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Navigating Grief While Studying or Working

Coping with grief while studying or working can be challenging, but it’s possible with the right strategies and support systems in place. By acknowledging your feelings, communicating with others, practicing self-care, setting realistic goals, seeking professional help if needed, and being patient with yourself, you can navigate through grief while still fulfilling your responsibilities and moving forward in your academic or professional pursuits.

How To Deal With Grief.

How to Deal With Grief. Grief is a debilitating devastating emotion and it can crush you. Only you will deal with the grief in your own way, there is no right or wrong way and no one can tell you otherwise. What is grief? Grief is a natural process that we experience when it comes […]

Coping With Grief Personal Experience.

Coping With Grief. It has been 17 years since my father passed away and 14 years since my mother departed. On top of losing my parents, I lost my brother 11 years ago. The grieving process has left me bitter and angry inside. Why did half my family die? Why could it not have been […]

Petition Deadline 30th May to Get 10,000 Signatures

The tragic case of Jools Sweeney is a stark reminder of the complex interplay between digital life and real-life consequences. Ellen Roome’s advocacy for access to her son’s social media accounts is a poignant example of the lengths to which parents will go to understand and protect their children. As the petition deadline approaches, it serves as a critical moment for society to reconsider how we handle digital legacies and support grieving families in their search for answers.

Can Exercise Cure Depression?

While exercise has evident benefits, it’s crucial to understand its role within the broader context of depression treatment. Exercise alone is not a standalone cure for depression but can be a highly effective complementary treatment. For some individuals with mild to moderate depression, regular physical activity might be sufficient to manage their symptoms. However, those with severe depression typically require a combination of treatments, including medication, psychotherapy, and lifestyle changes.

Understanding Depression As A Disability

There is growing debate surrounding the recognition of depression as a disability, particularly within the context of government policies and support systems. Despite its profound impact on individuals’ lives, depression is often overlooked or downplayed as a legitimate disability by certain governmental bodies. This stance has significant implications for those living with depression, including issues of disability discrimination, marginalization, and violations of human rights.

Breaking the Stigma, Mental Health Awareness

Mental health disorders are complex and multifaceted conditions that affect millions of people worldwide. By fostering awareness, understanding, and support, we can dismantle stigma, promote empathy, and cultivate inclusive communities where individuals feel empowered to seek help and thrive.

Intrusive Thoughts: Definition and Management

The relationship between intrusive thoughts and OCD is complex, with intrusive thoughts serving as the driving force behind the cycle of obsessions and compulsions. Individuals with OCD may experience a heightened sensitivity to intrusive thoughts, leading to increased distress and the urge to engage in compulsive behaviors to gain temporary relief.

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