Will Smith and The Dangers of Toxic Masculinity

What the heck possessed Will Smith to slap Chris Rock? Dr. Eddie Capparucci is a licensed therapist certified in the treatment of pornography addiction. He works with men struggling with emotional regulation and various types of addictions as well as their partners. Dr. Capparucci has worked with professional athletes including NFL and MLB players and television […]

Dr. mOe Featured in Parade Magazine!

Wow! A huge thank you to “Parade Magazine” for featuring me in this health story on my journey with cancer as a #healthcare provider. Parade is the most widely read magazine in the U.S. with a circulation of 32 million and a readership of 54.1 million. I have been an #advocate for raising #cancerawareness since my diagnosis. Next month, I celebrate […]

Become A Better Public Speaker

Brian J Olds, President of Black Speakers Network Brian J. Olds, author and President of Black Speakers Network, joins Dr. mOe Anderson, author, speaker, and podcast host, with tips and tools to improve your public speaking. People who communicate better get better results. Remember, if you speak in public any time or anywhere, you are […]

Secrets of a Professional Matchmaker

https://youtu.be/Or7k0dR4JIo Dating is not what it used to be. It’s so HARD. Right? Brooke Fitzpatrick, CEO of Mosaic Matchmaking is a professional matchmaker and dating coach in Dallas, Texas. She joined Dr. mOe to discuss matchmaking. Topics include: *when women should be more “assertive” *what social media profiles reveal about you *dating red flags *does […]

Overcoming Fear With Faith. One Woman’s Story

Kareemah Emordi is a successful playwright, producer, corporate exec, and author. Born and raised Muslim, she has a jaw-dropping testimony of God’s pursuit of a woman who didn’t want or need “your Jesus.” In this episode, she shares with Dr. mOe about overcoming intense fear, anxiety and suicidal thoughts, physical illness, and the day God […]

Launch A Successful Second Act!

Milestone events or life changes often prompt a reroute of our journey. The phrase “Second Act” is used to describe the transition from retired, semi-retired, or laid off to a new career like entrepreneurship. Retired educator and Chief Blogger for the award-winning blog”This Is Your Best Year” shares her experience and explains why she believes […]

How Will You Be Remembered?

I hope to be remembered as a mother, care provider, advocate, activist, author, speaker, and friend. I will not be remembered…

Fort Worth Black News Features Dr. mOe Anderson

“Never Close Your Heart” the Joy and Pain of Life Dr. Monica Anderson won our hearts as a witty columnist for the Star-Telegram 25 years ago. She often shared humorous moments form everyday life that made readers smile, shake their heads or actually laugh out loud… Click the link and scroll over to page 5 […]

Black Authors Network Interview to Launch Never Close Your Heart

BAN Radio Interview With Dr. mOe Anderson and Ella D. Curry (Click Here to Listen) I’ve done 100’s of interviews for print media, radio, and television but this program’s host was unique in asking me “How do you make time and space to operate in your gifts?” My answer about #timemanagementtips and #lifebalance may surprise you (around the 13-minute […]

Why You Need A Vision Board

Hope is never false. Vision boards motivate you. Throughout the year they remind you of the what, why, where, and how of your dreams. Sometimes the “when” takes longer than a year but, thankfully, dreams don’t have an expiration date. In this video, I share why it took four years to reach one of my […]