7 fading yellow petals
For people struggling with their mental health, it is not uncommon to lose some hope, value, and direction in life. At Primrose Mental Health, we symbolize this by the petals on the primrose flower. We are dedicated to and will work diligently with you to put back the petals of hope and self worth. Using a combination of medications, therapy, and community support, we strive to help you obtain an optimal life.
FYI: Why we choose YELLOW
Yellow is the color of sunshine, hope, and happiness.
It is also the meaning of warmth, cheerfulness, increased mental activity, and increased muscle energy.
The color yellow helps activate memory, encourage communication, enhance vision, build confidence, and stimulate the nervous system.
The physical effects of yellow are absolutely invigorating. It stimulates our nerves, glands, and brain, making us more alert and energized.
The color yellow boosts our memory and encourages communication. It is a color that promotes activity and interaction.
Despite its association with cheerfulness and warmth, yellow carries negative connotations such as cowardice and mental illness.
Why did you choose the name Primrose Mental Health?
The Primrose flower symbolizes youth and longevity. It is typically the first flower to bloom in early Spring and the petals have been seen to represent the various stages of life – birth, life itself, consummation, and death. This describes our basic philosophy on life and health – that we naturally move through these stages in our lives and that this is healthy and should be supported. We believe that hope is important for everyone, but for those who struggle with mental health issues, this is often critical. The Primrose flower symbolizes hope for us.
Essential Fatty Acids have been shown to be important in practically all aspects of health and well-being including mental health. The (evening) primrose is well known to contain 2 of the healthiest and most important of the omega 6 fatty acids - gamma linolenic acid and linolenic acid. For us, the primrose plant represents our more natural, holistic approach to mental health.