This year had been too tough on us, the world is gone upside down for many of us. This major change in our lives is creating number of mental health conditions and we can see increase in number of suicide incidences as well. Unfortunately, grief of losing someone is visible more when a fellow human … Continue reading Celebrity Suicide: Talk but responsibly!
The practice of physical distancing and self-isolation is a crucial part of the plan to reduce the spread of CoronaVirus, and to flatten the curve. It might sound like a relatively easy task. As we are entering 3rd month of lockdown, many individuals are already seeing their mental health suffer as a result of reduced … Continue reading Psychological fallout due to Social distancing
Children and teens react, in part, on what they see from the adults around them. When parents and caregivers deal with the COVID-19 calmly and confidently, they can provide the best support for their children in this difficult time. However, not all children and teens respond to stress in the same way. Some common changes … Continue reading Parenting in the time of COVID-19 crisis
Tips for Productivity, Mental Health and Staying Healthy Working from home sounds like a luxury, but it comes with a number of challenges. Individuals work from home for a number of reasons. Whatever the reason for working from home, there are ways you can ensure you are being productive, healthy and happy while working from home. … Continue reading Mental well-being while you work from Home
Worrying about all the news on the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) and the illness it causes? Well, you're not alone. Even though it’s common to feel tense, nervous and perhaps fearful during difficult times but feeling panic when everyone is talking about quarantine, social distancing and isolation, must be creating panic among many of us. … Continue reading Panic during Pandemic – Mental health care from COVID-19
There are exceptionally high numbers of cases between November till February referred from schools/colleges or walk-in parents with concerns related to behavioural changes and academic issues among students, and one of the main cause is exam pressure. Exam time is not only stressful for the child but also for the parents. So, let’s say parents … Continue reading Ideal parenting during “Board Exams”
Aggressive and abusive behaviour in youngsters is increasing at an alarming rate. Many times parents are seen blaming teachers, school/college authorities, bad company of friends, over pampering grandparents or excessive use of mobile. Outsiders blame parents for either neglecting or over pampering their child. But we are missing out one more reason that could be … Continue reading Media Violence – Impact on your Child’s Behaviour