14 Highly Effective Strategies for Stress Relieve
Learning effective strategies for stress relief can help you handle your stress. Discover ways to incorporate these stress relief habits into your routine.
Impact of Sleep on Mental Health: The Dark and Bright Sides
Discover the complex relationship between sleep and mental health in our latest blog. Learn about sleep's bright and dark sides and its impact on mental wellness.
Loneliness and Social Isolation: Tips to Follow for Staying Connected
Meta Description: Learn how to combat loneliness and social isolation with imperative tips and strategies. Discover ways to stay connected with loved ones and improve your overall well-being.
All You Need to Know about Name-Calling and its Consequences
Name-calling is often considered a minor offense, but it is actually a painful type of bullying. Learn about name-calling’s effects and how to respond to it.
Learned Helplessness: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment
Learned helplessness is a state in which a person feels unable to change a stressful situation, even when change is possible. Learn more here.
Things Not to Say to Someone Who is Depressed
Despite your best intentions, telling someone with depression that 'things could be worse isn't as helpful as you might think.' Here's why
What Should You Do if Your Teen Has a Mental Illness
Parents can make their teens feel better with early intervention and proper treatment when they find signs and symptoms of mental illness.
All You Need To Know About Depression Treatment and Management
It is usual to feel sad and despair in response to life events such as significant life changes, stress, or disappointment. In most cases, the painful feelings resolve with changes in your life. In a situation such as loss, these feelings may last for months and return at significant times, such as anniversaries and birthdays to the lost loved ones. However, if you enjoy things, this sadness is no more a sign of depression.
How to Break the Cycle of Negative Thoughts?
Negative thoughts can contribute to fear, depression, stress, anxiety, sadness, and trouble coping. Learn more about how to deal with negative thoughts here.