and random mental health gossip.

No One Deserves to Be Bullied

  • Geetha Subramaniam

Many celebrities have been victims of bullying in their childhood. Hollywood actress Jessica Alba has revealed that she has been a victim of bullying at her High School. Jessica alba was physically bullied. She was bullied so severely, that her father had to walk with her into school so she wouldn’t get assaulted. She even had to eat in the nurse’s office to keep her safe and away from the other girls.  She was bullied because she had buck teeth, her parents were poor and she never had the trending cool clothes or coloured hair.

Bullying, Bully Victim

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Mental Illness & SUICIDE

  • Geetha Subramaniam

Tim Bergling, better known as by his stage name “Avicii”, was a Swedish musician, Dj, remix artist and record producer. He was one of the most popular musicians of his time. He showcased his music skills online to receive exposure. Avicii started making music at age of 16 and began posting his singles on various online music forums. Soon, he caught the attention of a music label. In 2011,he achieved nationwide fame with his single ‘Levels’. Two years later, he released his debut album ‘True’. His music touched a new level of experimentation, as he mixed electronic music with several genres of popular music and let the album to become a major commercial and critical success. The album made its way among the top 10 hits in more than 15 countries around the world, such as Sweden, US and Australia.

Tim Bergling, Avicii

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This is the world's biggest mental health problem - and you might not have heard of it

  • World Economic Forum

The early years of the 21st century have witnessed a worldwide epidemic of poor mental health and related illnesses. But while depression is the condition most will associate with mental health issues, and the leading cause of disability worldwide, it is not the number one mental health concern people face.

#Mental Health, #World Economic Forum

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Mental Health Matters

  • Davos 2019 World Economic Forum

World Economic Forum Annual Meeting
Mental Health Matters

We're in a new economic era: Globalization 4.0. This is the theme of Davos 2019, which will bring together leaders from every sector and every part of the world to discuss how to cooperate on the challenges ahead.

#Mental Health

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