Antidepressants can be effective for treating depression and other mental health conditions. Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of antidepressants, when to consider them, and what to expect.

Infidelity in relationships

Infidelity can have a significant impact on mental health in relationships, leading to anxiety, depression, and trauma. Learn about the effects of infidelity and tips for coping with the aftermath.

Overcoming a breakup

Breakups can be challenging, but there are steps you can take to overcome the pain and move on. Learn how to find closure and begin the process of healing after a breakup.

Self Care in Depression

Depression can be challenging to manage, but practicing self-care can help. Learn about the benefits of self-care and how it can help you manage depression.

Workplace toxicity

Workplace politics, job insecurity, and a volatile work environment can all contribute to depression. Learn how to navigate these challenges and recognize the signs of depression in the workplace.

History of depression

Learn about the long and varied history of depression and why testing for this condition is crucial for proper diagnosis and treatment. Explore the different types of tests used to assess depression and how they can help individuals manage their symptoms

Assumptions in Relationships

Unknowingly expecting things that are toxic or suffocating can harm …

Schizophrenia Myths vs. Facts

Learn about the common myths and facts surrounding schizophrenia, a complex mental illness that affects millions worldwide. Dispelling these misconceptions can help reduce stigma and promote a better understanding of the disorder, its symptoms, and treatments.

Schizophrenia real life story

Read the gripping story of Emily, a young woman who battles schizophrenia in this real-life thriller. Learn about the symptoms, treatment, and recovery of this debilitating disorder that affects millions worldwide.

setting boundaries in relationships

Maintaining healthy relationships requires establishing and enforcing boundaries that promote …

Attachment style in relationships

Attachment theory is a psychological model that explains how early …

communication in relationships

Communication is the key to maintaining healthy relationships. This blog discusses the importance of effective communication in building trust, resolving conflicts, and fostering intimacy between partners.

Relationship health

Mental illness can have a significant impact on romantic relationships, affecting communication, emotional intimacy, and overall relationship satisfaction. This blog discusses the challenges that individuals with mental illness and their partners face in maintaining healthy relationships, as well as strategies for navigating these challenges.

deal with toxic managers

A toxic manager can make work life miserable. But you don't have to suffer in silence. This blog provides 10 tips for dealing with a toxic manager, including setting boundaries, staying positive, and seeking support. Learn how to take control of your work environment and create a happier and healthier workplace

Workplace communication

Effective communication is crucial for success in the workplace. This blog provides 10 tips for improving your communication skills, including being clear and concise, using empathy, choosing the right medium, and practicing active listening. By following these tips, you can build stronger relationships with your colleagues, reduce misunderstandings, and boost productivity.

Dealing with workplace ambiguity

Meta Description: Appraisal ambiguity can create stress and frustration for employees. In this blog, we discuss five tips to deal with appraisal ambiguity at the workplace, including seeking clarification, tracking accomplishments, being proactive, preparing for the review, and keeping a positive attitude

Mental health stigma

This blog discusses the impact of mental health stigma in the workplace, including the pressure to maintain a work-life balance and the culture of silence surrounding mental health issues. It also explores the history of mental health stigma and provides tips for breaking the cycle of silence and shame.

Losing a job can trigger feelings of imposter syndrome, leading to self-doubt and low self-esteem. This blog offers tips for overcoming imposter syndrome after a layoff, including focusing on your skills and seeking support from mental health professionals.

Layoffs and mental health

Losing a job can have a significant impact on your mental health. In this blog, we will discuss tips for overcoming the effects of job loss and fighting unemployment. Learn how to take care of your mental health and find new opportunities

One of the key elements that set the Joker apart from other comic book villains is his lack of a clear motive or goal. Unlike other villains who have a specific plan or desire, the Joker's primary objective seems to be causing chaos and destruction for its own sake.

Depression vs sadness

Self-care for depression starts with recognizing the difference between sadness and depression and seeking professional help. It is important to understand that depression is a treatable condition and there is no shame in reaching out for support.

As the saying goes, “It’s just business, nothing personal.” But …

Workplace mental health

Workplace stress can have a serious impact on your mental …

Narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) is a mental health condition characterized …

Discover the true meaning of being an introvert and the impact of social anxiety in this informative and blog post. Stop the misusage of these terms and learn to recognize the distinction between the two

Depression in third world

Explore the differences between depression in first-world and third-world countries, including the causes, symptoms, and access to treatment. Learn about the challenges and obstacles faced by individuals with depression in both types of countries

Breaking up is never easy, it’s like losing a part …

It's important to remember that depression is not just a feeling, but a real problem with the brain's chemistry. With the right help, however, the brain can learn to send the right messages again, and we can feel better and happier!

According to a study conducted by the National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS), nearly 6-7% of the Indian population is affected by depression, but only a fraction of these people receive the treatment they need.

Nietzsche and sufism

The concept of metamorphosis in life is central to both …

Discovering oneself is a journey toward personal growth and self-discovery …

Self-actualization is the process of fulfilling one’s potential and becoming …

Your willingness to wrestle with your demons will cause your …

Gen Z mental health

The generation that is ready to videotape a bear hurdling …

Peterpan Syndrom

J.M. Barrie wrote Peter pan as a character who never …

Narcissistic personality disorder

In Greek Mythology, Narcissus was the son of the river …

Self Love

I lost touch with all my friends I’m in my …


Who needs therapy when I have tea? A cup of …

Existential Crisis

In Kota, India, a lot of students end their lives …

Duck Syndrom

Think of a cute little duck just waddling around in …

Anti Natalism

"Our request of people to stop having biological children is not because we think children are terrible. It is because we think children are wonderful, innocent, and deserving far more than what this world can offer them in its current condition."

Toxic Positivity

The urge to have positive emotions all the time and avoid the negative ones starts pushing us towards hedonism and we start believing that seeking pleasure must be our ultimate aim.

Imposter Syndrome

Imposter syndrome (IS) is the inability to believe one’s success …

Napoleon complex

Rumors say that his lack of height was made up for by his personality: irritable, shrewd, self-assertive (which is justifiable as he was a leader), and overly aggressive.

Placing yourself above everyone else simply means you are important to yourself. You can prioritize yourself above everyone else at the same time can empathize with others. However, you cannot be a narcissist and empathize with others. Narcissism and empathy are like oil and water. They cannot mix.

A person standing confidently with their head held high, representing self validation and inner strength

Those with low self-esteem and consequently low self-validation generally have a lower quality of life. They often have negative feelings about themselves more often than others. They constantly indulge in self-criticism, which leads to unrelenting feelings of anxiety, sadness, shame, guilt, or even depression.

A person reaching new heights symbolizing self actualization and personal growth

For a person to be self-actualized there has to be a congruence between the real self (your present self with behavior, beliefs, etc.) and the ideal self (what you would want to become).