We Can All Play Our Part

Let’s Talk About Mental Health – We Can All Play Our Part

“Mental Health, although being talked about more and more nowadays, is still extremely misunderstood and stigmatised, especially in Pakistan, where people think ignoring or hiding the issue will make it go away. However, the opposite tends to be true—the more open we are about it, the more we speak up about the issues, the more we acknowledge the mental health crisis around us, the easier it will be for people to seek help, to support one another and to pay attention to their own emotions and mental health.”

On the occasion of World Mental Health Day on 10 October 2020, Sanam Saeed wrote in detail about the social stigma associated with mental health and the counter-measures we could take as a society. Renowned Pakistani actress and philanthropist, Sanam Saeed is also a big advocate of promoting mental health care. To read her full article, click here.

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