Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

Covid-19 Tested My Mental Health

Nothing is more daring than overcoming the fear of death.

Photo by Jonathan Borba on Unsplash

Yesterday was my first day of duty at Expo Center Lahore. It’s just a duty to people, but for me, it was the hardest day of my career. Fear and anxiety had permeated my body.

A day that began with the sad face of the mother and seeing the moisture in her eyes. She kept telling me not to…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Shahid Chap

Shahid Chap

Write about Self-improvement, Personal growth and Entrepreneurship. Owner of Better Advice

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