The sad reality is we don’t even know this is a thing. You know how when you have a cold and quickly either run to the chemist and grab celestamine, or if you’re me make a concoction of ginger, garlic and lemon in hot water.
For mental health, when a person is kinda low or slightly stressed “chill bro it’ll be alright”, hardly do we stop and ask ourselves what’s the root cause of the feeling we are having.
Mental health is defined as the level of psychological well-being or an absence of mental illness. It is the state of someone who is “functioning at a satisfactory level of emotional and behavioural adjustment”.
The high rate of suicide is attributed to mental illness when someone carries an axe all the way to Eldoret, then there are a lot of questions than answers, Kenya has been ranked sixth in Africa with the most depressed people.
Such cases have led to the need for dialogue and conversation aimed at enlightening the general public on matters Mental health.
Mind My Mind (#M3Movement) is a Nijali Foundation project that is designed and founded to create awareness on Mental Health. It is a community of people who are directly and/or indirectly affected by mental disorders and is on a mission to create a home and ensure no one feels alone.
On October 12, 2019, at 11 AM – 2 PM, the Mind My Mind Campaign for Mental Health Awareness takes us to Pioneer International University. The event would bring experts in the field to share knowledge on Mental health. Various stories and experiences would offer a unique opportunity to learn through another person’s eyes.
Time to be mindful about your mind, the mind is the engine that drives the body, don’t think twice follow this link to reserve a seat.