Tomorrow is better with you

Suicide Prevention Awarenss Month 2022

I need you to know that hope is available regardless of your identity. Know that your story is far from over, and I need you here. That you are forever loved and; you belong here, and your lived experiences matter

Next month is September, Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, with September 10th, 2022, being World Suicide Prevention Day. I am doing something huge this month; I am releasing our biggest collection yet, just for you. To remind you of your strength and admiration and show you that we can fight for tomorrow's light together.

Forever Admiring You

Your Not Alone, You Belong Here

I will not stop now or ever; Admire Wear is a home. For us to be comfortable being ourselves and sharing our stories, to help save lives, end stigmas, and bring awareness to topics of all kinds regarding mental health, social issues, and ultimately suicide prevention.  This is just the beginning of our story and the beginning of a new chapter with you. We need you here to know that we thank you for being in this world because tomorrow is better with you.

Asking for help is not a sign of weakness


A place without you isn't a world I want to live in. The world is better with you.If you need help please reach out to a friend, loved one or trained professional.

Suicide Prevention Hotline 24/7: CALL 800-273-8255

24/7 Online chat: "HOME" to741741

National Domestic Violence Hotline 24/7: CALL 800-799-7233

24/7 Text Chat: Text "START" to 88788 Online Chat at:

National Sexual Assault Hotline 24/7: CALL 800-656-4673

Online Chat:

The Trevor Project 24/7: CALL 866-488-7386OnlineCHATText : 678678

The Trevor Project provides 24/7 crisis support services to LGBTQ young people. Text, chat, or call anytime to reach a trained counselor.

Helping Survivors

"Helping Survivors mission is to assist anyone who has been victimized by sexual assault or abuse. Our website is a compilation of information around different instances of sexual violence. We offer resources to assist survivors and their families, and we will continuously be adding more. Survivors can also reach out to us if they have any questions at all or are looking for advice."