Semicolon - Mental Health Awareness Month
May is Mental Health Awareness Month! The semicolon has become a symbol for affirmation and solidarity against suicide, depression, addiction, and other mental health issues. This symbol became widely used after Amy Bleuel founded Project Semicolon in 2013. Project Semicolon explains that "an author uses a semicolon not to end a sentence, but to continue on. You are the author and the sentence is your life. Choose to keep going." Learn more at Project Semicolon!
In honor of this month, a portion of the proceeds from any Mental Health Awareness products will be donated to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).
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