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.
Psychologist. Psychiatrist. Counsellor. This article attempts to clarify the difference between these terminologies, which will ultimately provide the correct information to the readers so that they can choose the person who they think can help them best.
Counselling is an activity that is at the same time simple yet also vastly complicated. In counselling, people talk about anything and everything. This article briefly describes the counselling process, some of the myths attached to it, the role of the counsellor and the client in counselling, and the counselling relationship.
Whenever we read news about suicide, we often see comments about 'reaching out for help' alongside. However, as we move towards more community-centric models of care in society, we have to begin talking instead, about 'reaching in'.
Social Physique Anxiety, also known as SPA, is a feeling of distress and discomfort associated with the perceived evaluation of one’s physical self. It is helpful to understand the signs of SPA and how it affects our routine. To overcome a hurdle, we need to see it clearly and then set goals so that we overcome the hurdle.
Ever felt ashamed of the way you look, your height, weight, the colour of your skin? Some amount of self-criticism is normal, however, for some people, feeling dissatisfied with the way they look is a constant struggle. Find out how you can manage this anxiety.
We hear the word depression quite frequently these days. Sometimes we may wonder if we ourselves are suffering from depression. Read on to find out how to tell whether you might be clinically depressed or just feeling down.