Educate don’t Discriminate Pitbull Sunrise shirt, sweat shirt, unisex longsleeve tee
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Educate don’t Discriminate Pitbull Sunrise shirt is available. Depression isn’t just being sad or lonely. Depression is a disease. It’s a disease that makes you think you’re not good enough. It makes you perceive things that aren’t true. It is being so mentally exhausted that you don’t get out of bed. And It is having an apartment that looks like it got ransacked cause you don’t have energy to clean. It literally drains every ounce of energy from your body. It makes you quit doing the things you once loved. And It makes you not care about yourself and you end up hating yourself. As we have learned this week it does not discriminate.
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It attacks people who have money and have friends and lives that some of us dream of. It could attack anyone. How do I know this? Because I’ve lived it. I flunked an entire semester because of it. Thanks to my friends who dragged me out of bed and forced me to eat and accompanied me to therapy, I am still here today. They literally saved my life. But not everyone has that. I urge you to educate yourself on what depression really is and go be the friend to someone that could save their life. Sometimes it’s the ones who seemingly have their lives fully together that need help the most.
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Here are my beautiful grandparents. Here are two graceful people in the prime of their lives, looking to the world like a power couple on a mission. And here are two people have spent their lives unable to hear a thing. My wonderful grandparents were deaf and unfortunately, due to prejudice and fear of the unknown, their lives were not as easy as they should have been. Because Educate don’t Discriminate Pitbull Sunrise shirt. I’m taking the UN international day of disabilities as a time to reach out and ask people to think. Just because you can’t see a disability it doesn’t mean it’s not there. And just because you don’t understand the disability, it doesn’t mean you should discriminate.