Have you ever wished you could unlive the past? Have you ever felt like life has always entrapped you and enswathed you within non-porous stuff? Well, probably you haven’t! Dealing with ‘the why me questions’ ain’t easy, that is what someone having mental issues has to go through everyday.
It is more disastrous than any disease that one can think of. It is not easy to deal and handle the stuation.It is much easier for someone to get frequent suicidal thoughts; if not controlled in time one might end up taking his or her own life. I am not a pure altruist by will but by default; life has taught me how it feels like to be broken and lack a shoulder to lie on.
If you have successfully fought the battles and came out strong, fam! You are my hero. Life has taught me million and millions of lessons, it has pushed e ho the wall and nailed me on my back for a thousand times but i have always found a reason to hold on for a little more time and to open up about all that is going on around my life to those people I trust.
Mental health issues are becoming more common than any other health issues in Kenya and the world at large There has been a continuous rise in the cases of people battling depression anxiety and panic attacks.it is alleged that depression is killing more people in the world than corona.
Having travelled through the rocky journey of depression ,anxiety and panic attacks, I know how it feels to be in the same stuation.You will be drained emotionally and your self esteem will go beyond zero point. Is mental health issues the next global pandemic? that is the question everyone who has been affected either directly or indirectly is always unable to get an answer.
I can comfortably elude that the next pandemic is here with us,lets speak up help each other where possible.Lets always remember to check on our friend when wecan, they mind be in the jaws of the giant.