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Megan Thee Stallion Launches Website Featuring Mental Health Resources
Megan Thee Stallion continues her mental health advocacy with the launch of a website focusing on providing various mental health resources.

Megan Thee Stallion Launches Website Featuring Mental Health Resources

Megan Thee Stallion is making her mark on the mental health field!

The 27-year-old has been extremely open about her mental health in the past. The “Sweetest Pie” singer, who has discussed her experience with going to therapy at length before, has now created a website featuring many mental health-related resources of different forms.

The website features categories for the various resources, including free therapy organizations, mental health hotlines, directories for resources pertaining to specific minority groups, community resources for the LGBTQIA+ community, and even a section for users to find a therapist!

Read on for more details pertaining to Megan Thee Stallion’s latest career venture.

Megan Thee Stallion Speaks Out About Her Mental Health


Megan Thee Stallion’s (real name: Megan Pete) new website isn’t her first public venture within the mental health field.

Last year she opened up about her mental health and revealed more about her personal experience with taking care of her own, in an interview with Taraji P. Hensen for Hensen’s Facebook Live show, “Peace Of Mind With Taraji.”

Among the many topics in the interview, she discusses the feeling of hopelessness she felt after losing both of her parents, and realized she needed to find a resource so she could reach out for help.

“I’ve lost both of my parents,” she recalls in the interview, “Now I’m like, ‘Oh my gosh, who do I talk to? What do I do?” (per BuzzFeed)

She also proclaimed how she believes “mental health is more important to me more than ever, because I have more pressure on me than I used to have…”

Megan Thee Stallion’s outgoing and extroverted nature made it difficult to realize not everyone around her necessarily had the best of intentions after she rose to fame, which she discussed in detail with Hensen.

“I’m such a friendly person,” she went on to explain, “I don’t know if it’s the southern girl in me, but I’m such an open book. I had to dial it back a little bit because sometimes… my mama always used to tell me ‘Girl, everybody ain’t your friend’. And, I didn’t understand what that meant until I started living this life.”

Megan Thee Stallion Helps Break The Stigma For Black People Seeking Therapy

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The “Savage” singer also discussed the stigma against seeking therapy as a Black woman.

“Black women, we have always had to put a mask on like everything’s okay. We are usually who you lean on,” she continued in the interview per PopSugar. “We are usually everybody’s therapist.”

Hensen also gave her own insight into the difficulties Black people face when trying to seek out mental health resources.

“That’s the piece I think is missing when Black people talk about mental health,” she began. “Because we think it’s very sterile, and usually the doctors don’t look like us… but in actuality we need it the most.” (via PopSugar)

Megan The Stallion’s new mental health-oriented website provides many different resources for Black men and women to seek therapy and includes a link for the Black Emotional and Mental Health collective as well.