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Mental Health Clothing Brand That Cares!

Created by an Aspie. Inspired by Mental Illness.

We donate profit

Your purchase helps us send donations to mental health charities

Printed on Demand

Every order you place is printed fresh and sent straight to your door!

worldwide shipping

Thanks to Printful, We can dispatch your orders worldwide.

We donate profit

Your purchase helps us send donations to mental health charities

Printed on Demand

Every order you place is printed fresh and sent straight to your door!

worldwide shipping

Thanks to Printful, We can dispatch your orders worldwide.

We Donate Our Profit To Charity

 We donate the profit from sales, including the donations we receive from our supporters to deserving projects, charities and organisations that are doing some amazing work with families, young people and children who have Autism, Mental Health, Special Needs and Disabilities. 

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Mental Illness is not a fashion trend

Every product we make will be printed on quality materials, with a unified brand that can be identified, I wanted to take Mental Illness which has taken so from so many lives inducing my own and my family, and change the narrative around it and end the current stigma by using Whatlabel to promote wellness instead of illness.

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Mental Health Awareness ‘Day’

The difficulty sleeping, the irrational thoughts, the intense headaches. My head feels so heavy that my only response is to lie down, which subsequently results in me not wanting to get back up. My ability to get up in the morning has diminished, so my 7am start times seem impossible.

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Part One | Hidden disabilities | The Crutch Conundrum

As you may have noticed reading my experiences, there is something I call the crutch conundrum, as I rely less on a crutch or wheelchair, yet still needing disabled parking, or priority seats, or the need to use lifts or disabled toilets, because of the judgments and stares from people passing by and other disabled.

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