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MINDGAME

A GEN Z’S PRACTICAL GUIDE TO NAVIGATING DEPRESSION IN A DIGITAL AGE.

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REVIEWS ABOUT THE MINDGAME BOOK

Melane’s mind game is relatable, especially for rural village or township-born youths, during a digital age, who are no strangers to painful childhood experiences. her motivational, poetic in parts, and educational story wakes up a sleepy dreamer, inviting them to discovering their gifts of experience and claiming their colourful life. (Andile Kwakweni – Executive Coach)

I did not expect to learn so much from this book because nowadays as a society we are always addressing mental health issues, however I have just realised how much we didn’t know depression and I appreciate you for not only throwing problems at us but you defined depression, informed us about its symptoms, why we get those symptoms and how to fight them. As a person that comes from a family with the history of depression, this book has helped me understand my family and myself better. I recommend this book not only to GenZ’s but to everyone and every age group because older people can now understand what their children are dealing with on these socials media platforms and they will understand them and know where to start helping them. I have already recommended this book to my whole family and to my colleagues. (Ncebakazi Mbuyazwe – Gen Z Candidate Attorney in Training)

Congratulations for thriving against all odds and in the process producing this gem of a book. I am astounded by your resilience. Thank you for sharing your journey and bearing your soul for the benefit of people grappling with depression – both Gen Z and others. May your readers be encouraged and empowered to not give up, but know that depression can be conquered, and win the mental war. (Dr Hlonelwa Ngqangweni – Counselling Psychologist)

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This great piece of expressed artwork represents a lived experience with practical guidelines that make perfect sense in the modern world. The author’s experience, resilience and success remind us that you are what you feed your mind. The great emphasis on a growth mindset as one of the pivotal elements of combating depression can never be overstated. The book reminds us that consistent deep inner work provides clarity about what matters. Every single time we pay attention to something, it leaves a residue in our minds, in our heads and in our hearts. The book, with its proactive and reactive measures encourages us to create positive residues and receive clarity about what matters and change before we have to. (Lunga Njara – Project Manager & Agricultural Economist & Finance Blogger)

One of the competitive advantage of this book is that the author, Mrs Aviwe Melane had her fair share of depression at some points in her life. I was the line manager to her late husband, Lutho Melane, and that was how I also knew Aviwe. I am also aware that she passed through depression and was able to overcome this deadly menace. Her personal experiences and how she was able to defeat depression gave a huge substance to this book. I hereby present this book titled MindGame to you as a much-needed tool for this present day and age. It is a must read for every youth in our current day society. It presents a practical guide to the different ways to overcome depression at the slightest occurrence. (Professor Akinola Ikudayisi – Civil Engineer, aka The Wisdom Preacher)

What a beautiful journey you have had, Aviwe. By being honest and open to sharing your pain, you have written a book eequivalent to a compass for navigating mental health in the digital age. The writing style made the book feel like a conversation, the cross-references to the language commonly used on social media made the book so light and easy to read, and your positivity and sense of humour emerged strongly. I have learned a few new things from reading the book and am honoured to have been part of your journey to healing and extending that healing to others. (Nkululeko Radebe – Gen Z Finance Professional)

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