28Nov

How To Care For Your Mental Health

Mental health is connected to our psychological, emotional, and social well-being. How we think, act, feel and respond highly depends on our mental health. According to a South China Morning Post report, the figures among university students are worse: 69 percent reported symptoms of depression, while 54 percent suffer from anxiety. It is thus necessary […]

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20Nov

Sometimes, Be Hard to Reach

Many of us are too good to be humans; Benevolence, caregiver, unsolicited provision, name it… We exhibit all of these wonderful virtues in a bid to make society conducive for all. But oftentimes, in our quest to do most of these, we overlook ourselves, forgetting that we too are humans, who should be given attention. […]

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17Nov

Quantifying the depth of your Activities

Today, busy people are often viewed as very responsible and valuable individuals. Not having leisure time is now a converted status quo. People are constantly plunging into ignorance over what over-scheduling themselves can do to their mental-wellbeing. In society today, a person’s dignity is supposedly a direct coefficient of his activity level. Thus people now […]

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26Oct

Productive Meditation

People have practiced meditation for millennia to understand and interact with the mystical and sacred forces behind life. Nowadays, people now meditate to ease their minds and body.  Meditating engages your mind and body while eliminating streams of distractions and unnecessary thoughts that can stress your mind and body. Productive meditation is a type of […]

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Am I Ok?

26Oct

Am I Ok?

In the chaos of the modern world, having a nagging concern over your mental health and asking personal questions like “Am I OK?” is not unexpected, nor is it unhealthy. But, typically, if you can wake up, go through your day, and fall asleep without extreme distress or discomfort, that would be considered “OK.”  This […]

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26Oct

Mental Health and Daily Living

Scientists believe that humans are yet to maximize as little as 50% of their full capacity. So you can imagine what happens to that much-untapped potential lying inside of us. One way to get closer to beating this score would be to connect our body and mind consciously.  That is to say, we must actively […]

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26Oct

Don’t Work Alone

If you are just like me and find solace in solitude, here is some information for you. I want to refer to myself as an introvert who prefers not to mingle with others unless it is inevitable. But with time, I have realized that working independently has both its spec and downsides, with the downsides […]

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Why Everday Empathy?

19Oct

Why Everyday Empathy?

The idea for Everyday Empathy is simple: To provide people with the support to manage and develop their well-being. That is the principle behind everything we do.  We chose our name to remind us why this support is important. We hope to inspire empathy in everyday actions, to help people to share, and to provide […]

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19Oct

Therapeutic Relationship Between Counsellor and Client

Everybody relates to life differently, and we might argue that it is due to our level of exposure or educational attainment. But there exists at least an iota of our life history in determining how we relate to life. It is almost impossible for one who has had perfectly working eyes all his life to […]

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19Oct

Different Types of Stress

Stress is a very common problem; nowadays, it is practically unavoidable. We all experience it at some point. Although we have moved past having issues with stress, the problem now is identifying the type of stress you are going through. Knowing the type of stress, you are suffering from helps you take action before it […]

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