During any major crisis, such as Covid-19, it’s completely normal to feel anxious, isolated or overwhelmed. Changes in routine, uncertainty about the future, concerns for safety, work or family responsibilities – we are all in this together. Although self-isolation offers protection and security, it comes with a significant impact on everyone’s mental health.
Remember, you’re not alone. We all have mental health. We’re all going through this together. We will tackle this together. Together we can support mental health for all.
This moment calls for honest conversations. We’ll be more resilient if we can see others experiencing it in the same way. We’ll be more resilient if we can help neighbours, friends and the community. We’ll be more resilient if governments make the right decisions now to support us all.
Together we can prioritise our mental health. Together we can support each other. Together we can act. Together we can make it through the crisis and beyond.