Wearing Color for Mental Health Awareness

Wearing Color for Mental Health Awareness

I’m getting my color functions mixed up. People are telling me that pumpkins painted blue on a front porch at Halloween are a signal that the candy being distributed to trick-or-treaters is gluten free and additive free.

We all know that pink accessories on massive football players during the month of October indicates support for the battle against breast cancer, and the colors of the rainbow are a sign of support for same sex marriage. A black suit prompts the question, “Who died?”

Purple and white means “Go Trevecca.” Purple and gold means “Go Olivet.” (I suppose you might say they are royal and rich; we are royal and pure.) Lighting your house or landscape with green bulbs means that you support veterans.

But I’m also hearing that wearing green is a signal that you support mental health awareness.

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