Relentless Nature

One in 5 Americans is affected by mental health conditions. Stigma is toxic to their mental health because it creates an environment of shame, fear and silence that prevents many people from seeking help and treatment.

 

The perception of mental illness won’t change unless we act to change it.

Our name couldn’t be more on the nose in representing our goals and actions.

When dealing with mental illness personally, you have a relentless nature.

You are constantly pushing in pursuit of your peace of mind and happiness. 

 

We want to help everyone who is either dealing with mental illness, or those who are being

incredible advocates for their loved ones and community.

We are ever so grateful to those who choose the journey

of trying to make a difference. It can seem like a large mountain to climb,

but each person can make a difference in the world.

RELENTLESS CLOTHING

Our Mission Statement:

We exist for the ones persisting to fight for their happiness through the darkness and those supporting their loved ones through their pain. Who want know what it feels like to be heard and to connect with other caring individuals. We are here because we understand what it feels like to be alone and unheard, dealing with mental illness. So our mission is to bring together a family of people who appreciate others going through the same situations, and want to make a difference.
 

MESSAGE FROM THE FOUNDER

At a young age, I realized, something was a little different. I couldn’t connect with others, I did not understand them. And as time went on, my emotions became more volatile, for no apparent reason. The consistent internal and external difficulties just reinforced an extremely frustrated view on life and the world. I began researching, reading, and trying to make sense of it all. Once I developed some coping skills thanks to a few incredible role models and a few years studying body language, I decided to start a career in the psychology field. 6 years later, Relentless Nature was born out of the necessity to reach more people.
 
Making a difference means making some big changes as well as meeting with the ones making the biggest difference.We are very grateful to start 2021 partnering with Nami.org and sending 10% of our profits monthly. They have been one of the most incredibly supporting and caring companies and it made the most sense to give our full support to such a fantastic group of people.

MACINTYRE FELTON

 
Someone had walked though my shoes, fought the same battles, and they were able to find happiness. That is what gave me hope.
 
 

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