I’m Ok is a full dedication to women and more specifically to black women. Growing up there were many days I witnessed my mother utter the very words “I’m Ok” know ing she was carrying the weight of life all over her. But she insisted she she had to be “Ok” to make sure she could be all that she could for her children. As I have moved through life I have found myself practicing this same habit of saying “I’m Ok” especially on days I was crumbling to pieces. I’m Ok is to everyone who has ever bared burdens with a straight face.