Actress Kubbra Sait shares poignant note on mental health: ‘It’s ok to not be ok’

Actress Kubra Sait, who is famous for her character Coco From the popular Netflix show Sacred Games, she shares many parts of her life on social media, including fun fashion posts and nail art. I recently wrote a touching note about the importance of mental health and transparency.

The representative urged people who are struggling to visit a therapist for help with their problems. In the post, she shared a photo of her therapist’s lounge. A pale blue sofa, surrounded by green pillows, was the focus of the room. “This is what my therapist’s lounge looks like. Sharing this picture, so that it reminds you (again), it’s OK not to be unwell. When shit hits you hard, or you find it ambitious to keep the sails up. Things are too slow or too fast. People are close Too or too far. Smiles are not easy. I urge you to see your therapist. (sic)”

Mental health and the conversations surrounding it are now more transparent in nature. Kubbra’s post confirms that even celebrities can handle trauma and you’re not alone.

She mentioned an important aspect of finding the “right” therapist for yourself, saying, “It takes a lot of hits and misses to find the right person, but it’s not an impossible task. We all need someone to talk to, someone who will listen in turn without judgment or interruption.”

In the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it is easy to ignore how we feel. Always surrounded by stress, it is important to realize that comfort is important and we must continue to “refuel” our tanks to keep going. “We can just refuel and refuel our tanks to keep our souls safe and free. Try it!” The actor suggested.

Netizens reacted positively to her post and left a bunch of appreciation letters. One user said, “Mental illness is the most neglected and stigmatized part of our lives. We wear a lot of faces..Thank you for inviting it!”

Another user wrote, “Being a therapist, I appreciate you and have a sense of pride. Thanks for spreading awareness about mental health”

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