Anne Curtis on World Mental Health Day: “It’s okay to not be okay”

Anne Curtis on World Mental Health Day: “It’s okay to not be okay”

- Anne Curtis has taken to social media to pen a meaningful post about mental health

- On Sunday, World Mental Health Day, the actress reminded netizens that “it’s okay to not be okay”

- She likewise advised those who face their own battles to not be ashamed to ask for help

- Anne wrote this encouraging message alongside a photo of her doing an emotional pose

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Anne Curtis recently penned an encouraging post on Sunday, World Mental Health Day.

Anne Curtis on World Mental Health Day: “It’s okay to not be okay”
Anne Curtis and baby Dahlia (@annecurtissmith)
Source: Instagram

In an Instagram post, the actress posted a photo of her in white while her face appeared to be gloomy.

In the caption, the prominent celebrity reminded her followers that “it’s okay to not be okay.”

“Today is #WorldMentalHealthDay.. yes, it’s a great way to raise awareness but it shouldn’t just stop on this day. Every day, someone is having their own battle.. it could even be our own selves that refuse to acknowledge it. So it’s always good, to take a moment and pause to check on ourselves and know that it’s okay to not be okay.”

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She furthermore wrote, “Please, do not be ashamed to ask for help. I know that is easier said than done… but seeking support from those you trust and love will truly help you.. you don’t have to go through this alone.”

The Department of Health has a national crisis hotline to assist people with mental health concerns. The hotline can be reached at 0917-899-USAP (8727) and 0917-989-8727.

Anne Curtis is a Filipino-Australian model, actress, TV host, and recording artist. She started her career as a child star. One of the films which made her popular was the fantasy movie, “Magic Kingdom”, in which her character was Dahlia, the inspiration for her daughter’s name.

Anne Curtis’ recent video where she was using a product from a cosmetic brand she is endorsing made the rounds online. In the said video, the lovely celebrity mom could be seen fixing her eyebrow. Netizens then noticed baby Dahlia Amélie Heussaff's voice singing in the background. The video’s viewers could not help but gush over baby Dahlia’s adorable singing voice.

Anne has recently shared on social media anew a heartwarming video of baby Dahlia. The video shows the one-year-old baby hiding inside a teepee or a cone-shaped tent. Baby Dahlia then opened the tent and showed herself after her mom exclaimed “peek-a-boo”. The celebrity mom and her lovely baby girl’s adorable playtime likewise garnered endearing comments from netizens.


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