  Personally or professionally, Tracye is compelled to help people. In this Edition, Tracye Provides another phenomenal article from a series she’s developing called, “The Power of Face To Face.”

To read Tracye’s article, click: The Myth of Man

The Publication solicits your feedback. Please leave a comment to share with us how the articles and poems have encouraged you. If positively, then please share that information with your family and friends. We also welcome you to provide feedback to our Founder & Editor-In-Chief via email at wmsjubileenews@gmail.com, if you so desire.

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“Fed Up” (poem)

As Founder and Editor-In-Chief of the Publication and as the only man that has written for the Publication thus far, James is always excited to submit his writing. As a matter of fact, James passion for poetry was developed right here at Jubilee News. In the very early stages of the Publication, James was often faced with the challenges of gathering enough material to use in each of it’s Editions.  As a means of “filling in some blanks” James came up with a few lines of poetry to fulfill his duty as Editor-In-Chief.  After a few submissions, several family members, friends, fellow columnists and poets all mentioned to James that he should consider writing more poetry.

Being thankful of the compliments, James never regarded his writing, let alone his poetry as having any appeal beyond Jubilee News.  With more compliments and suggestions, James ventured out into the poetry and open mic scene in his home town of Baltimoreto present his wares.  And as fate old have it, James found a home for his artistic expression outside of Jubilee News.  James was offered his first opportunity to be a featured performer in a dinner theatre setting at a small boutique iin downtown Baltimore and the rest…as they say…was history.  3 poetry books and many performances later, James’ love for poetry grow o a point that he had to include it as a stand alone project in his encouragement based network.  Poetry TV, Pieces of Poetry, and Seasons of Storytelling are just of few of the projects that James has developed since his dinner theatre debut in 2014.

In this Edition, James offers a rewind on a piece he submitted way back in 2nd Edition of Volume 1.  Interestingly enough the message provided then is as fitting and as relevant now, more than ever.  As men, we need to pay extremely close attention to the needs of the women in our lives and provide the necessary support before the weight of the burdens cause harm to women we love and to our relationships with them.

To read James poem, click: Fed Up (the poem)

The Publication solicits your feedback. Please leave a comment to share with us how the articles and poems have encouraged you. If positively, then please share that information with your family and friends. We also welcome you to provide feedback to our Founder & Editor-In-Chief via email at wmsjubileenews@gmail.com, if you so desire.

Thank you.