Suicide Awareness Semicolon Ring
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This inspiration ring is made to support those who struggled with suicide, depression and history of self-harms. It aims to inspire hope, resilience and awareness on the issue of mental illness.
About the Product
- Beautiful ring to wear to raise suicide awareness.
- Great gift for family members, friends, and anyone who supports awareness
- All the rings are custom made using black stainless steel
- Not sold in stores.
- Free shipping with tracking code (UPS)
What Does The Semicolon Mean?
A semicolon represents a sentence the author could have ended, but chose not to. That author is you and the sentence is your life. The "My Story Isn't Over Yet" movement supports all who have history of self-harm, personality-disorder, social anxiety or suffers from depression. This is a symbol of hope and faith that ones story continues and that together, we can overcome even the hardest of times.
The semicolon has become a symbol of continuance and hope for those affected by mental illness and suicide. The semicolon, previously only known as a grammatical pause in a sentence, now holds a beautiful new meaning. The popularity of the symbol has fueled a movement across the world, which promotes awareness of issues related to mental illness, depression, anxiety and suicide.
The renewed meaning of the symbol derives from the original grammatical use of the semicolon. Customarily, the semicolon is used in a sentence that incorporates two independent clauses which are closely related in thought. However, Amy Bluel, the founder of the Project Semicolon, created a whole new meaning to the semicolon. She writes:
“A semicolon is used when an author could’ve chosen to end their sentence, but chose not to. The author is you and the sentence is your life.”
Many nowadays, use the symbol on jewelry, apparel and body decoration. We believe this will help prevent suicide, as more people are aware of the issue and willing to talk to about it.
Why Support Mental Illness Awareness?
Suicide is currently the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. The ASFA reports 1 million suicide attempts every year and an approximate 45 thousand deaths. In light of these statistics, we believe it is important to raise awareness on the topic of suicide, to open the dialogue and remove the stigmatization of mental illness.
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