Category: Mental Health Awareness

Wellness Trends Women Cannot Miss in ‘23

Wellness trends are ever changing and dynamic depending on the growth keep changing over time and in 2022, we took it little casually recovering from the Corona virus lockdown breaks, walking around, eating greens in powdered form, opening out our minds to mental health struggles and causes and quitting jobs in the name of stress. […]

Parenting Children with Learning Disabilities, ADHD and Related Disorders

Parenting for those who choose is a source of great joy and satisfaction. However one cannot deny that with the responsibility of a child comes a set of unique challenges and trials specific to this role, irrespective of whether it is a child with typical development or one with developmental difficulties. Children with developmental disabilities […]

Echoes of Emptiness: Understanding Empty Nest Syndrome

In the realm of human experiences, where joy and sorrow interweave, there exists a poignant phase known as the empty nest syndrome. It is a chapter marked by a range of emotions, as children leave their parents nest to pursue their own lives. It is a natural milestone in the scheme of life, yet it […]

Symptoms of Psychological Stress in Children and Management

Children and teens, like adults, experience stress. There are a variety of reasons causing stress like peer pressure of scoring well in school, making and sustaining friendships, and managing expectations from parents, teachers, or friends. Stress can be positive if it provides the energy to tackle a big test, presentation, or sports event. Too much […]

How Women’s Mental Health Affects Their Career Relaunch

For many women, taking a break from their careers, and nurturing their young ones in their families is a necessity. Unfortunately, women who are keen to return to the workforce after a break do face several challenges. Mental health is one of such major areas of concern for mothers returning to work, relaunching their careers. […]

Why Mindfulness is Important Tool for Building Better Mental and Physical Health

In today’s fast-paced modern society, we are all subjected to an endless stream of stress, information overload, and the constant buzz of technology. These daily pressures can take a significant toll on our mental and physical health, leading to burnout, anxiety, and depression. Not only do they impact our happiness and well-being, but they can […]

Shattering the Silence: Why Mental Health Demands Our Attention

#ItsOkayToNotBeOkay In a world that is becoming increasingly interconnected, it is surprising how often the topic of mental health remains hushed. However, it is crucial that we break this silence and elevate the discussion surrounding mental well-being. Contrary to misconceptions, addressing mental health is not attention-seeking; rather, it is an act of self-care and compassion […]

The Stigma Surrounding Mental Health in India and How to Reduce it

Mental health and psychological care in India have remained suppressed under an often-repeated phrase – ‘log kya kahenge?’ This cuts across gender, caste, religion, socio-economic class, and region in India, making people shy away from coming out in the open. The immense pressure to stay and act ‘normal’ manifests an unhealthy stigma against getting help. […]

The Vital Role of Accessibility in Safeguarding Mental Well-Being

In a world where physical barriers often overshadow the human spirit, the importance of an accessible environment cannot be overstated. Behind every statistic and news headline lies a deeply personal journey of struggle, resilience, and longing for inclusion. For the elderly, people with disabilities, pregnant women, new mothers, war and natural calamity victims, and children, […]

Overcoming Mental Health Challenges in the LGBTQ+ Community

People who have different gender or sexual identities from cisgender and heterosexual individuals fall under the LGBTQ+ community. It is an umbrella term used to identify individuals who identify differently or are still in the process of getting to know themselves. This community is however at high mental health risk. Studies say that LGBTQ+ are […]

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