When you say positive things to yourself you start believing in yourself, nurture yourself, and prepare yourself for a better tomorrow. Let the healing begin with these simple yet power-packed statements.
Mental Health Awareness
Why is no one talking about the mental health challenges for single parents during COVID-19? We have been hearing a lot about the rising number of cases, death rates, black marketing of oxygen cylinders, injections, and medicines, and with each case, humanity is only going down the drain. But what about deteriorating mental health? Few
In recent times, most of us have been introduced to the concept of mindfulness – the idea that by focusing our attention on the present and bringing an attitude of openness and acceptance to whatever is happening, we can reduce our suffering and boost our mental health and live a more meaningful life. In the
Read this blog post, to find out how these easy yoga asanas for mental well-being can boost your brain health and help you fight through stress and anxiety.
How Covid-19 changed the education game? The Covid-19 pandemic has affected the way we interact in everyday life. With social distancing norms in place, normal activities have had to adapt to new circumstances. One of the primary industries that have been affected is the education industry. According to numbers from Unesco, 990 million students around
You must have heard about “the grass is greener on the other side” syndrome. It is just like that, it is what we do when we choose to see what others are doing and we are not doing. But there is nothing not happening to us, life is happening to us, 24/7. It is happening right now, then what are we missing out on? We are missing out to express gratitude for what we have, a point of reflection, and a few questions to ourselves at the right time. Here are 5 ways you can overcome fear of missing out without being unhappy about yourselves.
Nearly two-thirds of people with a known mental disorder never seek help from a health professional. Stigma, discrimination, and neglect prevent care and treatment from reaching people with mental disorders.
Why do women stop taking care of themselves, why do they stop nurturing themselves? Why do they accept that they are going to be a story of misery someday and their existence is not essential to others?
Take time for yourself, give yourself some time. When you know there is something wrong and instead of worrying about it take time to give it a moment. Accept your feelings and that is how you take responsibility for your feelings. How do I stop being anxious in a relationship and take care of myself when people make a big deal about it?
In this blog, I am sharing a few ideas behind my mental health advocacy, challenges I faced in the process of becoming a promoter, and the most important part, how can you become a mental health advocate too?