A short conversation about mental health.
02 July 2019
The biggest and the most formidable asset for any country is neither its geography nor its history. No, it isn’t GDP as well. The history, geography, economics, politics, and everything else that matters remains at best a sub-set of people who reside in a country. It is people who build and maintain this corpus of power. Quite obviously, their mental health is what can undo every good work that everyone from politicians to bureaucrats and from professionals to its skilled workforce painstakingly construct. The unskilled and those who stay at home and do what must be done are equally vital when any discussion on mental health is approached. In short, the attack of mental oscillations includes everyone with no barriers to age, gender, beliefs and economic status.