With the advent of the internet, many social issues that previously flew under the radar finally received a platform. One such social challenge, which was always a taboo term in the past, is Mental Health. While there is still a stigma surrounding the phenomena, things seem to be on a better track. Today, in many parts of the world, people from different walks of life openly talk about it. One of them is our very own Millie Bobby Brown.
On World Mental Health Day, the Stranger Things actor shared a beautiful message for her followers in order to spread awareness about the stigmatized issue. Let us find out what she had to say.
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Millie Bobby Brown shared a simple yet profound message on World Mental Health Day
As glamorous and attractive as showbiz looks to an outsider, it is also notorious for being extremely stressful and overly complicated. As a young actor and of this world since the age of 10, Brown is no stranger to the perils of the trade, especially mental health problems. The British actor has always been a mental health advocate and has also opened up about the importance of therapy and self-care.
Since 1992, people across the globe celebrate World Mental Health Day on October 10. The goal of this day is to educate, spread awareness, and destigmatize the issue. To commemorate such an important day, Brown’s beauty and wellness brand, Florence by Mills, uploaded a warm message on their Instagram stories. Against an adorable pastel backdrop, were the powerful words,
“Mental health matters. We want to remind you all today to pause & take a breath, check in with yourself and each other, and be kind to yourself and others.”
The Enola Holmes actor reposted the story from her personal account, highlighting a particular segment of the message. Adding a “love you all xoxo,” to the caption, Millie Bobby Brown reiterated, “Remember, stay positive and spread the love today and everyday!”
What did you think of Millie Bobby Brown’s message? Leave us your thoughts on Mental Health day in the comments below. With the release of Enola Holmes 2 drawing closer, check out part one streaming on Netflix.