Do you feel often sad and irritable? Have excessive anxieties? Are you unable to cope with everyday activities and problems?
If these apply to you, do you have a mental health issue or are you just stressed out at school and work?
We get it, it’s hard to draw that line for yourself, let alone coming to terms with the fact that you have a real mental problem before seeking help.
According to the Samaritans Of Singapore (SOS), 429 lives were lost due to suicide in 2016 and suicide is the leading cause of death for those aged 10 to 29 in Singapore. These numbers weren’t thrown out just to scare the masses, but to tell you that mental health problems are close