Read stories about courageous individuals and how they've overcome the different challenges in their lives with the support of ThriveSg
ThriveSg serves young people (17-25) from all walks of life and of different faiths. We believe that everyone has the capacity to thrive significantly when empowered and supported through growing in self-discovery, emotional wellness and resilience, and mental health.
ThriveSg champions a help-seeking culture through advocating a growth perspective towards counselling, to overcome the stigma of mental illnesses and emotional challenges.
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We are grateful to those who have courageously agreed to be part of our "#thisismystory" movement to help fight the mental health stigma by sharing their journeys on video! Check out these short videos /reels of some of our thrivers and be inspired by their stories of resilience! May their stories encourage you that healing & growing in resilience is possible. We can reach out for the support we need, so that we may be empowered to thrive significantly in life!
(In collaboration with Stamp Artist & Illustrator, Rachel Ma of @droolstamps) Rachel Ma is known by her alias Drool Stamps, is a Singaporean stamp artist and illustrator. What began as a childhood interest in carving images out of erasers eventually evolved into an artistic haven and online business where she designs and carves her own rubber stamps. She draws inspiration from her faith and beauty of everyday things. Rachel’s creations reimagine a better world and introduce a sense of playfulness into the humdrum of daily life.
No man is an island. We are all created and wired for social connections as human beings. This is why relationships affect our mental health and emotional well-being so much. Yet perhaps many of us don’t seem to do very well in the area of relationships. Hurt people hurt people. If we have not healed from past hurts in relationships, it may sometimes affect our ability to trust people and build meaningful relationships. Another factor that may affect our ability to build good relationships is our attachment styles and that is being developed in our childhood. This is one topic I'm passionate about so I really hope you will enjoy this series, and I hope our content will help you understand your attachment styles better, so you can grow in how you relate with others and enjoy your relationships even more! -Pamela Koh (Founder & Clinical Director of ThriveSg)
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