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SOCIAL ANXIETY

Mental health has gathered a lot of attention in the current times. People started to focus on their mental health and on the ways to keep their mental health, healthy. One of the common

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Grief Work

Typically, it isn’t until we experience the death of a loved one that we come to think about our attitudes and expectations around the end of life. Following tradition is then eased by ritual or spiritual practices and funeral/memorial plans.

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Anxiety and the COVID-19 pandemic

Anxiety can be as contagious as the coronavirus, and psychological states such as loneliness spreads throughout populations like New York, like a virus. We need, all of us, to work mindfully on the physiology of fear unprecedented in American history.

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Are You Having Difficulty Saying NO?

Ask someone how they are, and their reply would most probably include some version of been “busy.” It has so happened that this phenomenon of being busy has turned into a sort of a humble badge of honour. People have started believing that being busy

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Comparing Yourself to Others

While many of us know that comparing ourselves to others may bring in jealousy and toxicity, we still end up doing it. Sometimes intentionally and other times without even realizing it.

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Are you in a relationship with a bpd?(Borderline Personality Disorder)

What makes love amazing is its spontaneity. And the fact that we can’t choose whom our hearts fall for is even more exciting. If your loved one suffers from borderline personality disorder (BPD), your journey won’t be easy. It’s really painful to watch those who hold a dear place in your heart struggling with profound inner turmoil, unstable personal identity and deep emotional stress.

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