When I learnt about Self Love….

The Corona Virus had brought the world to a standstill. Yes, it did affect me also. Just like everyone, I also underwent a lot of emotional turmoil. Self Love was something that was missing in my life. I learnt the concept of Self Love, as a young adult, when I saw the movie Jab We... Continue Reading →

Social Media and Suicide – 7

Novel ways to deal with suicide avoidance Current endeavours at suicide avoidance focus to a great extent on lessening suicide craving among people hospitalized for sociality or being treated for related psychopathology. Such endeavours have yielded proof based medicines, but then the public suicide rate has kept on climbing. The differentiation between the powerful proof... Continue Reading →

Social Media and Suicide – 6

Suicide hazard factors related with online media utilization Cyber bullying This is additionally referred to as digital or web based harassing. It is a type of tormenting that happens web based utilizing electronic gadgets like cell phones and PCs and online media are the fundamental stage regularly utilized in doing this demonstration. In cyber bullying,... Continue Reading →

Social Media and Suicide 5

Social media and psychological health The connection between social media and emotional health is surviving as online media are being connected to psychological health issues like pressure, mental misery, uneasiness and wretchedness. As of late, there is a rising exploration enthusiasm on this point as examination works completed have set up a connection between emotional... Continue Reading →

Social Media and Suicide – 4

Suicide and suicide related conduct Suicide is a catastrophic demonstration that calls to accept precedence as a significant worldwide wellbeing concern. It is basically the demonstration of an individual closure his/her own life deliberately. As indicated by different definitions, Suicide is characterized as a passing brought about by one taking part in damaging practices toward... Continue Reading →

Suicide and Social Media – 2

Social Media and Suicide Risk A massive amount of data on the subject of suicide is accessible on the Internet and through social media. Biddle directed a methodical Web search of suicide related terms (e.g., suicide, suicide techniques, how to slaughter yourself, and best suicide strategies) to reproduce the consequences of a common hunt led... Continue Reading →

Suicide and Social Media – 1

Abstract Today, online social media are as omnipresent as they are inseparable, particularly as they have gotten basic to each part of our regular day to day existences. Even with this upsurge in social media use, especially in the juvenile age-gathering, paces of suicide, endeavoured suicide, and intentional self-hurt have spiked. This section means to... Continue Reading →

How to create your Mental Sunshine

How to create your Mental Sunshine? Fear something that characterises us, as we are children of sceptical age, we are afraid of future, afraid of poverty, afraid of unemployment, afraid of dishonour and disgrace, afraid of disease and death, it seems to me that we are afraid of sometimes life itself. We live in fear,... Continue Reading →

How to overcome Depression

First we need to understand clearly the concept of depression, mere sadness or temporary feeling of laziness or normal grief/discouragement is not depression. Depression is a long term medical condition its symptoms may vary from person to person. A person suffering from depression always suffers from a irritable mood, sleep problems arises (sleeping too much... Continue Reading →

Depression, Corona and Indian Youth

DEPRESSION: CORONA AND YOUTH Depression is a common mental health problem that involves a low mood and a loss of interest in activities. It is a mood disorder that causes a persistent felling of sadness and loss of interest and can interfere with your daily functioning. Sadness, feeling down, and having a loss of interest... Continue Reading →

Mental Health of College Students

Introduction: Most mental disorders have their first onset at the age of 18 to 24 years; it has always been a burden for young adults especially in the student life where various stressful life events contribute to such cause of psychological distress. The daily hassle in a student life and other stress factor triggers such... Continue Reading →

Emotional Abuse – When I was an Abuser

Human Beings tend to have emotions. No matter, how much we pretend to be robotic, we all are emotional at the end of the day. One of the basic requirements of human emotions is to express ourselves. Just the way we take care of our bodies. It is important that we also take care about... Continue Reading →

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