Peace Over Panic x Talking Mental Health: Part 1


Mental health issues don't discriminate. They affect people from all parts of society regardless of ethnicity, religious beliefs or gender.

Nav Sohanpaul of Peace Over Panic and I have come together to create a two-part series that examines the impact of societal values and pressures on the physical, emotional and mental health of men and women.

This first part is authored by Nav and delves into her own experiences with anxiety and the effect it's had on her life up to this point.

The piece has been published on both our respective sites – at Peace Over Panic and at Talking Mental Health.

We would love for you to read it and share your thoughts!

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Posted 2 years ago

Thanks for this guys will check this out!!


Posted 2 years ago

Took a read. Great article but got to ask, What where the triggers. I feel anxiety is a conflict of the mind right? So how do we i guess,react to a trigger and deal with it? Being present?


Posted 2 years ago

Thankyou Marco and peace over panic for this. The level of bravery to discuss this topic is such a big thing these days and authenticity is the key to really looking at these issues and dealing with them. Acceptance is the first stage. then resolution to follow.


Posted 2 years ago

Thanks nav for the feedback and answering it all, so honest and brave. honestly amazing