Megan Thee Stallion Launches a Mental Health Resource Directory
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Megan Thee Stallion Launches a Mental Health Resource Directory

  • Megan Thee Stallion launched an online mental health directory that lists resources for her fans.  
  • The site is called “Bad Bitches Have Bad Days Too,” named after a lyric from her single “Anxiety.” 
  • The song is on her album “Traumazine,” which contains references to the singer’s mental health struggles.

Megan Thee Stallion launched a resource directory to promote access to mental health treatment. 

“Bad Bitches Have Bad Days Too” links to platforms that offer therapy, mental health resources, as well as crisis hotlines. There are several LGBTQ resources included on the site, as well. 

The site is named after a lyric from her critically acclaimed song “Anxiety.” 

“Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday/Bad bitches have bad days too/Friday, Saturday, Sunday, bounce back/How a bad bitch always do,” she raps on the track. 

The song is included on her most recent album “Traumazine.” It is full of references to her own struggles with mental health. 

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Megan Thee Stallion said she writes songs about how she wants to feel and not how she actually feels.

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Megan, whose real name is Megan Pete, has been vocal about how losing both her parents and her grandmother has impacted her mental health. She has publicly endured ongoing legal battles, including an assault trial and a label dispute. 

The singer discussed the difference between the carefree confidence she displays in her rhymes and her internal challenges in an August Apple Music 1 interview with Nadeska Alexis and Ebro Darden

“I don’t write songs about how I feel, I write songs about how I want to feel,” she explained. 

“On this album, it’s probably the first time I figured out how to talk about what I want to say,” she continued. 

“So that’s just how I’ve been living life. And I feel like it’s been so easy for people to tell my story for me, speak on my behalf because I’m a nonchalant person.”