The other day I was talking to a colleague of mine, and although he has been a good friend of […]
Archive for ‘mental health’
Coronavirus: Taking Care of your Mental Health in Lockdown
Bring Back Hobbies Catch up on those long-forgotten hobbies that once gave you happiness, but had to be left behind […]
Mythbusters: Social Anxiety
Being Anxious is Normal The state of being anxious is a common as well as a normal human mechanism that […]
Writing is the Best Form of Therapy
The other day a friend of mine asked me why I write. Torn between many responses, I asked her a […]
Common Myths About Depression
Depression is Incurable The first thing that goes through a patient’s mind when he gets diagnosed with a psychological ailment […]
What to do if Your Friend Has Depression?
Stop Judging The first thing you need to do is stop judging a depressed person, and stop coaching them how […]
Why am I Depressed?
I have no idea. I honestly don’t. Let me clarify. When a person has a fever or a cold, he […]
Why is the Young Generation Depressed?
It’s the 21st century; the age of information, the era of technology, and the time of the youth. Social media […]
When I was Diagnosed with Depression
It was a scary day and a scary night followed. Different people might have different responses to being diagnosed with […]
Bullies Are Worse Than WMDs
The other day in office I was sitting on my seat just minding my own business when a new team […]