6 Signs You’re Struggling With Your Mental Health, Not Lazy

How is your ? Within the hustle culture and within society at large, the word “lazy” has negative connotations. We imagine a person who’s messy, unkempt and unambitious and is given the stamp of a loser. However, laziness can be a consequence of something more complex and significant. In certain circumstances, it can be an indicator of poor and possibly, . Are you struggling with your mental health but people mistaken that as laziness? This video is for you.

We also made a video on the signs you’re , not lazy:

Writer: Max Gustavo
Script Editor: Denise Ding
Script Manager: Kelly Soong
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Animator: Chantal Van Rensbur
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