Be emotionally naked. And wear it out!

Emotionally Naked T-Shirts. Unisex, Women’s shaped shirts, sweath shirts, long sleeved shirts. Gray, white, light blue. All sizes xxs-3XL

Front of shirt. Available in gray, white and light blue. XS to 3XL

Check out the edgiest t-shirt with the coolest vibe ever! Made of homespun soft cotton sewn with love by cute little old ladies in Kansas. OK that last part might be a tad exaggerated except for the soft part. Richard, my oldest, chose the quote on the back. And he said he is going to wear it out in California where a cool vibe is More important than food and water.

Our village is growing. In fact, we’ve had over a quarter million visits in 18 months. Your stories, my stories, and your sharing have resulted in lives saved. Now I want you to wear it out. Literally.

Here’s how these t-shirt campaigns work. They run for two weeks. And at the end of the campaign, your order is shipped provided the minimum is met. And once you wear it, brace yourself for the question, “Where did you get that?”

See below for more details. Shirts are here.

Back of shirt
Sweatshirt available in white, gray, light blue. Sizes XS-3XL
Women’s cut. This RUNS SMALL! Three colors: Gray, white, light blue
Unisex long sleeved. Light blue, gray, white

 

  1. Go to Be Emotionally Naked
  2. You can click on the pictures to see the front and back of the style you want
  3. These shirts are available for a limited time through October 18th
  4. Orders will ship between October 27th and November 7th (provided the minimum is met)
  5. Colors are: Gray, white, light blue and sizes run from XS-3XL. The women’s slim fit runs small! (I usually wear a small in a t-shirt and I have a medium)
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Your kids are not trophies

Author: Anne Moss Rogers

I am the owner of emotionally naked, a site that reached a quarter million people in its first 18 months. I am President of Beacon Tree Foundation, advocates for youth mental health as well as a writer and public speaker on the topics of suicide, addiction, mental illness, and grief. I lost my youngest son, Charles, 20, to suicide June 5, 2015. I was a marketing professional for years prior to losing my son and co-owned a digital marketing firm.

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