Pakistani actress Humaima Malick opened up about mental health and urged people to take it seriously as ‘our mind gets hurt also like our hearts’.
The Ishq Junoon Deewangi actress turned to Twitter and talked about mental health as the issue has escalated following the suicide of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput.
Netizens and celebrities have joined the debate to raise awareness about mental health.
Humaima Malick tweeted, “Mental health! Take it seriously please help people who need it if you see anyone around you who isn’t feeling their best please help them instead of asking them questions,”.
Mental health ! Take it seriously please help people who need it if you see anyone around you who isn’t feeling their best please help them instead of asking them questions …. our mind get hurt also like our hearts
— HUMAIMA MALICK (@HumaimaMalick) June 24, 2020
She added concluding, “Our mind gets hurt also like our hearts”.
Earlier, Pakistani star Zara Noor Abbas, while talking about mental health, disclosed that she was diagnosed with clinical depression during the lockdown and doctors recommended her medicines and therapy.
Zara urged fans and fellow showbiz stars to break the taboo and talk about mental health.
In another Instagram story, the actress said, “Remember, accepting mental health problem is the first step towards healing.”