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5 Tips To Manage Coronavirus Anxiety
The outbreak of the disease caused by Covid-19 has plunged the world into uncertainty and dread. The panic state is real. However, the stress-induced by constant misinformation of coronavirus via news & social media platforms dampens the person’s immunity system, leading to increased vulnerability to the disease. This state is especially difficult for those who have general anxiety issues & OCD. Hence, it’s important to understand how to manage our anxiety level.
While smiling depression is not a technical term that psychologists use, it is certainly possible to be depressed and manage to successfully conceal the symptoms. It is very common. About one in ten people are depressed, and between 15% and 40% of these people suffer from the atypical form that resembles smiling depression. So if you find yourself struggling, acknowledge your pain, observe your actions, thoughts and emotions. Do not suppress it. Express it. Understand there is nothing wrong with you. You are not weak or bad for having these symptoms or thoughts.
How to help your friend in Depression?
It's heart-wrenching to see our friend struggling through depression. We want to help them but don't know how?
So here are a few dos and don'ts you need to follow while
you are talking to a person undergoing mental distress.
7 Signs of Obsessive Love
Obsessional love is about owning and controlling someone. A person feels an overwhelming obsessive desire to possess and protect another person, with an inability to accept failure or rejection. It's very crucial to be aware of the signs that tell that your love is turning into an obsession!
Difference between Social Anxiety & Shyness
Social Anxiety is real. It can wreak havoc on the lives of those who suffer from it. Symptoms may be so extreme that they disrupt daily life and can interfere significantly with daily routines, work performance, or making it difficult to complete schooling, cracking an interview and affecting the possibility of having healthy relationships. Despite the availability of effective treatments, fewer than 5% of people of with social anxiety disorder seek treatment in the year following initial onset and more than a third of people report symptoms for 10 or more years before seeking help.
How to build a healthy relationship?
It’s not easy to restart your romantic life after putting an end to a toxic relationship. The emotional turmoil is a lot to take in. We feel lost. Being in such a relationship can make you feel insecure, it can plant seeds of self-doubt within you, brainwash the idea of love for you. In the end, it leaves you feeling drained and unhappy. To find your way back, to achieve a happier headspace and a healthier romantic relationship is challenging at every level.
Are you looking for goat no.3?
Why is that, the absence of something is always larger than the presence of something else? What if we stop worrying about that the goat no.3? Why let it waste your time, energy and steal your happiness? Can we try to truly acknowledge and appreciate what we have, instead of seeking that non-existent, missing element in your life? Sometimes we don't appreciate what we have now because we are too focused on seeking what we want, which may be that goat no. 3. So Live, Love, Appreciate and be Grateful.
Happiness Workshop at a Corporate!
HappeeMindz organized Happiness Workshop for the employees of Fundoodata.com. This workshop was planned to increase the Happiness Quotient of the employees. The workshop included many insightful group discussions and fun-filled activities. These activities focussed on how one can manage to cope up with their daily stress and improve their mental wellbeing.
Is your Mental Health your priority yet?
Are you often reluctant or unable to address your mental health needs? Why? Is it because; - It's a shame to go to a psychologist. - My friend would laugh at me. - Everyone would call me "mentally ill." - My parents won't accept me. - What would people think about me? This is how most of us deal with emotional conflicts. The effects that stigma has on people with mental illness and their families are extensive. Mental illness is not a shame, the stigma is. Mental health should be a priority for everyone, whether or not a diagnosis is present.
8 Red Flags of a Toxic Relationship!
Relationships can start healthy however, bad history, unresolved conflicts, suppressed emotions and feelings or long-term unmet needs can fester, polluting the relationship and changing the people in it. It can happen easily and quickly, and it can happen to the strongest people. Often it is always very difficult to identify and recognize that you are involved in a toxic relationship because the signs of the toxicity are not obvious, there is a higher chance that you will overlook them. We start to find some comfort in the pain as well and we are not able to let it go. The possibility is that you have become habitual and dependent on each other.
5 Proven ways to beat Social Anxiety!
Do you feel intensely uncomfortable in social situations?
You can use these 5 coping strategies to deal with social anxiety- 1. Challenge your negative thoughts and assumptions 2. Rationalizing and being more objective 3. Create an exposure hierarchy. 4. Put your inner critic behind the bars 5. Deep Breathing
How to get out of a Toxic Relationship!
Relationships are a cornerstone of physical and mental health. Hence it's important to surround yourself with healthy relationship. Toxic relationships by their very nature push aside other relationships, such as with friends, family, and even co-workers. Letting go of a toxic relationship creates room for the healthy ones.The relationships that you cherish in your life should pick you up when you’re down and nurture your self-belief. So for the sake of your well-being, keep hold of the ones that do. Learn how and when to let go of a toxic relationship.
Break the Mental Health Stigma!
Work Stress in Corporates- A Survey!
HappeeMindz recently conducted an Employee Wellness Program at a corporate. This program focuses to enhance the mental well-being of the employees. It focuses on creating a happier headspace, ensuring a happier & productive workforce. Interactive workshops, employee engagement sessions, one to one sessions with the psychologist are inclusive of this program.