When it comes to beauty pageants, most people think of the typical stereotype of a pretty face and a slim figure. But one beauty queen is proving that beauty is more than skin deep.
Tia Wilcox is a beauty queen, model and actress who was crowned Miss Jamaica World in 2017. She is also a graduate of the University of the West Indies, where she studied psychology. Wilcox is using her platform to promote mental health awareness and help break the stigma surrounding mental health issues.
Wilcox is a passionate advocate for mental health awareness and has spoken out about her own struggles with depression. She is also an advocate for body positivity and self-love, encouraging people to be proud of who they are and to accept themselves for who they are.
Wilcox has used her platform to spread awareness about mental health issues and to break down the stigma surrounding them. She has spoken about her own experiences with depression and how she has learned to cope with her mental health issues. She has also created a platform for people to share their stories and find support.
Wilcox is an inspiration to many and is proving that beauty is more than skin deep. She is using her platform to help break down the stigma surrounding mental health issues and to promote self-love and acceptance. Wilcox is an example of how beauty can be used to make a difference in the world and to help others.