“Really good to see Toto Wolff opening speaking up,” Romain Grosjean backs Mercedes boss on mental well-being revelation

Romain Grosjean backs Toto Wolff on his revelation about mental well-being

Toto and Roman
Toto and Roman

Romain Grosjean the former Haas F1 Team driver has recently applauded the Mercedes Team Principal Toto Wolff for coming out and talking about mental wellbeing.

As per the Mercedes Team’s official TWITTER handle, Toto Wolff has reminded everyone about the importance of mental wellbeing and also about looking after it.

Toto Wolff has been going to the psychiatrist since 2004 and for him to come out and talk about it speaks volumes about the kind of courage the German has.

These days it is very hard for people to come out talk about mental well-being as they feel vulnerable in sharing their problems and don’t discuss their well-being with others because of the fear of getting judged and looked down upon.

Toto Wolff
Toto Wolff

What Toto has done is commendable, and if we look at today’s situation a mass chunk of the world population today is suffering from mental health issues.

So what Toto has done is courageous and will certainly help people in making themselves more aware of the options they have when it comes to dealing with it.

Romain Grosjean: really good to see Toto Wolff speak about psychology

Roman Grosjean
Roman Grosjean

Toto Wolff’s revelation has caught the eyes of many people around the world and Romain who himself has suffered from mental issues before has come out in support of Toto Wolff.

Romain via his Twitter handle wrote, “really good to see Toto speaking about psychology. I still believe if you use a trainer at the gym, there is no reason to not use a trainer for your brain.”

Romain is happy that Toto has talked about this delicate issue and himself has indicated that just like a trainer at the gym, it is also important to have a trainer for mental well-being.

Roman Grosjean
Roman Grosjean

It is really great to see such high-profile people spreading the word about mental illness and in today’s fast-paced world where everyone is continuously on the go, to have such people spreading the word about it is truly “heartwarming.”

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