Setting Boundaries: How to Say ‘No’ Without Feeling Guilty?

Is saying No a hard nut for you to crack? Well! You are not alone in this queue. There are more people like you who find it difficult to say no or define a boundary, thus allowing people to intrude in their personal space. It not only kills your mental peace and sanity but also… Continue reading Setting Boundaries: How to Say ‘No’ Without Feeling Guilty?

Quick Stress Busters: Activities to Calm Your Mind on Busy Days

Busy days are overwhelming, be they personal or professional. This feeling can start to convert into stress, leaving you devastated, thereby affecting your performance and efficiency. However, it is not a no-escape situation, and you can handle it with a few quick stress-bursting hacks. The secret is hidden in your mind only. You just have… Continue reading Quick Stress Busters: Activities to Calm Your Mind on Busy Days

A Complete Guide of Social Anxiety Disorder

Have you ever felt uneasy or worried before a first date or public speech, this might just classify as shyness or nervousness. There are some who may experience severe feelings brought on by these circumstances, including a racing heart, continuous anxiety, and an overpowering feeling of unease. This elevated emotional reaction is commonly known as… Continue reading A Complete Guide of Social Anxiety Disorder

Treating Anxiety Disorders:A Detailed Guide

Anxiety is an emotion that every human being experiences in their daily life. It can sometimes be before a meeting with your boss or before appearing for a national-level exam. We often call this feeling being ‘scared’ or ‘fear,’ which is also true. Anxiety is understood as a constant fear of an event that has not… Continue reading Treating Anxiety Disorders:A Detailed Guide

Understanding Different Types of Mental Health Disorders

Mental health is the holistic well-being of an individual’s emotional, psychological, and social state. It is the foundation upon which people build their emotions, perceptions, decisions, and actions. However, sometimes, internal and external factors can disrupt this mental equilibrium, leading to disorders. Recognizing and understanding these disorders is the first step to seeking assistance, healing, and cultivating compassion.