Hello, I am Aathira and am a lawyer by profession. I would like to share my two cents on the importance of knowing your rights as a member of the LGBTQI community in India.
Feeling Low? Get Chirpy With Them
New research from King’s College London has found that seeing or hearing birds is associated with an improvement in mental wellbeing that can last up to eight hours.
How Service Dogs Reduce PTSD Symptoms
Research suggests that pairing a veteran with a service dog is associated with lower severity of PTSD.
The Meaning Of Your Memories
I try to discover more meaning in what I do. I guess everyone does it in their way. I try to meditate on the purpose of life. How can we become better human beings?
Interview Of The Week: Mental Health Is Like Breathing
Arouba Kabir worked with media-in different media houses in India for almost 2 years including the internships. It was during that time, she got diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis, a life changing moment which made her lose her job, relationship, and kind of identity.
5 Tips To Heal From The “Good Child” Syndrome.
Growing up to be the good child seemed like the perfect way to be loved and adored. Hearing your parents, teachers and other significant adults label you as a good boy or good girl meant the world until it was the very thing that started to be a problem.
MOVIE REVIEW: INSIDE OUT (2015)
The popular Disney-Pixar animated film Inside Out is about emotions, especially that take on a human form inside a person’s brain and govern how they respond to situations.
The Benefits Of Music Therapy For Mental Health
Music acts as a medium for processing emotions, trauma, and grief—but music can also be utilized as a regulating or calming agent for anxiety or for dysregulation.
Hold His Hand
This month, there are two burning themes – of men’s health and cancer. November is
focused on both. And since I treat cancer patients – even late stage cancer patients, I am
seeing the link between suppression of emotions and stress linked to the trigger for cancers.
Read to understand how you can reduce the triggers.
How often, in your journey of health do you compare yourself to how you used to be?
It’s healthy sometimes to see how far you’ve come, how you’ve changed, or what you might want to incorporate back into your life. However, you don’t want to stay stuck in looking back.
How do I get rid of the guilt, the shame, after a relapse in my compromised relationship with food?
We don’t get stronger or better equipped overnight.
HEALTHIFY WITH KAMAL: THE EMOTIONAL ACCEPTANCE OF THE AUTOIMMUNE JOURNEY
Do you feel like all life has for you now is sadness? Well, you need to think again, and you need to think better.
ART OF WELLNESS: EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE EFFECT OF THE PANDEMIC
“We have all been forced to delve deep within and think about how we are going to manage ourselves in these uncertain times. Is it with hope and positivity or with doom and gloom?”
UNHURRY WITH RACHNA: CONVERSATIONS WITH SELF
Dear Me, Life at times can be difficult, stressful, unexpected, chaotic, and hard. And in those times it’s okay to not be okay. But it’s
WAX & WANE WITH NEERJA: IT’S ONLY MORNING WHEN THE SUN RISES
Special children are special because with them, what you see is what you get. They express feelings, unabashed, that tug on our hearts. For so-called “normal” people it can get awkward and discomforting to accept this raw truthfulness of emotions.