Hear Me Out: Elissa Freiha on Mental Health and Entrepreneurship

“There are a lot of taboo topics that are currently being avoided in entrepreneurship. And since authenticity and real talk is something we really value in the Womena community, I thought we could use the #womedia platform as a space to open up this conversation,” says Elissa Freiha.

Womedia is launching a new series of opinion videos that we hope will open up a dialogue around issues that are often unaddressed. We begin the series with Elissa Freiha candidly discussing a very important topic that can no longer be considered taboo: mental health and entrepreneurship.

She shares her own experience with the rollercoaster of emotions that often accompanies the journey of entrepreneurship.

Speak out! Share your own stories with us and let’s break the silence around these issues.


  • Fattema elzahraa mahmoud

    I have a startup business providing psychotherapist online for parents and adolescents, I decided to made that platform to help families to decrease many problems which lead to divorce in 90% from issues, and if this family have more kids, the divorced mother and the children whom pay the price to this issue, and will get more mental health issues especially kids , so I decided to focus on this target audience to help them more to solve psycho issues and help to decrease divorces cases .


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