My Mental Health & Me

A virtual reality documentary series

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Zamokuhle founder of Dark cloud above me and uses these same words to describe what depression feels like. He encourages conversation to enlighten about the difficulty of depression.


Hlengiwe shares how childhood trauma affected her mental health. She empowers and supports women who experience abuse through her platform WomenBeing.

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Babalwa started Mbokodo Mantras (Mental Talk 101) to find strength in her loss. She shares how this impacted her mental health and how she found healing through words.

"Mental health is more than the categorised illnesses and disorders we know..."

Imagine a friend opening up about a point in their life that was difficult. How they were not able to carry on being themselves. Life as they knew it then was too hard to imagine living. They take you through a journey, the ups and downs.

The story evolves and they also share how they over came. How they healed from the pain and found ways to get through. How they found strength and they wish to let someone who is going through this now know that they are not alone. There is light at the end of the tunnel and to find strength in the pain and healing is part of the journey of self discovery. 

Join the conversation and discover the true face of mental health difficulty, it might be more familiar than you realise.


My Mental Health & Me 

Shining the light on the darkness of mental health difficulty.

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