Category: Mental health

Emotional Independence: It’s Not As Difficult As You Think

Let me begin with a simple question.

Are you in control of your emotions, or are your emotions dependent upon those around you?

When our self-worth depends upon others opinion about us, we are emotionally dependent upon them. They could be our partners, our parents or our friends whom we look up to, or try to impress; people whose opinion about us decides how we mold ourselves just so we feel “accepted”.

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5 Reasons Why Everyone Should Meditate

With increased digital distraction and outside noise, meditation is a much-needed practice in our lives. Meditation dates back to the 12th century. It is a technique that helps to develop self-awareness and declutter the mind. This ageless practice has been passed down through generations and is still popular around the world due to a variety of benefits.

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What Effect Do School Uniforms Have On Student’s Mental Health?

Ever since I was born, I wanted to be like other people, didn’t you? I wanted to have the same clothes as my friends. I wanted my dad to have the same car as them, listened to the same music as them, and wanted to own the same brand of clothes as them. But now, my opinion has changed and I believe that if everyone was the same, this amazing world would be bland, dull, and full of sadists. We could lose every aspect of individuality, creativity, and diversity. School uniforms allow these defects to take place and exist in our amazing society.

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8 Psychological Tricks To Overcome Stress and Lift Mood Up

Stress. What is stress? Stress is a feeling hardwired into our bodies and surface when we are not able to cope up with particular demands and events. When we feel that we are under stress, our body is designed to release chemicals such as adrenaline and cortisol. These hormones are wonderful for shorter periods of time and can make you do wonders in a short amount of time, but in a longer period, not so much.

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How Anger Affects Your Brain and Body | Anger Management

We, humans, are emotional beings. We have all sorts of emotions surging inside us some positive and some negative. Anger is classified as a negative emotion. Though anger is not the problem, the expression of anger is a real problem.

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Mental Health During Quarantine

It’s okay to not feel okay during this quarantine period.

I know there are a lot of people completing online courses, working out at home, learning new skills, cooking new dishes, etc. If you are able to keep your spirit up during this crisis, It’s amazing and really praiseworthy.

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Best Mental Health Exercise and Benefits

Exercise isn’t just about aerobic capacity and muscle size. People who exercise regularly tend to do this because it gives them a huge sense of well-being. They feel more energetic during the day, sleep better at night, have clearer memories and feel more relaxed and positive about themselves and their lives. Regular exercise results in better mental health.

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What It Feels Like To Be An Introvert

Introverts often misunderstood and misinterpreted by most of the people. People consider introverts reserved, attitudinal, egoistic and what not. Because we don’t pay heed to Personality psychology. and we fail to understand how someone is different from us and why. If we accept someone for who they are, we can actually learn a lot from them. we can give support and build meaningful relationships with each other. but unfortunately, we can’t accept someone who is different from them.

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7 Worrying Reasons Why India’s Women Are More Prone To Depression Than Men

According to a study, depression will be the second-leading cause of disability worldwide by 2020. Depression is widely prevalent in women in all age groups, especially in India. Indian women face hurdles which including stigma about mental health, lack of mental health professionals, lack of awareness, the disadvantaged position of women in society, multiple roles, increased levels of stress, and domestic violence.

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