Blithethoughts on "The Me You Can't See"

The Me You Can't See is an American documentary series on mental health streaming on Apple TV+, and hosted by Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex. 

The show features real people, famous or not with real struggles. Real problems and how they continuously fight their battle everyday.

The documentary will help you open your eyes that mental health is a serious issue. Mental health issues can make or break a person. We came from different paths and crossroads. We have different life experiences. We felt different kinds of emotions. We got mad, We got angry. We felt pain. We got frightened and anxious but no matter what you feel, those feelings  are valid. You are valid. Regardless of your social status, financial capacity, gender, ethnicity or religion. Everyone of us have our own struggles and unique situation. However, you are not alone. 

This is were family, friends and even mental health professionals have a crucial part. It is very important that we are able to open up and talk about our struggles and challenges. We have to talk it out. We don't need someone to tell us what to do. Sometimes we only need someone who is willing to listen with no judgment.

It's okay to cry.
It's okay not to be okay.
Just remember that your feelings are valid.
You are valid.
You not alone.
There is someone in there who can really see the real you.

This is not a sponsored post but I know that this documentary is very helpful.

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