Chat: How Do We Prefer to Communicate? The old assumption was that introverts prefer textual communication, while extroverts prefer in-person or voice communication. This statement takes a version upgrade when the internet happens and a further update when social media booms. More studies support the …
Can there be too much positivity? It’s possible. Positive psychology is a valuable tool and application to treat minor ailments and as a mental health maintenance and optimizer. However, we cannot dismiss the importance of the less desired emotions as they are eager to tell …
CARA Unmask Article about Depression
This article examines the gender differences in responses and experiences in depression. Many important questions are asked and we notice some common themes between the interviewed man and woman. These are the questions:
- When Did You First Experienced Depression? And How Did You Know You Were Depressed?
Were You Clinically Diagnosed? Were You Sufficiently Informed Of Your Diagnosis?
What Was The Treatment Plan? Was It Effective?
What Were Your Pillars Of Support For Your Recovery Journey?
Did You Share This Experience With Anyone? If Yes, How Did They React?
- Are You Recovered From Depression Now? Have You Had A Recurrence Since The Last Recovery?
How Have You Managed Your Recovery Journey?
- Any Words Of Advice For People Who May Suspect They Have Depression?
If You Could Turn Back The Clock, What Are Three Things You Would Have Done Differently For Your Mental Health?
(Unfortunately, the original article is no longer accessible, but I hope the bullet points provide some valuable topics to think about.)
This a question we have asked ourselves since our very first secret. Curiously, girls keep diaries, and boys do not; women share feelings easily with friends, while men struggle to talk about their feelings. Is keeping a mood journal useful? My Love Affair with “Dear …
What is Vanity? I quickly look vanity up on the definition, and I found this particular definition fitted for the blog’s content. vanity /ˈvanɪti/ excessive pride in or admiration of one’s own appearance or achievements (From Oxford Languages) Then, the boy digs deeper into the …