Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone has recalled the fight against depression. The actor, who is married to Ranveer Singh, has not only talked about mental health but also inspired her story to deal with depression. Recently, he spoke about the decision to open the fight against depression in the public domain. In a clubhouse session, Deepika revealed how she broke up and her mother Ujjala Padukone realized that the way she cried was “different” and “it wasn’t a regular boyfriend problem or work stress”.
During the session, the actor said: “It basically started in February 2014. I felt empty, without direction and I felt that life had no meaning or purpose. I couldn’t feel anything physically or emotionally. I just felt that emptiness… For days, weeks and months I felt like one day until my family was here and they were coming home and they were packing, I was sitting in their room and I suddenly broke down. ”
“That’s when my mother realized for the first time that it was something different. My crying was different. It wasn’t the usual boyfriend problem or work stress. She always asked me if it was one or the other. I couldn’t determine one. Exact reason. Her experience and presence of mind encouraged me. looking for help, ”the actor said.
He went on to say: “I keep saying that there are no days that go by without thinking about my mental health. To make sure I’m not in that space, it’s very important to focus on the quality of my sleep. Nutrition, hydration, exercise, how I process stress and my thoughts and attention. These are the things I have to do every day, not because they are elegant words or it’s nice to do that, but I can’t survive. I don’t do all these things. “
Deepika recently launched the ‘Frontline Assist’ initiative to provide mental health care to Frontline staff in the country amid the COVID-19 Pandemic. Since people are having a negative impact on COVID-19’s mental health, the actor has decided with Sangath that a non-profit organization is committed to improving health and evidence-based mental intervention.
Meanwhile, in the professional field, Deepika, announced in April by the Mumbai Academy of Mobile Imaging (MAMI), has an impressive line of projects underway, including ‘83’, ‘Baiju Bawra’, ‘Fighter’, ‘Sanki’, ‘Pathan’ and Nancy Meyers ’2015 Indian adaptation of the hit film“ The Intern ”will feature Megastar Amitabh Bachchan.
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