Health

Counseling approach to change behavior more helpful than looking for the root cause

Only insight generation inpatient does not cause healing because insight explores “Why the problem occurred” rather than “What we should do regarding that”. It is now seen that intellectu...

Operating on the reality at the ‘formal operational’ level

At an abstract level, Piaget’s conception of formal operation gives a picture of “operations on operations” (Kuhn, 1979; Byrnes, 1988). It is a system of second-order operations (Roberge & ...

Lockdown Journey: An Un-Knocked Situation?

Right from the lockdown period to the unlock period, the situation has made the current status of crisis even more unmanageable. The frequency with which the situation has turned out has been rep...

What Is Verbal Bullying?

Some of the factors which are important to keep in mind as to prevent this aspect of verbal abuse/bullying....

What Is To Be Kept In Mind While Talking With Someone Who Is Suffering From Anxiety?

Anxiety is a natural response to some stressor or distressing situation. Anxiety can be defined as ''An unpleasant feeling of distress, fear, tension and worry which results in bodily changes and...

How Is Creativity And Coping Interconnected?

Creativity works as a great coping mechanism for children and adults. Coping is important in order to regulate thoughts and emotions in a positive way....

What Can Be The Impact Of Child Abuse On The Mental Health Of The Child?

Child abuse is the point at which a parent or guardian, regardless of whether through activity or neglecting to act, causes injury, death , emotional  damage or danger to a child. There are nume...

What Are Eating disorders?

Eating disorders are illnesses in which individuals experience disturbances influences in their eating practices and related musings and feelings. Individuals with dietary issues ordinarily becom...

What Is The Psychology Behind Phobias?

Phobia is an irrational, persistent fear of something, where 'something' can be specific objects or situations or may involve social interactions. The fear must interfere negatively with a person...