Cha Cha Eke has given a breakdown of indicators of mental illness in response to the murder of IVD’s wife, Bimbo, who was thought to be mentally ill.
The actress, who has been a vocal advocate for mental health issues since her breakdown, has offered her thoughts on her death.
Chacha said that if Bimbo had sought medical assistance, she would not have set her house on fire.
Cha Cha Eke explains the symptoms of mental illness in a video.
Chacha suggested that the deceased had a mental disorder, as her acts were the result of her mental instability.
The mother of four believes that if you have anger difficulties, are bitter and saddened to the point where you inflict harm on others, and are disconnected from reality, you are suffering from mental illness.
These were her words:
“If you have anger issues, I am talking temper, the one that wouldn’t go away until you take out your vexation on something or someone else, you have a mental illness.
If you feel bitter and saddened to the extent that you inflict injury on yourself, you have got a mental illness.
If you are out of touch with reality, you have paranoia, hallucinations, and delusions and the mood swings never end, that’s a mental illness.
If you recognize one, two, or more of the traits that I mentioned in yourself and for fear of being stigmatized. You refuse to align with the truth.
You will be doing yourself a great disservice. Mental illness can be inherited or acquired. Intense trauma, poverty, and living a hectic lifestyle can give one mental illness. If you fall under this category please seek medical attention”.
You can hear her words in the video above. So if you have these signs, don’t fail to get therapy as soon as possible.
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