Organic Let It Go Hoodie


  • Light fabric (5.3 oz/yd² (180 g/m²))
  • Regular fit
  • Runs true to size
  • 100% organic, combed, ring-spun cotton
  • Oeko-Tex, PETA, and GOTS certifications
  • NB! Please refer to the size guide for an accurate fit

It’s ok to not be ok

“Allowing yourself not to feel okay involves accepting all feelings, thoughts, or sensations and sitting with them until they pass. If you try to avoid, suppress, or ignore them, they will grow stronger, leaving you overwhelmed and believing you cannot cope.” Yes, it’s okay to ask for help. Asking for help is a strength and a normal part of life. It can help save lives, improve relationships, and foster a culture of cooperation.

How to open up

Opening up to someone will be one of the bravest things you can do. Finding the right person who will listen without judgment can be challenging. Please know that this process will take time and a lot of conversations. After the initial conversation, check in regularly. Let your family and friends know how you’re doing, and keep them updated on any changes in your treatment or overall well-being.

1) Choose the Right Time and Place:

Pick a quiet and comfortable setting where you can talk without distractions or time constraints. Ensure that everyone involved has the time to have a meaningful conversation.

2) Be Honest and Open:

Share your feelings honestly. Be open about what you’re experiencing and how it’s impacting your life. Use “I” statements to express your feelings and avoid sounding accusatory.

3) Educate Them:

Some people may not fully understand mental health issues. Provide them with information about your condition, symptoms, and treatment options. This can help demystify mental health and reduce stigma.

4) Express Your Needs:

Clearly communicate what kind of support you need. Whether it’s someone to talk to, assistance with daily tasks, or understanding during challenging times, expressing your needs helps others know how to support you.

5) Be Patient:

Understand that your family and friends may need time to process the information. Give them the opportunity to ask questions and share their thoughts. Be patient if they don’t fully understand or if they need time to adjust.

6) Use Non-Judgmental Language:

Avoid blaming language and instead focus on your feelings and experiences. This can prevent defensiveness and promote a more supportive atmosphere.

7) Encourage Open Communication:

Make it clear that you are open to questions and encourage them to express their thoughts and feelings as well. Healthy communication is a two-way street.

8) Provide Resources:

Share resources about your specific mental health condition or general mental health information. This can help your family and friends educate themselves and better understand your situation.

9) Involve Them in the Recovery Process:

If appropriate, involve your loved ones in your recovery process. This could include attending therapy sessions together, participating in support groups, or learning about coping strategies as a team.

About the shirt

These tees are made with responsibly sourced organic cotton that’s grown with no hazardous chemicals; a green choice for the eco-conscious mindset. This t-shirt also features a ribbed neck collar, hemmed set-in sleeves, and a bottom hem with a wide double-needle topstitch.

Key features

100% organic ringspun combed cotton

The fabric is warm, flexible, stretchy, and insulating, making it a popular choice for the layer worn closest to the body. This cotton is grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers

Ribbed knit collar with a seam

The ribbed knit makes the collar highly elastic and helps retain its shape

Self fabric necktape

Necktape covers the neck seam to stabilize the back of the garment for a more comfortable feel and prevent stretching

Overlock side seams

The seam helps to hold the garment’s shape and give it structural support

Care Instruction

Machine wash: cold (max 30C or 90F); Do not bleach; Do not tumble dry; Iron, steam or dry: low heat; Do not dryclean.

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If you are feeling overwhelmed and need to speak with a professional. Consider calling the national crisis and mental health hotline 988

Self Care tips

Mental health issues affects roungly 20% of Americans annuall, it can be serious and debilitaing. While there are some methods you can practice to help with your mood. You can contact your healthcare provider or someone at your local community health clinic for help.

Support someone

Self care tips you can do at home or at a lower cost. If you are feeling too overwhelmed, please check out the resources information below to find low cost therapy or counselling near you.