One response to “8 Things You Didn’t Know About Siddharth Bedi”
This story is a strong and tragic representative of what goes on within us emotionally and psychologically i feel as a mental health practitioner and an ardent fan of Indisn cinema as a kid/ teenager. Honestly speaking I found Mr Kabir Bedi to be an extremely egoistic too macho a film star (with due respect only sharing my honest opinion as a human being! 🙂
Unfortunately the suicides just don’t happen one fine day and are next to impossible to ‘prevent’ as this is a psychopathological tendency or a later developed tendency depending on how each deals with mental health issues which EACH one of us have and MOST deny esp our elders with due respect. These need to be addressed not only through allopathy but crucially crafted psychotherapy and psychiatry where essential A long cumbersome tale is the hidden and subtly evident precedent to this tragic happening which has become sadly much more common as of today …
Will be Insha Allah reading the book hope it’ll awake in people the unconscious generational traumas which most of us go through and which ought to be curbed so as to ensure a mentally and spiritually healthy life which doesn’t come through loads of money looks nor fame!
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