Nadine, Liza, Yassi nagtayo ng sariling kumpanya: It’s a platform for mental health
Liza Soberano, Nadine Lustre at Yassi Pressman
NAGSANIB-PWERSA sina Nadine Lustre, Liza Soberano at Yassi Pressman para mas palakasin pa ang kanilang kampanya sa mental health awareness sa Pilipinas.
Nagsama-sama ang tatlong female celebrities sa pagtatayo ng kumpanyang Mind You, na ang pangunahing objective ay ang makapag-provide ng mas “easy and affordable access to mental health experts.”
“A lot of other business that I’m working on, there’s one that I’ve partnered up with…this is like a couple of my friends who are in shareholders as well,” ani Nadine sa isang digital interview kasama si Christine Jacob.
“So, I’m working on this company called Mind You. It’s with Yassi Pressman and Liza Soberano. So pretty much, it’s a platform for mental health.
“The easiest way to describe it is that it is a platform that will make therapists or psychologists or psychiatrists easier to access and making it much cheaper,” ang pahayag ni Nadine sa isang TV interview.
Paliwanag pa ng award-winning actress, nais nilang makatulong at maka-inspire sa lahat ng mga Filipino na patuloy na nakikipaglaban para sa kanilang mental health problems sa pamamagitan ng Mind You.
“Because now in the Philippines, mental health is such a huge problem. Just because it’s not widely talked about, but there is still a stigma when it comes to mental health and just, you know, talking about it.
“So we’re doing our best to try and normalize it and pretty much tell everyone like, ‘Hey, this is a normal thing, you know. You can do this. You can call and talk to someone and help you with what it is that you’re going through and all of that stuff.’
“We are still working on it but I’m really, really excited about Mind You,” dagdag na pahayag ng dalaga na aminado ring nakararanas ng anxiety at depresyon.
Samantala, sa nasabing panayam nabanggit din ni Nadine na posibleng manirahan na rin siya sa Siargao matapos magbakasyon doon ng ilang linggo na naging hot topic pa nga sa social media.
“I’m really considering moving to Siargao just because I always wanted to be closer to nature and just being on the island really helps with my mental health. Everything is more simple there which is something that I really love,” kuwento ng aktres.
“I’m still working on the same stuff. A lot of projects coming in. Definitely working on music still but probably be more based on the island now,” dagdag pa niya.
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