Self-insolating is essential to prevent the rapid spread of COVID-19, but Angelina Jolie pointed out one more important thing, and that is to check in on each other regularly.
The famous actress had an online conversation with Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris for Time, where Jolie also works as a contributing editor.
The talk was mainly focused on mental health, especially in this current situation, and how hard the impact it can be on kids.
Angelina and Nadine both agreed on two things. First is that all people should follow the orders given to prevent the Coronavirus spread, but that is also important to check on the people you are close to, to ask how they are feeling, and offer support.
“I think it is so important that people hear that. To love each other, check-in with each other, ” the 44-year-old actress shared her opinion.
“Be there, be a support group, keep your eyes open whether you are a teacher or a friend,” she continued.
The whole conversation was emotional, and some may agree that it held a lot of weight and hard topics. You can watch the rest of their talk here.