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Taking a break from work and all the family or personal chores you have to get done is necessary.
Loneliness and isolation might be among the less visible struggles of this pandemic, but it’s crucial that we all do what we can to lift each other’s spirits in these trying times.
Being kind is not just for the benefit of others – being kind is also great for our own physical and mental health.
Learning to love all the parts that we’ve been told since we were children aren’t ‘good enough’ is the key to stopping negative self-judgement.
Understanding and regulating your feelings could help reduce stress and even help with suicidal ideation.
'God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.'
Just as we would support someone who is physically ill, we should lend a non-judgemental ear when people struggle with depression, anxiety, trauma and other mental health issues.
It is to learn to live in the present, not in fear of the future or mired in the past.
Suicide rates have been on the rise among young people in Malaysia. A group of university students have come together to offer support to their peers.
The increase in need for mental health services during the past few months adds to the current lack of resources in Malaysia.