'Wear Your Meds' is a series of buttons that depict various kinds of medications for mental illness that contribute to destigmatization and promote open discussions about mental health. Most of the buttons feature bold background colors and images of different pill medications like Xanax and Wellbutrin.
The collection of buttons was created by advertising and copywriting student Lauren Weiss from Miami Ad School in New York City, who says that wearing the buttons is a "symbol that represents the story you want to tell and a gateway into your personal story." Since the buttons have been created, Weiss heard from many people who have expressed their fears surrounding mental illness and the role it plays in their life.
Proceeds from the sales of the Wear Your Meds buttons are donated in support of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
'Wear Your Meds' Encourages Discussion About Mental Health
1. Destigmatizing Medication Buttons - 'Wear Your Meds' buttons destigmatize mental health medications by promoting open discussions.
2. Personalized Health Accessories - 'Wear Your Meds' buttons provide a personalized way to express one's mental health journey.
3. Supporting Mental Health Organizations - 'Wear Your Meds' buttons donate proceeds to support the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
1. Mental Health Awareness - 'Wear Your Meds' buttons contribute to destigmatizing mental health and raising awareness about the importance of mental well-being.
2. Fashion and Accessories - 'Wear Your Meds' buttons offer a fashionable and meaningful accessory to express personal mental health journeys.
3. Advertising and Copywriting - 'Wear Your Meds' buttons demonstrate the power of creative communication in destigmatizing mental health and promoting open discussions.