Psychology

Mental disorders are brain disorders – here’s why that matters

Although many treatments are available today, they continue to involve a great deal of guesswork. Camilla Nordis Almost everyone reading…

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How to deal with bullying from your past

Bullying is not just limited to playgrounds or classrooms. Vicious bullying takes place online every day. It can happen among…

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The Politics of Pain

For thousands of years, the statement ‘I am in pain’ was an emotional as well as a physical claim. Rob…

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Indifference is a Power!

The truth is, indifference really is a power, selectively applied, and living in such a way is not only eminently…

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How to take things less personally

Devoting your attention and energy to what you can control can make it easier to accept and tolerate what you…

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One woman’s six-word mantra that has helped to calm millions

The nervously ill person usually notices each new symptom in alarm, listens-in in apprehension, and yet at the same time…

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Kids are natural philosophers

Kids ponder some of the deepest questions a person can ask. Why is the world here? What’s our part in…

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Schedule Caste People commit more suicides than others in Sindh

The major reasons behind the suicides are poverty, unemployment, falling socio-economic status, marital issues, domestic violence, addiction to drugs and…

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There are eyes everywhere!

Kafka warned us: surveillance turns the watched into watchers George Alligeris There are eyes everywhere. They watch us in offices…

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How to calm your inner storm (Part-II)

Most people learn how to regulate their emotions when they’re growing up. But for some, the strategies they adopt are…

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