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Mental Health Crisis Could Cost The World $16 Trillion By 2030

“No other health condition in humankind has been neglected as much as mental health has,” said Vikram Patel, co-lead author, "Lancet Commission” report

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Death Is Not The Answer

Let us change the perception from ‘mad people see Psychiatrists’ to ‘Smart people see Psychiatrists’ and work towards reducing suicides because death is not the answer

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Keep It Positive

Positive Psychology rests on the belief that people want to experience love, hope, joy and abundance; enhance their capabilities and live rich fulfilling lives

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Mental Health Is Everybody's Business In Today's World

In addition to the very recently notified legal obligation of the state, and all agencies for mental healthcare, there has been a slow but definitive emerging acceptance of the social obligation for mental healthcare

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Learning From The Game

Syed’s core argument is that greatness often can’t be attributed to just individual brilliance, but several other factors

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Human Nature

This is a good book for anyone interested in decision theory

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Know Your Portfolio

The book will make the investor more aware of the factors influencing one’s portfolio returns and make him more knowledgeable to have a better informed discussion with the investment advisor

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Anxiety At The Workplace

Anxiety disorders involve more than just temporary worry or fear. For a person with an anxiety disorder, the anxiety does not go away and can get worse over time

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The Cost Of Workaholism

Workaholism is unreasonably lauded in many cultures, because it lies on the far end of the ambition continuum. Talking about how busy one is and not having time for oneself or ones family, is somehow regarded as a badge of pride

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Increasing meditation reduces medication

Mindfulness, while being touted as the next generation of exercises, is probably over 3500 years old. It has its spiritual roots in ancient contemplative practices that were followed in India

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Get Ready To Roar With Simba

With research showing how beer is increasingly becoming the drink of choice, here is another homegrown beer all set to take the market by storm

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Mental Health And Corporate India

Corporate India must realize that employees’ intellectual wealth is linked to their physical and mental health. Therefore, it is important to view health and wellness in a holistic manner

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It Never Gets Easier. You Just Get Better

Great organizations and their leaders build a culture that values initiative, accountability and resilience. They offer their employees challenges and psychological bandages to help them grow stronger by facing adversities

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White Powder In Kitchen That's Slowly Killing You

Salt is basically sodium chloride the biggest contributor to sodium in our diet. Salt does not only refer to table salt but also those that we consume via packaged/canned and tinned products, preserved and processed foodstuffs

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The Roots Of Giving

Together, let us take a pledge to give generously, with an attitude of being a channel of blessings through whom this grace and energy flows, rather than a possessor and giver of what ‘we’ own

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