October is Mental Health Month — time to prioritise mental health for you and I

Last week (and in fact this whole month), WMH Day or World Mental Health Day (10 October) was observed in various ways all over the globe. From national campaigns to promote mental wellness to local efforts like lighting up commercial buildings as a show of support and solidarity for the cause. The state of mental … Continue reading October is Mental Health Month — time to prioritise mental health for you and I

My Monday Metrical Musings #49

Don't leave me behind Musings over World Mental Health Day (10 Oct 2021) & Emotional Wellness Month (Oct) Don't leave me behindI promise I'll be fineDon't leave me behindThey did, and the hurtWorsened over time. Don't leave me behindI promise I'll be fineDon't leave me behindHold my handIt's not a crime. Don't leave me behindI … Continue reading My Monday Metrical Musings #49

Mental Wellbeing #2 of 2: Parents, listen without prejudice!

Last week I wrote about the unfortunate, ongoing trend of parents who don't listen to their kids, invariably leading many of them into depression. Or worse. Today, I want to share some practical strategies to help parents, should mental health issues ever surface in our children. It'll also be my way to archive valuable info … Continue reading Mental Wellbeing #2 of 2: Parents, listen without prejudice!

Life Hack Book Review #1 – On World Mental Health Day 2020

Today is World Mental Health Day and here's what I found out. According to WHO, one in four people in the world will at some point in their lives suffer from a mental or neurological disorder. Think about that for a sec. One. In. Four. So in places like the United Kingdom where gatherings involving … Continue reading Life Hack Book Review #1 – On World Mental Health Day 2020