5 Strategies For Calming Anxiety & How To End The Stigma Around Mental Health
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Sid Malhotra learned from a young age not to share his feelings. Growing up in New Delhi, he watched as people in his family and community bottled up their emotions and figured he should do the same. 

In this episode of On Purpose, well-known Indian Actor Sid Malhotra and Jay Shetty talk about how to end the stigma around mental health that is so apparent in many cultures, specifically the South Asian culture Sid grew up in. They break down five strategies for learning to talk about your mental health challenges openly and in turn manage the anxiety that comes with them.

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