Keep on Talking

Keep on talking …. by Diana Coombes

Writer Ravenclaw

Isolation, Communication, Conversations

2020, COVID, and the following months of isolation have caused more mental health issues to lack of communication. We talked on Zoom, but didn’t go to work. Our normal lives changed.

It isn’t to say that mental health didn’t exist before that time. It can be a taboo conversation. Many will not reveal they are suffering from depression because they are afraid of the repercussions. What will others think of them?

It is important we talk about anxiety, depression, and not be afraid to admit weakness. When we talk, communicate, then and only then can something be done about it.

I can see there is change, and the younger generation are more able to admit to being anxious. It is through talking, gaining strength from others that problems become easier to handle.

Depression, anxiety, is nothing to be ashamed of.

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