A postnatal depression awareness collaboration with inspiring stories, charity support and using art as therapy.
It's okay to be not okay.
I was asked by Time to Change to record a message for the World Mental Health Day 2020 particularly focussing on the South Asian Community. Leave your thoughts in the comments below.
Trigger warning: talks about suicidal thoughts. This is my mental health story in Hindi. For anyone who is suffering from a mental health condition, I hope this helps you in finding hope and also explaining to your friends and family about what you are going through.
There are always two sides to a coin. There are always two ways to say the same thing.
In discussion with Eyes For Goal. Here we talk about how communities can come together to help each other to be more empathetic and understanding.
The best way to receive help is to ask for it. Our family and friends may have the best intentions but probably don't know how to help us. Hoping to provide a reference point to everyone to talk to family about suicidal thoughts.
Instagram: @soulful.journey90 Khushboo believes soulful journey is her way of healing her soul. She feels through soulful journey she can discover small things that give pleasure and satisfaction in everyday life while
How do you tell your family and friends about your mental health diagnosis? Some tips and tricks to help you.
Instagram @dorota.chioma.art Dorota Chioma is a self-taught artist based in London. After years of self-suppression, which was sabotaging her wellbeing, she has rediscovered her creativity through art therapy followed by an
Instagram: @ikhdoodle Ikshudaa started drawing as a form of therapy. It provides her a good escape from the drowning dark thoughts. When she draws her focus shifts, the mind stays focused on what
Mental Health in men is real. In this collaboration Steve and I talk about his story, mental health in men, stigma they face and how can different generations come together to fight this stigma.