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Own Your Stigma

I came across Own Your Stigma through social medias and I was immediately here for what they’re all about. As a school counselor and a Mom of two with some serious anxiety, I am a strong mental health advocate. I also have went all of my life being told I am too sensitive or am the emotional one.

I had a hard time picking just a few items to buy from them because I related to so many! Timing was on my side.. my apparel arrived when I needed it the most.

This week my divorce became finalized. The reactions were congrats.. are you happy.. how do you feel—and honestly, the answer is I felt all the feels. I was angry. I was sad. I was relieved. I was glad it was done. Allllllll the feels. It’s so hard to answer people with how you feel when it’s all of them. I did not know I could feel all those emotions within a matter of seconds.

So this comfy sweatshirt was perfect—I FEEL ALL THE FEELS and that is okay. Sometimes we will feel things we do not understand in the moment and that’s okay. Breathe. Process. And allow yourself to put YOU first.

Now I have to own my stigma—a divorced, single Mom. It’s a hard pill to swallow, but my mental health matters and I am finally in a place where I can allow myself to put that first. I’ll own it. Because I matter.

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