UK singer, Ed Sheeran and the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, have united to promote World Mental Health Day. The Royal Sussex family shared a funny video clip on social media which also solidified the importance of mental health awareness.
Prince Harry and UK singer, Ed Sheeran have come together to promote World Mental Health Day, they also shared a hilarious video slip on social media.
The video, which was shared on the Sussex Royal Instagram page, poked fun at both, Harry and Ed being ginger or red heads.
But funniness aside, they had an important message to share. Take a look at the video below:
According to TshisaLIVE, both Harry and his wife, Meghan, had spoken about the importance of creating mental heart awareness during their recent tour of Mzansi.
The Duchess told the media that she felt there was a global “consciousness crisis”, while she was in Cape Town.
“No matter where you are in the world, if you’re in a township or a big city… everyone is dealing with a different version of the same thing,” explained Meghan.
“We’re all trying to power through and find some optimism.”
The royal couple stressed that people needed to be willing to open up about their mental health issues, and to know there are people who are willing to listen and help them.
Here's a list of mental health organisations in SA:
1. SA Federation for Mental Health - 011 781 1852 or visit, www.safmh.org.za
2. Mental Health Information Centre of Southern Africa, 021 938 9229 or visit, www.mentalhealthsa.org.za
3. Life Healthcare - mental health, 011 219 9000 or visit, www.lifehealthcare.co.za
Earlier today, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi actress, Nandi Mbatha, recently shared how she has struggled with anxiety for a long time.
The 22-year-old actress revealed that she realised the cause of her condition in 2009. For those who don’t know, emotional and mental health problems such as depression and anxiety are closely related, however they differ in the impact and influence on the individual.
According to ZAlebs, depression is regarded as an internal consistent state of feeling below par, whereas anxiety is mostly regarded as a regular state of fear, restlessness and worry.
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