I cry to sleep some nights, other nights i don't sleep. Its Not demons…Not "white folk problems" it's an illness. Ur not alone #YouGoodMan— Captain Kirk (@ILLCapitano94) October 6, 2016
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Black men feel anxiety. Black men feel depression. Black men feel sadness. Black men feel rage. Black men feel and that's ok. #YouGoodMan— Jeffery Allen (@PsychoBabble_06) October 5, 2016
#yougoodman is a safe space for Black men to share their bouts w depression, heal, bond & know they're not alone. This hashtag is necessary.— NANA JIBRIL 🌙 (@girlswithtoys) October 5, 2016
It's okay if you're struggling with mental illness, and it's okay to seek help. Neither is shameful. Your feelings are valid. #YouGoodMan— regular size rudy (@_nikkijanee) October 5, 2016
As Black men we've been taught not to talk about mental illness or express our emotions. Glad we're having the conversation. #YouGoodMan ?— Dakari A. Barnes (@dk_barnes1) October 5, 2016
If anyone on here wants to talk or speak without any pressure or worries, I won't judge you #YouGoodMan— Afolabi (@aadekaiyaoja) October 6, 2016
Depression is always carrying an invisible backpack full of fears, failures, flaws and false images. Unpack your backpack. #YouGoodMan— Antoine K. Garrett (@TheCoachAG) October 5, 2016
We wish Cudi all the best and are proud of him for speaking out and seeking help. We hope the conversation around Black men, masculinity, and mental health continues and that others are inspired to seek help and share their story.
feeling like you can't talk about your depression and anxiety only makes it worse. I'm glad ppl are shaking the stigma #YouGoodMan— Donwill (@donwill) October 5, 2016