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Couples Therapy Season 2 creators discuss remote counselling format, common pandemic domestic woes
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Couples Therapy Season 2 creators discuss remote counselling format, common pandemic domestic woes

Couples Therapy Season 2 lets viewers eavesdrop on real-life counselling sessions of relationships struggling due to the coronavirus lockdown

COVID-19 crisis' toll on mental, menstrual health raises challenges in treating conditions like PMDD, and greater awareness
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COVID-19 crisis' toll on mental, menstrual health raises challenges in treating conditions like PMDD, and greater awareness

Often dismissed as being “part and parcel of being a woman” or simply brushed aside as being “just PMS”, Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) lies at the intersection of two deeply stigmatised issues in India — menstruation and mental health.

Languishing, the neglected child of mental health, can dull your motivation and focus. It may be the dominant emotion of 2021
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Languishing, the neglected child of mental health, can dull your motivation and focus. It may be the dominant emotion of 2021

As scientists and physicians work to treat and cure the physical symptoms of long-haul Covid, many people are struggling with the emotional long-haul of the pandemic.

Bio-bubble is tough but Indians 'a bit more tolerant', says Sourav Ganguly
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Bio-bubble is tough but Indians 'a bit more tolerant', says Sourav Ganguly

Indians are "more tolerant" to deal with mental health issues than cricketers from countries like England and Australia, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said on Tuesday as he acknowledged the challenge the strict bio-secure environments pose for the players.

Read an excerpt from It's Also About Mynah, Rucha Chitrodia's contemporary take on adulting in a big city
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Read an excerpt from It's Also About Mynah, Rucha Chitrodia's contemporary take on adulting in a big city

It's Also About Mynah is a coming-of-age narrative that unfolds through the eponymous Mynah's experiences of living in the old mill district of Mumbai and of the hard truths about 'adulting' that she must learn along the way.

Tokyo man charged over cyberbullying and online abuse after Netflix star’s suicide
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Tokyo man charged over cyberbullying and online abuse after Netflix star’s suicide

The man was fined to pay $80 over online abuse directed at a Japanese star, Hana Kimura, of Netflix reality show Terrace House who died by suicide in May 2020.

Fast fashion's mental health impact: How sustainability, upcycling can help reduce environmental, psychological stress
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Fast fashion's mental health impact: How sustainability, upcycling can help reduce environmental, psychological stress

While the fashion industry aims to target and exploit one end of society by encouraging high-spending behaviour, it demands the exploitation of another end of society with inhumane labour practices.

Survivor's guilt is a growing issue among those grieving COVID-19 losses; timely intervention could alleviate distress 
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Survivor's guilt is a growing issue among those grieving COVID-19 losses; timely intervention could alleviate distress 

A particular type of response called survivor’s guilt can occur when people lose loved ones due to a traumatic event, or when they themselves experienced the threat but survived it.

For people with psychosocial disabilities and mental illness, medical gaslighting often mars access to healthcare
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For people with psychosocial disabilities and mental illness, medical gaslighting often mars access to healthcare

Often the long-term harm caused by medical gaslighting leads to trauma that needs medical attention.

Demi Lovato on her tell-all documentary Dancing with the Devil, coming out as queer, and seeking truth in recent years
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Demi Lovato on her tell-all documentary Dancing with the Devil, coming out as queer, and seeking truth in recent years

Demi Lovato opens up on why she wants to start living her truth, "When I look back at music in the past that was more hesitant to be as open as I am today, I feel like I just robbed myself of vulnerability in some of those songs"

A Pandemic Year for Women: How self-care made working through grief during a lockdown a little less challenging
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A Pandemic Year for Women: How self-care made working through grief during a lockdown a little less challenging

This essay is from our International Women’s Day 2021 series, about women who rose to the challenges of being mothers, artists, professionals, students, and above all — individuals trying to make their way through an unprecedented time — over this pandemic year.

Happiness gap: Do people somehow develop better-coping skills as they age?
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Happiness gap: Do people somehow develop better-coping skills as they age?

After middle age, people become more aware of a narrowing time horizon and begin to gravitate toward daily activities that are more pleasing than self-improving.

A Pandemic Year for Women: For a therapist, creating safe spaces for others meant finding one of her own
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A Pandemic Year for Women: For a therapist, creating safe spaces for others meant finding one of her own

This essay is from our International Women’s Day 2021 series, about women who rose to the challenges of being mothers, artists, professionals, students, and above all — individuals trying to make their way through an unprecedented time — over this pandemic year.

Read an excerpt from Nandini Murali's Left Behind, a profound narrative on dealing with suicide loss
Arts & Culture

Read an excerpt from Nandini Murali's Left Behind, a profound narrative on dealing with suicide loss

Drawing on her own experiences and research, she writes a narrative that is profound and heartbreaking, and through her work, addresses not just the act itself but the shame, secrecy and guilt involved in dealing with its aftermath.

Virat Kohli reveals battle with depression, says he felt like 'loneliest guy in the world' during 2014 tour of England
First Cricket News

Virat Kohli reveals battle with depression, says he felt like 'loneliest guy in the world' during 2014 tour of England

Kohli remembered feeling alone despite the fact that there were supportive people in his life. He said professional help was what he needed.

Men, students made up majority of callers to India's first mental health helpline: Report
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Men, students made up majority of callers to India's first mental health helpline: Report

Around 75 percent of callers were people between ages 15 and 40, and around 18 percent were from people between ages 41 and 60.

As bubble life drags on, psychologists say cricketers need more support
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As bubble life drags on, psychologists say cricketers need more support

Cricket's long tours away from homes and family have often caused problems in the past but the restrictions of quarantine and bubble life are posing extra difficulties, experts say.

It's fitting that Marvel's first streaming show is a love letter to golden age of TV, says WandaVision director Matt Shakman
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It's fitting that Marvel's first streaming show is a love letter to golden age of TV, says WandaVision director Matt Shakman

In an exclusive interview, Matt Shakman breaks down the style of WandaVision, why it is inspired from classic family sitcoms, and how the show will shape Phase 4 of the MCU.

Fifty percent of elderly suffer from chronic diseases, 40 percent are disabled: LASI Wave 1 report
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Fifty percent of elderly suffer from chronic diseases, 40 percent are disabled: LASI Wave 1 report

The LASI Wave 1 field survey, conducted across 35 states and UT from April 2017 to December 2018, was released by Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan.