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This Mental Health Awareness Month, were giving away 1,000 mental health stickers to help raise awareness!
100 randomly selecting participants will each receive 10 free stickers relating mental health. Winners will be notified by email and have their first names listed on this page after the drawing.
Sticker Giveaway Details
Number of winners: 100
Start Date: May 11th, 2023
Entry Deadline: June 12th, 2023
Drawing Date: Within 7 business days of entry deadline
Prize: Each winner will receive a sticker pack with 10 mental health themed stickers. Stickers will vary.
Shipping: Stickers will be mailed out via USPS within 7 business days after the drawing date.
Only one entry per person.
Must be 13 years old or older to enter.
Must live in the United States.
No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited.
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Help Raise Mental Health Awareness
$1 from every Premium Sticker Pack V2 sold during May will be donated to the non-profit Active Minds in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month. Active Minds is the nation’s premier nonprofit organization supporting mental health awareness and education for young adults.
Importance Of Mental Health Awareness
Did you know that 1 in 5 American adults experience a mental health problem each year? Here are some ways that raising mental health awareness helps!
Mental health awareness helps to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness. Many people who suffer from mental health issues may be afraid to seek help or even admit that they are struggling due to the fear of being judged or stigmatized. By raising awareness, we can promote a more accepting and empathetic attitude towards mental health.
Promoting Early Intervention
Early intervention is key to managing mental health problems. When people are aware of the signs and symptoms of mental illness, they can recognize them in themselves or others and seek help sooner. This can lead to more successful treatment outcomes.
Improving Access to Treatment
Many people who struggle with mental health issues do not receive the care they need. Mental health awareness can help to improve access to treatment by promoting understanding of the importance of mental health care and encouraging investment in mental health services.
Mental health awareness can also help people to recognize the importance of self-care and to prioritize their own mental well-being. By promoting healthy habits, such as exercise, good nutrition, and stress reduction techniques, mental health awareness can help people to better manage their mental health.
Mental Health Myths
There are many myths surrounding mental health that prevent people from receiving the care that they need. Let’s uncover the truth behind some of the most common mental health myths:
Myth 1: Mental illness is rare.
Truth: Mental illness is actually quite common. According to the World Health Organization, 1 in 4 people in the world will be affected by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives.
Myth 2: Mental illness is a personal weakness or character flaw.
Truth: Mental illness is not a result of personal weakness or a lack of willpower. It is a medical condition that can affect anyone, regardless of their background, personality, or lifestyle.
Myth 3: People with mental illness are violent and dangerous.
Truth: People with mental illness are no more likely to be violent than the general population. In fact, they are more likely to be victims of violence than perpetrators.
Myth 4: Mental illness is a lifelong condition that cannot be treated.
Truth: Many mental illnesses are highly treatable with a combination of medication, therapy, and lifestyle changes. With proper treatment and support, many people with mental illness can lead fulfilling lives.
Myth 5: Mental illness only affects adults.
Truth: Mental illness can affect people of all ages, including children and adolescents.
Myth 6: Only certain types of people get mental illness.
Truth: Mental illness can affect people of all races, genders, ages, and socioeconomic backgrounds. It does not discriminate.
Myth 7: You can just “snap out of” mental illness.
Truth: Mental illness is not a choice or a decision. It is a medical condition that requires proper treatment and support.
By debunking these common myths and promoting accurate information about mental health, we can reduce stigma and promote understanding and empathy for those who are struggling with mental illness.
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