Dua Lipa urges support for those struggling with their mental health

Dua Lipa urges support for those struggling with their mental health

Dua Lipa has vowed support for people who have problems with their mental health during a coronavirus epidemic.

The five-star, who made comments during the acceptance speech for the Music Awards at the 2020 Attitude Awards last night (November 30), was pressed on the importance of reaching out to those in need.

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In particular, Dua highlighted the impact of the epidemic on the LGBTQ + community, adding that some charities and organizations were “increasing suicides”.

She said in an emotional speech: “The few weeks before Kovid actually got caught were very confusing and it was such a difficult decision to give music during the epidemic, but I decided I was hoping for this record. [‘Future Nostalgia‘] Will make people happy and provide a little light in the dark. “

“2020 has been a year of destruction and loss and learning,” she continued. “A lot of my LBGTQ friends talked about how sensitive this time was for them and how they relied on their friends’ support for what I didn’t think they had. Support at home.

“A lot of Kovids have separated them from Taco … can’t bear to think about the effects of mental health. For the many losses of traveling with their friends and their other families and losing their safe space, it would have been catastrophic, but we have to explore the Kovid crisis. We are learning. “

He added: “Many organizations have reported that the number of people contacting LGBTQs has doubled since the outbreak began.

“Sadly some suicides are on the rise so I urge all of us, if you think someone is sensitive, someone can hug you, even if it’s virtual, but please don’t wait to reach them. . You

In other news, the singer’s recent ‘Studio 2054’ virtual performance has broken broken online livestream records with over five million views.

Gline Gig received five million not-yet-final views, including more than 1.9 million unique log-ins from China, 95,000 from India and 263,264 tickets sold on regular ticketing platforms.

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