Kate Middleton Helps Young People Deal With Mental Health Issues

By Sumeet Kaur | 2 years ago
Kate Middleton Helps Young People Deal With Mental Health Issues
Kate Middleton

People lately got to witness Kate Middleton’s less formal side. She is surely endeavoring to learn more about the various challenges that young people are facing today. Kate Middleton spreads good vibes and a lot of cheer, no doubt and this time she is all about action too. She is these days involved with Chance UK diligently.

Chance UK’s chief executive, McGrath told People Magazine, “This isn’t someone smiling and nodding.” McGrath continued and said, “She is asking intelligent questions and knows what happens when children go off the rails and go off the rails early.”

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Middleton has just started visiting Chance UK and she is raising issues related to some of the most difficult challenges faced by society. She is focusing on mental health difficulties and a bevy of other social issues encountered by young people.

According to McGrath, most of the youngsters Middleton was arranged to have a meeting with were the kids who were called “bad kids”, the ones who get into some or the other trouble in school and then they get all the bad attention from others.

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Action for Children boss, Sir Tony Hawkhead also expressed to People Magazine, “She’s interested in mental well-being and giving children confidence and self-belief.” Sir Tony Hawkhead said that Middleton shows a lot of interest in how families facing the tough challenges can be provided needed assistance.

Last week, Kate Middleton made herself available at Dungee for the roundtable dialogue with the volunteers. Over there, she discussed about mental health issues suffered by the volunteers. She observed that many people receive help when they reach a critical stage and finally landed in hospital. She wanted to know if sufficient help provided during stages when the patients have not yet reached a critical level.

Middleton developed her interest in helping young people suffering from poor mental health after being convinced by her patronages Place2Be and Action on Addiction that various mental problems and other health issues are associated with each other.

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Sumeet is a blogger and life enthusiast. She has a penchant for thick books; anything from stories of spiritual journeys to silly romances or entertaining mysteries would do. She also loves watching spooky movies or the ones that can make her giggle.