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    Ep 1: The Suicide Epidemic (Thailand)

    Thailand has the highest suicide rate in Southeast Asia and COVID-19 is making it worse. Does the alarming statistic hide an underlying ...
  2. UNDATED -- BC-WELL-PANDEMIC-DEPRESSION-ART-NYTSF -- Connecting with others on social media has help

    Reaching out helped ease depression and anxiety brought about by pandemic

    Connecting with others on social media has helped ease the fear and loneliness of pandemic living.
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    Ep 4: The Mind’s Chaos

    Jess has reconciled with the difficult childhood years that triggered co-morbid mental health issues. As her outlook in life transforms, she is ...
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    Ep 3: The Long Winding Road

    Karen is the primary caregiver to her son with Depression and Asperger Syndrome. Through this isolating journey, she learns to rebuild her life ...
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    Ep 1: A Face In The Crowd

    Battling Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD), Le Yong strives for a life in which he can discern who he really is, beyond the distorted image and ...
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    Ep 2: Moving To My Own Beat

    Coping with Borderline Personality Disorder, Dheesha has to quietly overcome uncertainties about herself, anxieties of the situation and guilt ...
  7. Hong Kong hit by ‘mental health epidemic’ amid social strife | Video
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    Hong Kong hit by ‘mental health epidemic’ amid social strife | Video

    The number of people suffering from depression and having suicidal thoughts has hit a 10-year high due to the current anti-extradition bill protests.
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    Ep 4: The COVID-19 Impact

    Warnings that COVID-19 could cause the worst depression ever. How will this impact the way we live, work and invest? And what might the new normal ...
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    Ep 2: Rewiring Depression

    In this episode, tech geek Preston Lim, takes on a condition that's not seen but felt. But can technology make 28 year-old Charles less depressed?