17
October
2019
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15:10
Europe/Amsterdam

Facing disrupted futures, Singapore’s youth must put their mental health first

Ng Chia Wee, a Year 2 student at NUS Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences and Tembusu College opined that rather than neglect our mental health to arrive first in a race that never ends, it would be wiser to put our mental health first so that we could keep running this marathon. He gave three suggestions on how we could all chart a more mentally sustainable path and prioritise our mental wellbeing in an age of disruption.