In a personal talk, Sangu Delle feels remorse for the deep prejudice of his own race: “Men shouldn’t take care of their own mental health. He says that handling emotion and anxiety in his society is tough and thus he quotes “Being honest about how we feel doesn’t make us weak – it makes us human.”
When he started talking about the stigma that he feels in the society, I actually felt the same for various grounds. I was easily able to relate to the fact that mental health is something that some societies tend to look down upon, and breaking down frequently seems to be something wrong in the eyes of others. But when he said that it is humane to take care of our mental health, I really felt glad that he was able to empathize with his inner self and his emotions. I for one, lack in this department; because I tend to lack the idea of getting in touch with my emotions very frequently. Although I try to make an effort in expressing it, I still need to learn how to take care of my mental health and gaining stability in my emotions is certainly one of them.