We don’t question an athlete or professional sportsperson taking time when they need to recovery from a broken wrist or a pulled hamstring, because those injuries are easy to spot, and they come with this understanding that they need immediate attention and cannot be overlooked. But what happens when a sportsperson shares their struggles with their Mental Health and needs to step away for that? The biggest challenge that comes up unfortunately is that just because Mental Heal
We clapped for them. We sang for them. We put out rainbows and appreciation messages for them. The past year has been nothing short of challenging for our valiant doctors, nurses and frontline workers because not only have they been battling the Covid-19 virus but have also been braving its toll on their Mental Health and wellbeing through this time. There are no masks for Mental Health protection and the pandemic has definitely taken a toll on our Covid-19 warriors as well.
If you’ve paid attention to your social media feeds through May, you’d have noticed the plethora of content around Mental Health Awareness. It’s no coincidence, because May happened to be Mental Health Month. Every year, when the month comes around online platforms are abuzz with conversations about Mental Health with hashtags trending, influencers putting out messages, survey releases, brands using it in their promotion and a lot of events all over the world. Unfortunately,