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Unearthing Fortunes for Mental Well-being Segment in the Disbalanced Society

No dearth of distress and agony resides in the world. Each and every person everyday fight against heavy odds in order to acquire that one tinch of happiness. The level of these not-so-desired emotions escalated after the enforced hiatus of a long period which occurred due to the Wuhan virus. But, the tables can be turned if the world works for it altogether. Mental health is not only a concern for a single country, it is what every human-being experiences once in a lifetime, which is why the world is in dire need of introducing programmes and taking initiatives that can be executed on the ground. This is high time that we all accumulate and take the grit to come up with fruitful thoughts.

My desire is to make the twain meet and give birth to something vigorous. I constantly keep on working in order to garner fortunes even in the perilous phase. Distress attacks the most vulnerable parts of our body and straight away pushes us into the deep ditch from where it is impossible to pull back ourselves. Authorities conveniently avoid addressing the elephant in the room, mental health care is always treated casually by them. Further, it is not only the responsibility of the government or higher authorities to spread awareness regarding unequal access to mental health care. We also need to play our part of the role and educate each other about it not only within the domestic boundaries but even across the international ones.

Robust actions need to be taken especially for the marginalised ground of our society who doesn’t belong to a strong economic background. An infinite number of suicides take place globally in underdeveloped and developing countries every year. We often witness situations wherein our society associates mental health issues with shame, guilt, and negativity. It needs to be torn away from its root. We need to pay as much attention to mental health as we pay to physical fitness.

Hours and hours we spend working out in order to achieve that ideal look but if we fail to acquire that, it directly pounces on our mind and the cycle of overthinking, taking stress, feeling of failure starts to hit us constantly. Whenever we score less, we tend to break, our relationship gets over, we tend to break, mishappening in our family happens, we tend to break, every situation directly hits our brain and we again fall into the claws of distress and slowly-slowly into depression. We are vulnerable and our mental health needs constant attention. Thus for living a prosperous life a strong model of mental health care is required in our world.

We need to keep every issue aside and give people a beacon of hope by initiating a stronger action plan. Mental well-being is what I’ve always worked for and will continue to throw light on the subject till my last breath. Together let us take an emotional plunge to work in the mental wellbeing segment.

Writtn by Prof. Nabhit Kapur.

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Prof. Nabhit Kapur
Prof. Nabhit Kapur is a well-known psychologist who is well-versed in understanding mental health as well as studying and grasping behaviours of how people communicate with each another. He is also an author, TEDx speaker, and internationally recognized ambassador for mental health and peace. He graduated from Amity University and completed his postgraduation from IBMS, Chittoor.

Nabhit Kapur is an opinion columnist for the CEOWORLD magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, LinkedIn, and his website.