Showing posts from February, 2018

Are You Really Depressed? Myths and Facts

Your fast paced life sometimes brings you down, your relationships may seem stressed out at times, often at work you might feel unaccomplished because you have been saturated for so long, and the pressure of studying can feel so overwhelming at the moment; guess what? You are not alone. These things happen to most of us at some point in our lives. Regularly or rarely, varying in the intensity and situations, but most of us manage to deal with it and find some comfort somewhere. Unfortunately, some of us, nearly 300 million people around the globe (as per WHO) cannot ‘DEAL’ with it by themselves, they often need lots of support from family and medical help. “I am depressed!” has somehow become a casual phenomenon, leaving those who actually suffer depression feeling left out and neglected (and they already have many more negative emotions within). What is depression? “Depression is more than just sadness. People with depression may experience a lack of interest and pleas

5 Ways to Help Your Child to Feel Safe and Secure

Our world is slowly falling apart! With everything wrong that is going on around the globe, we start to feel a little scared and anxious. In times like these, we always cling on to our loved ones, we keep them close and stay in touch because we trust them and feel safe around them. This is the nature of relationships! If we as adults get anxious easily, think about our little ones...they are yet to understand the troubles of the world and their mind is still so fragile, even our little actions impact them to an extent that we cannot imagine. Our task as adults/parents is to raise children who are instilled with the belief that they are safe and secure, so that they can develop the confidence to face the challenges of the world. If they grow up fearless, then they will be able to take fearless decisions later in life. So for all the good reasons, I am sharing with you 5 things that help your child feel safe and secure. Let's get started. 1. Hugs and Kisses!

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