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For people living with trauma, the coronavirus outbreak can be a trigger, or familiar psychological territory
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For people living with trauma, the coronavirus outbreak can be a trigger, or familiar psychological territory

Trauma tampers with our ability to make sense of the world with the help of previously acquired templates. This is similar to living through a pandemic, where no one knows what events will transpire and what their outcomes will be.

Brian Lara reveals experiencing 'feeling of despair' during his career's peak; says intensity of franchise cricket could be burden for players
First Cricket News

Brian Lara reveals experiencing 'feeling of despair' during his career's peak; says intensity of franchise cricket could be burden for players

Recently, some Australian cricketers, including star all-rounder Glenn Maxwell took a break from the game to battle mental health issues. Lara said every player's cry for help in a taxing schedule should be paid attention to.

Rahul Dravid reiterates importance of mental health at age-group level; says it is big challenge, needs to be handled by professionals
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Rahul Dravid reiterates importance of mental health at age-group level; says it is big challenge, needs to be handled by professionals

Rahul Dravid also said that he, as a NCA director, is looking to bring in professionals to deal with the issue.

Virat Kohli calls Glenn Maxwell's admission of mental health issues 'remarkable', says he went through same phase in 2014
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Virat Kohli calls Glenn Maxwell's admission of mental health issues 'remarkable', says he went through same phase in 2014

Mental health of elite cricketers has come into spotlight after star batsman Maxwell took a break to deal with his unspecified problems followed by young batsman Nic Maddinson.

Should therapy be political? Influence of social factors on mental health may make a case for such an approach
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Should therapy be political? Influence of social factors on mental health may make a case for such an approach

Expressing politics through therapy ultimately means having a political opinion in the first place, before eventually recognising that the issues of the client who comes for therapy also have socio-political roots.

WHO's recognition of 'gaming disorder' upsets video game enthusiasts, makers, but could usher in necessary reform
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WHO's recognition of 'gaming disorder' upsets video game enthusiasts, makers, but could usher in necessary reform

Last month, after several years of consideration, the World Health Organisation released the 11th edition of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) which added “gaming disorder” to its official list of identified mental health conditions

As mental healthcare remains inaccessible to most, narrative therapy provides an inclusive approach
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As mental healthcare remains inaccessible to most, narrative therapy provides an inclusive approach

Narrative therapy puts the therapist and the client on the same level, which allows the client to know that their choices are respected and that a safe space is available to them

Atasi, a documentary about mental health, shows the focus should be on the person, not the 'problem'
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Atasi, a documentary about mental health, shows the focus should be on the person, not the 'problem'

Atasi tells the story of a woman who battles years of emotional and physical abuse, and uses love as a strength rather than a solution to her mental health issues

Autistic adults who use Facebook in moderation tend to be happier than those who don't: Study
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Autistic adults who use Facebook in moderation tend to be happier than those who don't: Study

Over 50 percent participants who used Facebook, were happier than those who did not.

People checking their Facebook wall often tend to be sad and unhealthy claims study
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People checking their Facebook wall often tend to be sad and unhealthy claims study

Studies showed that increased use of Facebook was closely linked to "compromised social, physical and psychological health".

Research claims that excessive use of smartphone is bad for mental health
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Research claims that excessive use of smartphone is bad for mental health

Excess use of smartphone and other devices may lead to attention, behaviour and self-regulation problems for adolescents already at risk for mental health issues, warns new research.

AIB's video on how Indians perceive mental illness makes a hard-hitting point; watch it here
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AIB's video on how Indians perceive mental illness makes a hard-hitting point; watch it here

AIB points out how ridiculous we would sound if we spoke about an illness like typhoid the same way we speak about depression and other mental health problems