Archive for October 2017

  • happy face
    Sadaf Ambreen Saiyad

    How To Take Care Of Your Mood In A Busy Schedule

    How often has it happened that you had to cancel an outing with your friends that you were really excited for, just because you had a lot of work to do? Has it ever happened to you that all of your c...
  • synesthesia
    Sadaf Ambreen Saiyad

    Smell The Music; Taste The Alphabets; Feel The Colors - Synesthesia

    Are you able to taste alphabets? Can you smell music? Or feel the colours? In other words, have you formed associations regarding certain things with others that have never changed? For instance the...
  • Picture of a noose
    Mansvee Singh

    How to deal with a Suicidal Person?

    Suicide is one of the most taboo ways in which a human being can die and to me, it does make sense that it should be this way. Why would something as terrifying as a person harbouring a secret wish t...
  • Anxiety
    Pallavi Madan

    Life with Anxiety

          We all might feel anxious or nervous when speaking in public or right before giving an important exam. But what if I told you those feelings of self-doubt, stress, restlessness an...
  • Astrology and human mind
    Rasi M Sethia

    Psychology behind Astrology

      What is Astrology? Astrology is the study of how the positions of the stars and planets and their movements influence people’s lives and behaviour on earth. According to astrology the po...
  • interreligious
    Ayushi Jolly

    10 ways to make interreligious marriage work

    Interreligious marriages are between two persons professing different religions. These are also known as inter-faith marriages. For instance in Asian countries like Vietnam, there are many Christiani...
  • parenting and adolescents
    Reshma Venugopal

    7 ways you can encourage your adolescent child to ask questions

        Think you have cracked the code on parenting? Well, think again. Especially now when your small innocent little angel has suddenly turned into a moody, dramatic, exasperated, lazy and s...
  • dfferent learnign styles
    Akanksha Patra

    Learning Styles: To Each, His Own

      The world has evolved and so have learners, from yesterday to today. As we have explored, pondered, found and laid out our findings, what has become even clearer is that a LOT still remains un...
  • alzheimer's disease
    Sadaf Ambreen Saiyad

    What Goes Inside The Mind Of An Alzheimer's patient?

    Alzheimer’s disease, also commonly referred to as Alzheimer’s, is a chronic neurodegenerative disease that usually starts slowly and worsens over time. The most common early symptom is sh...
  • weather and mood
    Sadaf Ambreen Saiyad

    Why Weather Changes Affect Your Mood?

    Have you ever noticed how certain climatic changes affect your mood? Do you feel down when the weather outside is gloomy, or have you felt happier when it’s sunny out but not really hot? Did yo...
  • Parenting
    Pallavi Madan

    Purposeful Parenting

         Being a parent is like being on a roller-coaster. The journey in itself has constant ups and downs and is captured as a blissful memory that no parent would want to erase. Right fr...
  • Counseling of a girl
    Sareeta Behera

    Mental Health and its Significance

          Marking the threshold to boundless possibilities and hues of life, the human mind is one of nature’s paramount creations. Cascade of emotions, logistics of the ne...
  • mental
    Sadaf Ambreen Saiyad

    How Important Is Mental Health?

    How important is mental health? To answer this, you first need to be clear on what mental health is. Mental health basically includes your psychological, emotional, and social well-being. It affects...
  • Mansvee Singh

    On Depression and Self-Care

    In this day and age, the word “depression” has become overused. It serves essentially as a fancy and more dramatic word for sadness. The dictionary built into Google Search defines depres...
  • LGBT
    Shiva Raman Pandey

    Making the ends meet.... To put an end to gender bias

    You might have come across phrases from people like 'You are a girl, you are not supposed to work outside the house' or 'Don't act like a girl by crying like that'. These are some examples that show h...
  • aromatherapy
    Rasi M Sethia


      In today's world stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, etc. has become common disorders. There are various methods to cure them, to name few - meditation, counselling, medication, psychologic...
  • picture of an eye
    Mansvee Singh

    Deja Vu: An Exlploration

    Have you ever had the sense that something about what just happened to you is uncannily familiar but you also know that you are experiencing it for the first time? This phenomenon is called Dé...
  • mental
    Sadaf Ambreen Saiyad

    Encouraging Equal Sensitivity Towards Mental Health Issues

    “I think I should just die.” Imagine a cancer patient saying this. Your natural reaction would be, “No! Why do you think so? We’re all with you. Everything is going to be alri...
  • mother and daughters-in-law relationship
    Ayushi Jolly

    10 things that a woman wants to tell her mother in law

    This is not about me, or you but millions of women who wish that their mother-in-laws would be welcoming enough to live with. Agreed that not every mother-in-law is a blood-sucking monster. However,...
  • coffee
    Shiva Raman Pandey

    Coffee - A Friend or Foe?

    Every morning when you wake up, lousy and sleepy, what actually pulls you out of that semi-sleep mode? At once, our answer would be a strong cup of coffee. That cup of coffee gives a headstart to face...
  • exercise
    Sadaf Ambreen Saiyad

    Physical Exercise and Mental Health

    Physical exercise is any bodily movement that enhances physical fitness and enhances overall health and wellness. These are usually grouped into three types depending on the type of effect that th...

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