World Teen Mental Wellness Day
March 2, 2023
World Teen Mental Wellness Day is observed across the globe on March 2 every year. It is a day that aims to raise awareness about the mental health issues that teenagers deal with. This day is about educating everyone and destigmatizing something that is becoming increasingly common.
In support of Teen Mental Health Awareness
All profits go to NAMI Georgia, National Alliance on Mental Illness
My name is Ethan Kramer, and the decision to design a t-shirt and raise funds for NAMI Georgia, National Alliance on Mental Illness was a personal one for me. As a member of a family affected by mental illness and a teenager myself, I understand the challenges that my generation is facing, particularly in the wake of the pandemic. With pressures coming from every direction, it's easy for young people to feel overwhelmed, unsupported, and alone. But it doesn't have to be that way.
That's why I believe so strongly in NAMI Georgia's mission to support communities in our state and create a future where mental health is treated with the same care and attention as physical health. By raising funds to support this incredible non-profit organization, I am helping to educate the public about mental illness, combat the stigma that surrounds it, and advocate for research into better treatments and outcomes for those affected.
The motto I created - "today will be better" - embodies my belief that every day is a new opportunity to make a positive change in our lives and in the world around us. No one should feel alone or unsupported in their struggles with mental health, and with the support of organizations like NAMI, we can create a brighter, more hopeful future for everyone.
I invite you to join me in making a difference and supporting this important cause. Together, we can help create a world where mental health is valued and supported, and every individual has the resources they need to thrive.