Stop the Stigma

Stop the Stigma

Stop the Stigma

Stop the Stigma

Let's start a conversation about mental health

Stop the Stigma

Stop the Stigma

Stop the Stigma


People who are suffering from a mental illness


Of all deaths are from mental illness

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Mental health is considered one of the most neglected problems in the modern world. Dismantling the stigma around mental illness is more important now than ever. So let’s educate ourselves about mental health!


people suffering from anxiety


people suffering from depression


people suffering from bipolar


people suffering from eating disorders


people suffering from schizophrenia

Let's crunch the numbers

Mental illness

is continuously rising

Poor mental health is increasing, and the number of mental health providers isn’t going up. Both government organizations and independent organizations are reporting an increase in mental health related issues every year.

“Mental illnesses, such as depression, are the third most common cause of hospitalization in the United States for those aged 18-44 years old, and adults living with serious mental illness die on average 25 years earlier than others.” - CDC

And no, it's not just

about feeling a

little sad

If getting a bad grade on a test made you feel sad or angry, it doesn’t mean that you are depressed. Depression is characterized by a persistently depressed mood or loss of interest in activities, and has nothing to do with your test grade.

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Someone you know suffers

from a mental health condition

That’s too many f*cking people.

You're just feeling sad, you'll get over it!
Oh sorry... When are we going out?
Just take a nap and you'll feel better
You're making a big deal out of nothing

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Created by Kyrylo Orlov