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BIPOLAR DISORDER: does it matter?

We all experience mood changes in response to our life events, somedays are brighter than yesterday while some are the darkest. It’s an experience we all must fight through and...

02 01 2021 / Posted by Social Media
What Are Some Important Learnings From 2020 to Carry Forward In 2021?

COVID-19 has profoundly affected lives around the globe with isolation, contact restrictions, and economic shutdown imposing a complete change to the psychosocial environment of affected countries. It has created global...

02 01 2021 / Posted by Social Media
Expansionism, a mental disorder: How such notions perpetuate stigma?

In a recent address to the soldiers along the India-Pakistan border in Longewala in Rajasthan, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasized the ideology of “territorial expansionism”, referring to it as...

22 12 2020 / Posted by Social Media
Ways to Work through Seasonal Affective Disorder this Winter

What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression related to changes in the seasons throughout the year. Usually, symptoms of SAD begin to appear...

20 12 2020 / Posted by Social Media
Let’s Talk about Epilepsy: Awareness and How to Battle it

In India, every year November 17 is observed as the National Epilepsy Day to create awareness about epilepsy. Epilepsy is a chronic disorder of the brain characterized by recurrent ‘seizures’...

17 12 2020 / Posted by Social Media
World Aids Day Awareness: AIDS and Mental Health

World Aids Day is observed every year on December 1 in order to raise awareness across the globe about AIDS and HIV. This day is dedicated towards uniting in the...

07 12 2020 / Posted by Social Media
International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day

*trigger warning: mention of suicide*   This day falls on the Saturday before Thanksgiving each year. In 2020, the International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day will fall on 21st November....

04 12 2020 / Posted by Social Media
Why Alzheimer’s Awareness is Necessary

Whenever we think of November, we think of festivities, positivity and hugs from our loved ones. However, along with Diwali, November is also known as the National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness...

03 12 2020 / Posted by Social Media
World Kindness Day

“Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.” – Dalai Lama Kindness is defined, as the quality of being friendly, generous and considerate. It is virtue inherent to human beings. However, amidst...

02 12 2020 / Posted by Social Media
Transgender Awareness: Why do we mark a day for this community?

Every year organizations and people all around the world celebrate Transgender Awareness Week which falls between the dates November 13- 19 to help raise visibility and awareness of people of...

30 11 2020 / Posted by Social Media