A Diagnosis of Cancer: What Can I Do to Cope?
There are times in our lives when we're stopped short by unexpected obstacles - one of them could be cancer. In such a situation, our physical health is on the line, but what about our emotional needs? How do we mentally cope with such a crisis? This article contains useful tips that will show you how.
Possibility of Normalcy After Depression
From Deepika Padukone to Dwayne Johnson, celebrities have come into the open about their fight with depression. It was not an easy battle they would probably say. However, they did not allow the depression to get the better of them! Find out what it takes to fight depression.
Coping with Chronic Illness
We live in a world beset with stress of all kinds, be it from work, relationships, deadlines and even traffic! By virtue of being human we are also susceptible to various illnesses, but dealing with long term or chronic illness is definitely not very easy. People's limits are often stretched and it is easy to lose one's sense of perspective at such times. But there are ways in which we can step back a little and gain a few insights about life and living that only an illness can teach. And there are ways in which we can make it easier for ourselves to navigate through this difficult period, whether you are the one going through the illness or it is your loved one.
When Your Child is Ill
It's Monday morning and you find that your child is ill and cannot go to school. You're concerned about him/her - and you're also concerned about your job as you had to take a day off last week because your other child was ill. This is a dilemma faced by many working parents with young children. Let’s look at ways to deal with situations like this.
Death of a Parent: Helping Children Cope
A child's world is dramatically altered when a parent dies. A deep sense of insecurity often results from this early loss. As adults, it is imperative to include them in the process of the parent's illness and eventual passing away or else they are left alone to make sense of a truth that is too large and too painful for them to handle alone.