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Tidy Up To Improve Your Mental

Improving Your Mental Health By Tidying Up: Say Bye Bye to Mess

A friend of mine ends up cleaning her room every time she feels low or distressed. When I got to know about this behavior or as I would...
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Kick Start Your Day with these 5 Simple Habits

Morning…...may not be a pleasant word to hear for a majority of the population. We hate moving out of the bed and go to office, school or college...
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An Overview of Generalized Anxiety Disorder: DSM-5

Have you ever heard statements like “I was always patient before, now I am unable to relax constantly!” from your loved ones, family members, or friends? If I...
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Know Yourself Inside Out The Carl Jung Way

Humans as a species is constantly involved in the process of knowing ourselves inside out. I am sure you must have come across various articles, theories and philosophies,...
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Understanding Your Body’s Biological Clock And Its Importance

The body’s biological clock became a hot discussion when a study by American scientists Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young won a Nobel prize in...
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EUPD – Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder and Its Symptoms

EUPD or Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder can be described as stress and problems that a person faces and undergoes. A person experiencing emotional instability may project a self-destructive...
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Psychopath vs Sociopath: What’s The Difference?

While working in the office, chilling at the cafe or attending any family function, I have observed different traits of people. Like, have you ever watched the movie...
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‘Big Five Model’ of Personality Traits

The research of the Big Five  Personality traits started with the research of D.W Fiske (1949) and later expanded by various researchers like Paul Costa and Robert McCrae....
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What is PAWS? Read About Symptoms of PAWS

List Of Content: Introduction What is PAWS Symptoms of PAWS Introduction About PAWS: I have observed that there is a misconception that quitting alcohol, smoke or substances is...
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