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Mental Health Awareness
Green is the color that symbolizes depression, bipolar disorder, and other mental illnesses. The color is popularly used in promoting mental health awareness.
The green color represents hope, strength, and support for those afflicted with mental health disorders. It is used to encourage mental health awareness in order to help fight the stigma that is often associated with mental illnesses.
The international symbol for mental health awareness is the green ribbon, worn to show everyone that the wearer cares about mental health. Some people wear it in memory of a loved one.
Awareness ribbons in lime green shade, in particular, is representative of maternal mental health, postpartum depression, and psychosis.
As a punctuation mark, the semicolon is generally used to indicate two closely related sentences and to clarify a series. In a series, the semicolon is used to separate one or more elements that have a comma. In other words, we use semicolon when a sentence could have ended but didn’t.
The phrase “could have ended but didn’t” is also symbolic of something related to mental health. For some, it connotes surviving suicide and/or triumph over suicidal thoughts, represented by the semicolon symbol. This is a popular mental health symbol that we often see on social media posts and skin tattoos these days.
Please click below to view more symbols of mental health and their respectful meanings.