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Help Us Stop Suicide

Throughout the month of September 2021, in honor of National Suicide Prevention Month, we have partnered with The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. This is the second year in a row we have collaborated with our friends at AFSP. Suicide prevention is a cause that is at the center of our mission, to spread reminders and prevent suicide.

This month, we are spotlighting 4 designs where 100% of net profits from this collection will be donated back to AFSP.

Keep Breathing

Sometimes in the darkest of moments we may need little reminders to keep us going. We hope this design is able to support those who need it on the hard days.

Follow us on Instagram @selfcareisforeveryone as we'll be sharing conversations guides and resources all month long to help you talk openly about suicide.

Together We Can Help Stop Suicide.

100% of Net Profits From This Collection Goes To AFSP

Help Us Stop Suicide

Throughout the month of September 2021, in honor of National Suicide Prevention Month, we have partnered with The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. This is the second year in a row we have collaborated with our friends at AFSP. Suicide prevention is a cause that is at the center of our mission, to spread reminders and prevent suicide.

This month, we are spotlighting 4 designs where 100% of net profits from this collection will be donated back to AFSP.

Together We Can
Help Stop Suicide

While it has become increasingly more common to talk about mental health, particularly this past year, the topic of suicide – when it comes up – is still scary for many people to think about, let alone say the word: Suicide.

Some may be afraid that by asking someone if they’re having thoughts of suicide, it will put the idea in their head, or perhaps push them to take their own life. (Which research shows is not true.) Others are worried that they won’t know what to do, or how to help if the person tells them, “Yes – I am thinking about suicide.”

We see this as an opportunity to deepen the conversation. We all have mental health. It’s time we take the next step, checking in on one another's mental health, and if we need it, find help together.

Together, we can help #StopSuicide

Let's Deepen The Conversation

While it has become increasingly more common to talk about mental health, particularly this past year, the topic of suicide – when it comes up – is still scary for many people to think about, let alone say the word: Suicide.

Some may be afraid that by asking someone if they’re having thoughts of suicide, it will put the idea in their head, or perhaps push them to take their own life. (Which research shows is not true.) Others are worried that they won’t know what to do, or how to help if the person tells them, “Yes – I am thinking about suicide.”

We see this as an opportunity to deepen the conversation. We all have mental health. It’s time we take the next step, checking in on one another's mental health, and if we need it, find help together.

Together, we can help #StopSuicide

Together We Can
Help Stop Suicide

While it has become increasingly more common to talk about mental health, particularly this past year, the topic of suicide – when it comes up – is still scary for many people to think about, let alone say the word: Suicide.

Some may be afraid that by asking someone if they’re having thoughts of suicide, it will put the idea in their head, or perhaps push them to take their own life. (Which research shows is not true.) Others are worried that they won’t know what to do, or how to help if the person tells them, “Yes – I am thinking about suicide.”

We see this as an opportunity to deepen the conversation. We all have mental health. It’s time we take the next step, checking in on one another's mental health, and if we need it, find help together.

Together, we can help #StopSuicide

Let's Deepen The Conversation

While it has become increasingly more common to talk about mental health, particularly this past year, the topic of suicide – when it comes up – is still scary for many people to think about, let alone say the word: Suicide.

Some may be afraid that by asking someone if they’re having thoughts of suicide, it will put the idea in their head, or perhaps push them to take their own life. (Which research shows is not true.) Others are worried that they won’t know what to do, or how to help if the person tells them, “Yes – I am thinking about suicide.”

We see this as an opportunity to deepen the conversation. We all have mental health. It’s time we take the next step, checking in on one another's mental health, and if we need it, find help together.

Together, we can help #StopSuicide

How Are You, Really?

This campaign is centered around encouraging all communities to become more comfortable talking about suicide and to check-in on loved ones and their mental health. That is why we are including this gorgeous reminder that says, "How Are You, Really?"

Instead of leaving it to the person in crisis to be the one asking for help, we are empowering our community toward checking in on their loved ones and those in their community. How Are You, Really? represents one of many ways to further a conversation and invite vulnerability in an effort to strengthen connections, combat isolation and help stop suicide.

You Are Not Alone

The hope is to promote community care and remind those in need that they are not alone, even in the most painful of moments.

We see a world where suicide is no longer a leading cause of death and everyone feels confident in taking care of their mental health, while staying connected and attuned to the mental health of others.

We are all in this together... Together we can help STOP SUICIDE.


Click on the link below to download the
conversation guides we co-wrote with AFSP!

Share The Guides With Your Community!


Join the conversation on Instagram @selfcareisforeveryone as we'll be sharing the conversation guides and resources all month long to help everyone talk more openly about suicide.

Together We Can Stop Suicide.


The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide. AFSP creates a culture that’s smart about mental health through education and community programs, develops suicide prevention through research and advocacy, and provides support for those affected by suicide. Led by CEO Robert Gebbia and headquartered in New York and with a public policy office in Washington, D.C., AFSP has local chapters in all 50 states with programs and events nationwide.

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