Mental Health Awareness Month – October

Mental Health Awareness Month – October

This month is one of those where we are reminded about a very important subject.

Mental health is something most people wrestle with in silence.

For some of us, mental health issues were triggered by hostile work environments, workplace bullying and life experiences. For others it’s genetics. COVID-19 created a complicated scenario where many families lost loved ones and were not able to mourn nor bury according to custom. This may lead to PTSD in some people because of the resulting trauma.

Whatever the cause may be, you are not alone and there is help available. You can get assistance at places such as #SADAG, church helplines, employee wellness programs, via your human capital department. Reach out and ask for help.

Be kind to yourself and others. Everyone is fighting one battle or another. Namaste 🙏🏾 from #Mashobane

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