People Magazine South Africa

FORTNIGHTLY THOUGHT YUMMY ISSUE

people   And while not quite so lighthearted as the others, we also have a fascinating article covering the latest movie sensation, , and how it’s sparked all sorts of conversation about mental says, “The worst part of having mental illness is people expect you to behave as if you don’t,” and I think this film is certainly going to at least bring our attention to that which society prefers to act as if it doesn’t exist. If you happen to be someone who suffers, you have to remember you are not alone! Turn to pages 10 to 12 to read about and its relevance in South Africa, and keep in mind that no one is immune to mental illness. If you feel you can’t talk to your loved ones, then phone SADAG Mental Health Line: (011) 234-4837.

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