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.Continue reading “7 Worrying Reasons Why India’s Women Are More Prone To Depression Than Men”
As a father asks his daughter:
Study? Why should you study?
I have sons aplenty who can study.
Girl, why should you study?
Parents often ignore the early stage development of the child, they think child is too young to understand anything but it’s not like that. Child is constantly learning and making beliefs from the birth. If you do not guide them in the right manner at the right time then you can’t change them when they are at the age of 12 and above, says Dr Bruce Lipton.Continue reading “How Childhood Experiences Affect Our Personality?”
They: Are you married?
They: But You don’t look like it
Me: Why should I? (in my Mind)
She believes in couple love, equality and speaking up her mind. But, Her husband’s family is completely different. This is the story of raj and sejal or you can say the story of most of the married women of this generation.Continue reading “Why Indian brides are depressed post-marriage?”
- Don’t encourage your son and his wife to stay under the same roof with you. Best to suggest them to move out, even to the extent of renting a house. It’s their problem to find a separate home. More the distance between you and your children’s families, the better is the relationship with your in-laws.
Depression is a “whole-body” illness, involving your body, mood, and thoughts that can affect a person’s thoughts, behavior, feelings and sense of well-being. It causes feelings of sadness, hopelessness, helplessness, and worthlessness. Continue reading “DEPRESSION IN WOMEN- "WHOLE-BODY" ILLNESS”