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One-Sided Love

Love, the word itself is as beautiful as the feelings it evokes in a person. It not only changes and transforms you but also how you think and see the world, making...
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Which Foods Can Help You Fight Corona Virus?

What is this disease actually? Corona virus disease (COVID-19) is a virus that has recently been revealed; whose major risk is the unavailability of vaccines and no specific...

Everything You Need to Know About Toxic Relationship

How many of us have a perfect relationship? A good relationship makes us feel secure, happy, respected, cared and free to be ourselves. If we are in a relationship we feel relax...

Inside the Mind of an Emotionally Abused Person

WHAT did IT mean? Abuse, this word is generally related to the trauma of any sort. Usually when you hear or use this word the first image that pops up in anyone’s...

Things To Do While in The Quarantine to Kill Boredom

Quarantine days can really get on your nerves at one point, especially when you’re fond of spending your salary on food and karaoke nights out with your friends. So, while many of...

Is Social Media Bringing People Together or Tearing Them Apart?

SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE BLISS AROUND IT Lives nowadays are directly linked with social media, whatever we do; whatever we have it must be journaled on our channels. Like...

Six Ways To Calm Your Anxiety And Stress

“Self-care isn’t selfish; it is an act of generosity.” Nowadays, we are living in a world where everyone is leading a busy life. The impact of such a hectic...

Introverts Vs. Extroverts: How their minds work?

INTROVERTS Google defines an introvert as a person who is reserved and reticent. Anyone who does not like socializing and is not fond of meeting new people instead of like their own...

Living With Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)

According to statistics provided by WebMD, dissociative identity disorder affects around 1% of the world’s population while around 7% of the world’s population may be suffering from some form of unidentified dissociative...

The Infrastructural Rights – What We Deserve, And What We Got

Infrastructure is the basic physical and organizational structures and facilities (e.g. buildings, roads, power supplies) needed for the operation of a society or enterprise. The State Infrastructure: According...

How Marketers are using Social Media Platforms for Charities

Charities and NGOs have used direct marketing like phone calls, print, street advertising, etc. to reach out to their potential customers. For charities, customers can literally be anyone in the crowd, and...

How Introverts Manage to Deal with Mental Health Issues

Introverts are reserved and very quiet we all know that they seem to be awkward in maintaining social relations. They just cannot open up easily as extroverts. They love to spend time...

What are 2020’s Popular Social Behaviors and Patterns in GEN-Z

WHO IS GEN-Z? Generation Z is the generation that was born between 1996-2010 following millennials. This generation had grown up with the internet and has been raised on the internet....

Social Stigma and Mental Health

According to estimates provided by the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation, 792 million people were dealing with mental health issues in the year, 2017, worldwide, most of whom avoided getting professional...