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10 Ways You Can Help A Friend With Depression

Depression can affect anyone. Yet, it is still an illness that many people don’t understand. People talk about mental illness much more than they used to. Even so, there is still a stigma attached to mental health. A stigma that prevents many people from being open about depression. If you have a friend with depression, it can be difficult to […]


Fear of Missing Out (FOMO): The Modern Dilemma In our interconnected world, the Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) has become a prevalent psychological experience. FOMO is the uneasy feeling that we’re missing out on exciting events or opportunities that others are enjoying. It’s fueled by the constant updates on social media, making us believe that everyone else is living a […]

Unveiling The Impact Of Parental Pressure On Children’s Mental Health

Impact of parental pressure on children’s mental health:- 1. Stress and Anxiety: High levels of parental pressure can lead to increased stress and anxiety in children. The constant need to meet parental expectations can create a sense of fear and apprehension. 2. Perfectionism: Excessive pressure can drive children towards perfectionism, where they feel they must excel in everything they do. […]

Coping Mechanism

Coping mechanisms are behaviours that aim to avoid stress or unpleasant emotions. These behaviours can be positive (adaptive) or negative (maladaptive). Problem-focused coping aims to eliminate or change the source of your stress, while emotion-focused coping helps you change the way you react to your stressors. To develop coping skills: 1. Identify triggers. 2. Use healthy coping methods like exercise, […]

4 Early Symptoms Of Depression

4 early symptoms of depression may include: 1. Persistent Sadness: Feeling sad, empty, or hopeless most of the day, nearly every day. 2. Loss of Interest or Pleasure: Losing interest in activities or hobbies that were once enjoyable. 3. Fatigue or Lack of Energy: Experiencing a significant decrease in energy levels, leading to tiredness and difficulty in accomplishing daily tasks. […]

Trust Your Counsellor

Trust Your Counsellor  – Building trust with your counsellor creates a safe and supportive environment for self-exploration and healing. – Trust allows you to share your thoughts, emotions, and vulnerabilities openly, leading to more effective counselling sessions. – Confidentiality is an essential aspect of trust, ensuring that your personal information remains private and secure. – Trusting your counsellor fosters a […]

Breathing Technique To Control Anxiety

Mindfulness breathing exercises have been shown to have many benefits like stress reduction, controlling anxiety and relaxation. The 4-7-8 breathing technique was developed by Dr. Andrew Weil. He refers to it as a “Natural tranquilliser for the nervous system.” You can practise 4-7-8 breathing anywhere and at any time. When you’re first learning, try to practise at least twice a […]

The Irresistible Pull

In a crowded cafe, their eyes locked, and a spark ignited.With a shared smile, their hearts began to dance to the rhythm of love. From stolen glances to intertwined fingers, their connection grew,Painting their lives with vibrant hues. Under the umbrella’s protective shield,Passions unveiled, desires unconcealed. Raindrops fell, a sensual symphony,Their bodies entwined, in harmonious harmony. In that intimate space, […]


Narcissism Narcissism is a psychological term used to describe excessive self-admiration and a preoccupation with one’s abilities, appearance, and achievements. Individuals with narcissistic traits tend to have an inflated sense of self-importance and a constant need for admiration and validation from others. They often exhibit a lack of empathy and disregard for the feelings and needs of those around them. […]