The mental health campaign entitled “Bad B**ches Have Bad Days Too.” brings together a host of useful resources encouraging mental wellness within LGBTQ+ and marginalized communities.
Having been affected by the death of her mother, which is detailed in her latest album “Traumazine,” Megan realized that she needed therapy. However, for strong and confident women, it’s not always easy to admit that one needs help, or to seek out the support of others.
Helping to give people confidence and supporting their mental health, Megan wanted to make the debate about mental health more open, break down stigma around it and encourage people to talk about it.
Since the launch of her new campaign website, Megan has built a community of people that are supportive of one another, in turn, giving others hope and the courage to seek out help. With growing problems of comparison culture, online abuse and harmful social content affecting people’s overall mental health – Megan Thee Stallion’s efforts have never been more needed.
In becoming a Cybersmiler of the month Megan joins some very worthy winners including Selena Gomez.
You can find out more about Bad B**ches Have Bad Days Too, here!