- World Mental Health Day is observed on the 10th of October every year and social media users weighed in with encouraging messages
- The day gives mental health practitioners the chance to share their work and what more can be done for good mental health
- Social media was filled with positive messages giving people hope, under the hashtag #WorldMentalHealthDay
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Today is World Mental Health Day and social media users are taking part in sharing encouraging messages to everyone who has mental health issues. World Mental Health Day is on the 10th of October every year.
The day gives mental health practitioners the chance to talk about their work and what more can be done for everyone to receive adequate mental health care.
The hashtag #WorldMentalHealthDay has been trending on Twitter, with different users weighing on what the day means to them.
@imteddybless said: "On #WorldMentalHealthDay I want to send my love and empathy to people struggling to find ways to live in the world, care for themselves & be cared for by others. We all deserve rest, security, compassion and access to treatment & I’m sorry that things aren’t that way."
@Keirwales said: "For #WorldMentalHealthDay lets try to stop telling people who have lived through neglect, abandonment and abuse that their personalities are disordered."
@TheHarryNews tweeted: "It is important to take care of yourselves. Setbacks do not instantly equal failure. You can be proud of yourselves for every sunrise that you get to see. Also remember that you are not alone and there are people out there who care about you. #WorldMentalHealthDay."
@MikeyCobban tweeted: "Remember to always make time for yourself. Your emotions are as important as anybody else’s and you’re never alone. #WorldMentalHealthDay."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that SA youngsters were showing off funky dance moves as a funky vibe. A group of youngsters recently got everyone in a weekend mood after a clip of them having some fun dancing together surfaced online. In the clip, the young men and women can be seen jumping out of a taxi.
The video which was uploaded by Twitter user, @Katlego_Sii, the guys exit the vehicle one by one and join in on the weird but funky dance. Soon what started out as three guys dancing together, turns into a whole bunch of people breaking it down in a truly festive manner.
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