Mini Sticker- Semicolon depression awareness mental health awareness 1.25” vinyl circle sticker by Jaymee Laws - The Art of Jaymee Laws
Mini Sticker- Semicolon depression awareness mental health awareness 1.25” vinyl circle sticker by Jaymee Laws - The Art of Jaymee Laws
Mini Sticker- Semicolon depression awareness mental health awareness 1.25” vinyl circle sticker by Jaymee Laws - The Art of Jaymee Laws
Mini Sticker- Semicolon depression awareness mental health awareness 1.25” vinyl circle sticker by Jaymee Laws - The Art of Jaymee Laws
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  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Mini Sticker- Semicolon depression awareness mental health awareness 1.25” vinyl circle sticker by Jaymee Laws - The Art of Jaymee Laws
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Mini Sticker- Semicolon depression awareness mental health awareness 1.25” vinyl circle sticker by Jaymee Laws - The Art of Jaymee Laws
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Mini Sticker- Semicolon depression awareness mental health awareness 1.25” vinyl circle sticker by Jaymee Laws - The Art of Jaymee Laws

Mini Sticker- Semicolon depression awareness mental health awareness 1.25”

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Mini 1.25” round high quality water resistant vinyl sticker. These stickers are only slightly larger than a quarter- please look at the photos before purchasing. Thanks! 😃💖

In the context of grammar, a semicolon is used to combine two complete sentences that are related. While a period signifies that two sentences are saying different things, a semicolon is used when two sentences are so closely related that a period would be too much of a separation. In other words, a semicolon means that the thought is not quite over even though the sentence is—there’s still more to come.

That sentiment is the idea behind Project Semicolon, a nonprofit dedicated to raising awareness of mental illness, self-harm, suicide, and addiction. "A semicolon represents a sentence the author could've ended but chose not to. The author is you and the sentence is your life."

Project Semicolon was started by Amy Bleuel in 2013 as a way to inspire those going through depression, thoughts of suicide, or self-harm to share their story and to help show them that they are not alone.