Have you sat down to watch The Me You Can’t See yet? If you haven’t, you definitely need to be watching it.
Mental Health conversations need to be had and this series will definitely spark conversations that need to be had. Prince Harry and Oprah spoke to Robin Roberts about the series and their key moment in the series.
“Zak‘s story a classic example, and the sort of parallel thread between what happened with him at his age and what happened to me at my age, it’s remarkably similar,” he said. “But there was one thing that he said in a follow-up conversation, which was his service to others has helped heal him, and I think that was a really key moment for Oprah, myself, and Zak… to go, ‘Wow, this, it’s true.’” Harry said.
“Stigma thrives on silence,” he added. “So as long as it thrives on silence, the best that we can all do collectively is continue to talk and share stories that are so relatable to so many people around the world.”
Full interview: https://t.co/9aRfh2rsYs— Good Morning America (@GMA) May 21, 2021
Stigma does thrive on silence and after the past year, it’s definitely more important than ever that we break the stigma. Talk to your friends and family. Ask them how they are. Make sure you are checking in on them. Help others and help yourself.
And make sure you are checking in on yourself.