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Breaking Bad Star Bryan Cranston Makes A Serious Mental Illness Announcement

Breaking Bad Star Bryan Cranston Makes A Serious Mental Illness Announcement

Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston, who is best known for his role as Walter White in the series, has shared a new post on his verified Twitter account and revealed an important priority amid the coronavirus epidemic.

Coronavirus is a disease that causes deadly consequences that negatively affect our immune system. People began to quarantine themselves and follow the rules of social isolation to prevent further spread of this disease.

On the other hand, some people may have some mental health problems from being quarantined in their homes for a long time.

While the effects of the coronavirus outbreak continue, Bryan Cranston took to social media to address mental health issues for the fans and said that the people shouldn’t forget kids who are struggling with ‘the same anxiety problems’ during this difficult period.

Here’s what Bryan Cranston stated:

“During this time of uncertainty and change, I’m thinking of you all and hope you’re looking after yourselves and your loved ones. Today I want to draw your attention to International SEL Day.

SEL means Social Emotional Learning – something we are all struggling with now as we learn to empathize and care for our fellow humans during this life-altering shared experience.

Let’s not forget, kids, are feeling the same anxiety and uncertainty we all are right now and making SEL a priority in our schools is more important than ever.”

A Twitter fan user named Drchoker commented and wrote:

“Stay safe Bryan! I also hope your family stays safe back home too 🙏🏻”

Another fan named DAdams_SEL said:

“Thanks, Bryan Cranston for helping spread the word!”

Check out the Twitter post below.

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