Mumbai, March 13: March is International Women’s Month. Yesterday, on March 13, RachnaRestores™️ organised a women’s conclave titled Equity, not Equality. Senior women leaders from
Tag: self help
Don’t Hurry The Healing
Everything suddenly halted in a sense with me still doing the the essential work painfully and slowly. But my current healing differed significantly.
Stress Induced Suppression Of Infertility Finds Hope
Otago researchers have found the “missing link between stress and infertility.”
Why Eating Disorder Warriors Need A Community To Support Them
One very helpful thing for eating disorder warriors is having a support team and a community of other people who understand their struggles.
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?
Book Review: The Almanack of Naval Ravikant
A high-level overview on how best to live your life in the modern age. The book teaches you how to get rich first and (then) how to be happy.
Unhurry with Rachna: I love the way you are possessive about me
A beautiful poem penned down by Rachna Chhachhi in the light of the recent Deepika Padukone trolling for Pathan.
Averse To Family Gatherings?
Do you struggle with feeling overstimulated around the holidays? Do you need space and alone time when you’re around lots of people?
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.
Skip Sweet Treats To Avoid Holiday Blues
If you’re prone to depression, this holiday season you might want to say “bah humbug” to offers of sugar plum pudding, caramel corn and chocolate babka and adapt to more healthy eating.
How Can I Be In Touch With My Emotions?
How many times do you feel like you are lacking the motivation to do the things that you know you need to do?
16 Ways You Can Help Your Child With Down’s Syndrome
Despite their problems, children with Down Syndrome are usually able to learn self- help skills that enable them to be assistance in a family or institutional setting.
What Our Wandering Thoughts Can Teach Us About Mental Health
The study speculates that training people as early as childhood to be comfortable during idle time may help maintain mental well-being. By taming our go-to reflex of taking out our phone whenever there’s a moment of silence, we can more fully realize the benefits of breaks on our mental health and creativity.
Sleep Keeps Teens On Track For Good Mental Health
A single night of no sleep will not stunt growth. But over the long term, a person’s growth may be affected by not getting the full amount of sleep.
Healthy Foods More Important Than Type Of Diet To Reduce Heart Disease Risk
Eating a balanced diet will improve Heart health.