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4
Jul

SUICIDAL BEHAVIOUR- HOW

-Aishwarya Raghavan As mentioned in the previous article, Suicidal Behaviour- Why, suicide is not a mental illness but a serious potential consequence of treatable mental disorders that include major depression, bipolar disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, Schizophrenia, substance use disorders, anxiety disorders, and eating disorders like bulimia and anorexia nervosa. It is obvious suicidal thoughts are hard

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29
Jun

SUICIDAL BEHAVIOUR- WHY

-Aishwarya Raghavan  In the essay, The Myths of Sisyphus, Albert Camus- the author, writes about Sisyphus, whose existential purpose was nothing but absurdity. The man was supposed to push a rock uphill, only for it to roll back down once it reached the top and this ridiculous cascade was all that happened in his life. People wondered why the man

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25
Jun

INTO THE MIND OF A STALKER

-Aishwarya Raghavan Stalking, something most of us have done in a minor way, remember going through your exes’ profile secretly, or following your crush to get their attention? They are pretty much a lower level of stalking. But stalking doesn’t end there. Serial stalkers, the actual criminals to be terrified of, do way more dangerous things than just going through

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5
Jun

Does your dream mean anything ?

-Aishwarya Raghavan  Dreams, both the good ones and the not so good ones, are nothing but successions of sensations, emotions, ideas, and images that occur involuntarily in our mind during certain stages of sleep. The scientific study of these successions is called Oneirology. Though by definition, Oneirology is the study of dreams, it is more than just observing their patterns

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11
Apr

CYBERBULLYING AND ITS EFFECTS – By Aashikaa Srinivasan

Bullying and cyberbullying are becoming a major concern nowadays for people, especially teenagers/adolescents. Bullying can occur at schools, colleges and even work places. Even though cyberbullying might seem “less impactful” than traditional bullying, it is equally bad and can have worse consequences.  Cyberbullying is defined as intended and repeated harm caused by communication via the use of computers, mobile phones

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18
Feb

INFLUENCE OF ONLINE DATING DURING THE PANDEMIC COVID-19 – by Achintya Shree Vijay Sai

As COVID-19 slowly penetrates and settles into our day-to-day life, we begin to compare how each aspect of our lives was pre-covid versus during the pandemic. From our professional lives to our personal lives, not one dimension has been left unscathed. Romantic relationships are no exception to this. If someone in 1950 was told that in another 70 years online

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18
Feb

INFLUENCE OF CHANGING MINDSET OF PEOPLE ON INDIAN CINEMA – by Achintya Shree Vijay Sai

As people go on changing their views of society, we notice that social issues slowly start seeping into Indian cinema. Coincidence? I think not. We’ve heard about the idea that cinema shapes our mind and that the exaggerated versions of reality are what we think of as facts. But have you ever wondered if the facts and discussions that the

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18
Feb

PANDEMIC AND EATING DISORDERS – by Aiswarya Raghavan

It is indeed a true fact that the 2020 corona virus pandemic had an immense effect on our lifestyle. Some may be good but the negative effects are undeniably large. One of the major issues that this pandemic raised was the substantial increase in stress, anxiety and depression disorders in the population. Notably, groups at risk for mental health concerns,

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