Kate Middleton Talks About Mental Health In A Recent Video

By partha das | Sep 21, 2017 11:04 AM EDT
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Kate Middleton has recently appeared in a video and shared her views about mental health. She has clearly suggested the necessity to take care of the emotional well-being of a person.

In a recent video for the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, the Duchess of Cambridge stated her thought about mental health. No doubt, the video aimed at parents and children. In recent times, Kate Middleton, Prince William, and Prince Harry have already been outspoken about this fact.

Now, in the said video Kate Middleton has defined the term "mental health" in a very simple way. According to her, mental health can't be seen, though it affects everyone, and most importantly it is difficult to talk about them. It is associated with how people think and feel.

The animation in the video simply provides the meaning of the term "mental health". According to Mashable, it also features advice and tips from children and the adults on talking about emotions, thoughts, and feelings. The video that shows the view of Kate Middleton must help the children to understand and talk about their mental health in a better way.

According to Refinery 29, the Heads Together campaign was launched by the Royal Family in 2016 to end the stigma around the mental health. The aim of this campaign is to change the national conversation on the mental wellbeing. The campaign could provide help for the people with mental health challenges. Now after launching this campaign, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Prince William are vocal about the necessity for better mental health care.

No doubt the video must be very helpful for people to talk about their mental health. People can understand what and to whom they should talk when their feelings are very big to handle on their own. They can even understand how to help their friends when they would face difficulties. According to Kate Middleton, sometimes only a simple conversation is enough to make the things better.

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