Can Impulsive Behaviour Impact our Mental well-being?

While most of us firmly attempt to manage our emotions and remarks, there’s a fair chance that some people might possibly be suffering from an impulsive behaviour disorder. An impulsive individual is someone who undergoes repeated challenges in trying to accomplish…

Everything That Need To Know About Agoraphobia

Do you remember Elena Lincoln? She was Christian Grey’s love interest in the Fifty Shades movie series. In the movies, Elena’s role was portrayed by Kim Basinger. A super model of her time, Kim has admitted to suffering from agoraphobia,…

How Can Introspection Lead To A Happier Life?

Being judgmental is a negative habit that so many people have, and while we have met some of these people at some point in our lives, we have also been that person ourselves. Observing someone else’s behaviour is always easy…

Difference Between Toxic And Healthy Positivity

In a country where almost every second person frequently uses the word ‘positivity’, it becomes important to know its exact meaning. Positivity is defined as the practice or tendency of being optimistic in attitude. Needless to say, that people consider…

How can one regulate their emotions instead of suppressing them?

Our emotions and beliefs are inevitable and drive us through our life. Most individuals act, react, and function according to the emotions they feel. The gift to experience and label emotions is more prominent than you might discern. As the perceived…

Need and Importance of Psychological First Aid

First aid is the first and immediate assistance given to any person suffering from either a minor or serious illness or injury, with care provided to preserve life, prevent the condition from worsening, or to promote recovery. Psychological first aid…

Why Your Morning Routine Matters The Most

Behind every blooming flower there are well nourished roots. Whenever we see a blooming flower, we focus on the beauty but what we don’t see is the hidden and the most important reason behind it, viz., the roots. The reason…

Cognitive Nexus – Learned Helplessness And Hopelessness, An Insider Trap

Let’s have a thorough understanding of how our mind functions when we are bombarded with perpetual unavoidable disturbing information and we have a sensory overload. Mental illness is not a cake walk; it is very real for people who are…

WHO Guidelines On How To Deal With Stress During Global Pandemic

“Doing What Matters in Times of Stress” is a WHO stress management guide for coping with adversity. There are many causes of stress such as personal difficulties, problems at work, or major threats in your community. Personal difficulties include conflicts…

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