; mental health matters hooded zip up
"Mental Health Matters”
LIMITED EDITION TEE
May is Mental Health Awareness month, but unfortunately mental health surrounds some of us all year long. Mental health always matters.
Did you know that suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S.? Stats show that on average, 132 people die from suicide each day and that an alarming 1.4 Million Americans have attempted suicide. I hope to share that mental health or suicide thoughts are not to be shamed or hidden. We have to change the way society views mental health patients so that they know they are not alone and that help is near.
If you struggle with mental health, ME TOO. Fighting anxiety and depression is a daily battle, even with medicine. With a combination of being mindful of my mental health, prescribed meds, a support system and Jesus - there is Hope.
Let’s change the stigma of mental health and stand up for what we can’t help. We can start by taking care of ourselves, recognizing that we need help, stay consistent with the things that help your mental health and if you don’t experience it yourself, be there for those who need a support system to know they aren’t alone in their thoughts.
About the Tee:
This zip up hooded sweatshirt is perfect for any season!
6.1 oz., 100% ring spun cotton - Preshrunk
True to size, as a unisex. If you’d like a more form fitting style, go down one size.
- Breathable and lightweight fabric with superior softness
- Exposed and contrast zipper & drawcord for contemporary styling
Triple-needle coverstitching on hood, neck, armholes, pocket openings, cuffs and waistband
- 1x1 ribbed cuffs and waistband
- Split front pouch pockets
How to Hang:
How to Hang:
Each word can be hung easily using many different adhesives.
My favorite product to use is Loctite Mounting Putty
Please be aware that each cutout is made of MDF, which may have imperfections.
Please be mindful and extremely careful not to pull or tear the item or packaging materials when opening your package. Open with the very most care. Saved by Grace Co. is not responsible for replacing words that were neglected during opening.