Project Semicolon Connects The Broken Path Of The Depressed

| July 12 , 2015 , 08:55 IST
[caption id="attachment_73757" align="alignnone" width="700"]Semi-colon 1 main img Amy Bleuel the founder of Project Semicolon. (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)[/caption] The use of a 'Semicolon' is to mark a break that is stronger than a comma but not as final as a full stop. It’s used between two main clauses that balance each other and are too closely linked to be made into separate sentences. Inspired by this thought depressed people across the world are engraving this sign to bring a change in their lives. They think their life stopped at a particular point and they are continuing the rest of their life-story by neglecting a final full stop. People find that this mark is re-starting their life in a positive manner; moreover, they share their stories within the semi-colon group. ALSO READ: DEPRESSION SHRINKS PEOPLE’S BRAIN: STUDY Amy Bleuel, an entrepreneur, started this project in 2013 in memory of her father who died due to depression. semicolon-mainProject Semicolon is a faith-based movement dedicated to presenting hope and love for those who are struggling with depression, suicide, addiction and self-injury. project semicolon exists to encourage, love and inspire. ALSO READ: HERE’S HOW SITTING CAUSES DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY This movement has bragged a huge number of people, and has positive impact on the minds of suicidal people. It is filling a void in the lives of those who feel lonely, which obviously make them realise whole 'semi-colon' community standing in solidarity with them against all the odds of life. People share their sweet-bitter experiences of how they overcome their anxiety on social media.