On June 21st, author Felicia Johnson will speak at the National Alliance On Mental Illness, (NAMI) about Borderline Personality Disorder,  Depression, Child Abuse and her campaign to raise awareness and end the stigma that exists regarding mental illness. She will share her book titled “HER” with the audience and the true life story that inspired this moving novel about survivalFelicia will share her story about overcoming childhood abuse, depression, and losing her best friend to suicide. The meeting will be at the United Way Center in Cumming.

Felecia is author of the book, “HER”, which is a story of a young girl dealing with Borderline Personality Disorder.  Her second novel, “OK Danny Boy” is scheduled to be released in June. This novel portrays the story of Daniel, a young man who who has been diagnosed with Bi-Polar Disorder, OCD, and Juvenile Diabetes.

As a writer and educator, Felicia’s goal is to teach people about mental disorders, how to identify suicidal warning signs, how to help ourselves and others struggling with mental illness and teach and encourage people to talk to others about these illnesses.

Please come join us for our educational meeting  on Tuesday, June 21, 2016 at 7pm at Forsyth County United Way, 240 Elm Street, Cumming, Ga.  This event is being sponsored by The National Alliance on Mental Illness, Forsyth Dawson, Lumpkin affiliate.  Visit www.namifdl.org or call Linda Fitzwater at 678 947-6156 for details.