“Living in dark and blinding confusion, my mind split into two and I was afraid of myself.”
I was 19 years old when I experienced my first struggle with my mental health.
I visited the exhibition after a mini meltdown, and it brought stillness and held space.
Peers’ perspectives of the COVID19 pandemic and stay-home restrictions.
My understanding of what it means to be resilient has changed over time.
Youths are formally defined as individuals aged 19 to 35 years and informally defined as those with lots of energy, but no money.
We may not realise it but all of us have been resilient at some point in our lives.
Demanding boss? Annoying colleagues? Unreasonable deadlines and excessive workload? Check, check and check.
In a fast-paced society like Singapore, working hard to provide for one’s family seems to be the acceptable, even celebrated, norm.
These are simple little things that anyone and everyone can do to share more love and care and concern for our youths who are suffering from mental anguish.
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