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  • Did you learn something new from this exhibition?
    “There are more people who are than I thought.” “The words Empathy & Hope can be put into action and can add substantial value to the soul of a human being.” “To be confident and spot the positive first before any negativity.” “Not to ignore your priorities and to speak out.” “Seeing others as equals.”
  • Did the exhibition challenge my beliefs about the treatment of mental health conditions?
    “Yes, connection, collaboration, love and hope can shift your mind from toxic to healthy.” “Yes, there should be more focus on mental health.” “Mental health matters.” “Circumstances faced will change one's judgment to mental health.” “Stigma is very strong.” “Our beliefs on mental health differ.”
Riverside Trail sign


The #EmpathyHopeProject sponsored a Riverside Trail sign at the Virginia Bush trails, Durban, in recognition of developing empathy towards those experiencing mental health issues and conditions and reminding us all that hope is a teachable skill and a protective factor against mental agony.


Physical movement, in any form, can have a positive effect on your mood and wellbeing, and our sign on this trail, is an endorsement of good mood tools we should all have in our mental health toolbox.


If you’re in Durban, go check out the sign!

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