A lot of people often have the following questions about mental health:
The short answer is YES. We should care, and so should our friends and family. (Our parents too, by the way, in case they don’t.)
Mental health concerns could occur due to all kinds of reasons. It could be because of overwhelming everyday challenges such as:
“Our mental health seriously affects our physical health. So there should be no stigma around mental health, none at all.” — Michelle Obama
Very simply, mental health refers to our mental well-being. It is a combination of our physical, emotional, behavioural, and social states. How we feel about our lives, how we deal with everyday problems, our relationships with people around us, are all dictated by our mental health.
The WHO (World Health Organization) defines mental health as:
“A state of well-being in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life…
Below are some common questions/statements by young adults relating to sex education.
Young adults are curious about the three-letter-word ‘sex’. They have many different kinds of questions and confusions. Read the list…
Do these words above make you uncomfortable? A little? A lot?
Each of these words and most discussions around them, make most of us feel uncomfortable. But should they? Sex is a natural and basic human need. If sex is so important, is it really something that we should feel ashamed of or uncomfortable with?
Our need and desire for sex have been documented for thousands of years. Right from the erotic Egyptian scroll paintings, to Roman life in Pompeii, to the Indian Kama Sutra or the art in the Khajuraho temples, the historical evidence is clear. …
The idea of apprenticeship and internship isn’t a new one. Apprenticeships have existed since the middle ages, and internships at least for the last century or so. Both of these are great ways of getting inducted into a chosen field by getting hands-on experience. But they have advantages that go beyond just exposure to the work and tasks.
The world of work has gotten extremely complex in the 21st century. We hence need to approach our careers with a well-thought-out approach that is more hands-on.
The purpose of this article is to provide the various parameters you need to consider…
Have you noticed how your creativity takes a beating when you’re stressed out? Suddenly the ideas stop. The wonderful flow we were enjoying, pauses. Stress truly, is the enemy of creativity.
At this juncture of human history, creativity is an extremely valuable asset. The Future of Work requires us to work closely with technology, systems, and machines that can do heavy computing. The future is a world in which AI will produce outputs that humans are unable to do at high volume and speed. All of this needs high levels of innovation and creativity. …
“Wanting to be someone else is a waste of the person you are.”
― Marilyn Monroe
Do we accept every version of ourselves? The perfect and the flawed ones?
The truth is, self-acceptance doesn’t always come naturally. A lot of us face trouble accepting our true and entire selves. It’s easy to love the good parts, but what about the parts that we aren’t completely okay with?
A lot of inner conflict arises when we reject who we really are. …
Job hunting is not a one-sided process in which only the companies accept you. You need to accept the company as well! Doing your job research is a crucial step towards making informed decisions and presenting the best version of yourself.
When searching for jobs, it is not only prudent, but also an effective tactic to do your own research.
From considerable research and experience, it’s safe to convey that barely any people do this bit diligently or thoroughly. So putting in some time and effort will definitely set you apart from other candidates.
In this article we elaborate on…
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the above questions, continue reading to learn about how recruiting works in the…
“First comes love, / Then comes marriage, / And then comes baby in the baby carriage.”
The lines above depict the chronology that in today’s conservative societies (especially those fuelled by British propriety from the colonial period) for the longest time, has been seen as the ideal way of life. Historically, sex has been seen from multiple lenses depending on which civilization or era one pays closer attention to.
During many periods in history, sex was embraced as a part of life to be appreciated and enjoyed. …
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