“HER” by Felicia Johnson is a clear description of living with a mental illness and the strength and courage it takes to live with mental illness.  This is a book I think everyone should read, especially if you work with teenagers or have children of your own. I have talked to the author of this book and she is remarkable and is very dedicated to working with people who are struggling.  Felicia Johnson is a real life hero and a remarkable positive powerful influence to those around her.  Talking to her and reading this book is truly one of my many blessings since I have started this journey.”  ~ Trenda Tbird London, Advocate and Blogger

From a speaking engagement to youth in North Atlanta click here for details


“I’m going to write in my journal as much as I can so that I don’t forget the good memories. Like when Miss Felicia said that she wrote in her journal to remember her friend who had died. I don’t want to forget how she helped us and brought the journals for us. That was one of the nicest things anyone has done. I don’t want to forget this.” Victoria age 15

“Thank you, Felicia, for coming to our little space to speak to our kids. You have made a tremendous impact with your sisterly warmth, kindness, and generosity. I am sure that the kids have thoroughly enjoyed you speaking with them today. We hope that you will come back and visit us again soon!” Sharon K. – Youth Advocate and Mentor

 Girls from  LNGBI Power Circle South Africa

LNGBIgirls with journals

 “I found the Skype enlightening because there were many things I was uncertain of like my career and writing.  Thank you because if it weren’t for the Skype I wouldn’t have started writing again.  I have started writing a play which I am at Act 2 already…
 ~ Mpumelelo Ngcobo (M.P.), 15yrs old
“What I really liked about the Skype session was that you motivated me about how to not let anyone put me down or make me feel ashamed of myself”  ~ Buhle Zondo, 12yrs old


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