Afros and Mental Peace.

Hey there! Welcome or welcome back!

I have started a campaign for mental health and mental peace for the black community. You may or may not know that I am an advocate for mental health. I have mental illnesses myself and I have been working hard in various ways to bring awareness to the cause. Being proud and black starts from within. We are not weak for seeking help and recovery. We just want mental peace.

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I’m personally designing shirts and products on Teespring.com to bring awareness that mental illness does exist within the black community. There is still the stigma that keeps many of us from being transparent about our struggles and getting help for them.

I designed this Afro-Bella graphic to show that we can ourselves to the fullest while seeking healthy ways to mental peace. She has a pick in her fro and peace of mind. Which is a goal that I want for all of us.

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10% of sales will go to Men and Women For Human Excellence.

“The Mission of Men and Women for Human Excellence, Inc. (MWFHE) is to help stabilize and empower recovering individuals who are burdened with thoughts and behavior that are self-destructive. We facilitate this by enlisting them into a holistic person-first, strength-based, recovery oriented program with a well-rounded network of support mechanisms that enables them to gain and maintain a stable and progressive lifestyle.” – http://www.mwfhe.org/

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Thank you in advance!

God Bless You!


Thanks for visiting!

~Ebony/ CoilySue86

3 thoughts on “Afros and Mental Peace.

  1. I ❤ this. Its such positive sign that things are changing within the black community. I myself work in mental health (and am black… check me out at monderndaysafari.wordpress) and have been thinking about starting something similar where I live. You are an inspiration. And love the T's too btw! xxx

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    1. Hi there! Thank you! I’m always glad to receive feedback from people who work in mental health such as yourself! I think you could be inspiring to others in the black community to become mental health counselors or other professionals. I think would also encourage us more to get help and reduce the stigma.
      Also, you have an interesting blog!

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