Many a time students end up opting for a course or college, only to realise soon that it is not their actual calling. It might be the place (college/university), its people, course, or some other reason which leads the student to drop out. In case you are wanting to drop out of college for some reason, make sure you ask yourself these six questions listed in this article.
Do you sometimes respond in a similar manner to different situations? For instance, taking things meant in a general sense personally? This could be because of certain core beliefs that you hold. This article throws light on what core beliefs are, why it is important to have a conscious understanding of them, and how we can get rid of unhelpful core beliefs that we hold.
Studying abroad undoubtedly opens up a plethora of new opportunities for students. However, it does bring along a host of challenges, of which mental health issues could be significant. This article talks about the importance of mental health counselling for students who choose to study abroad and how they can have easier access to counselling services.
Mindful eating is a practice that aids digestion, helps us enjoy our meals better, and has multiple other health benefits. This article discusses what mindful eating is and the little steps we can take towards practicing the art of mindful eating.
This article talks about the need to be sensitive towards people of alternate sexualities and how one can empathise with them. We then dive into some important pointers on how to be sensitive, inclusive, and understanding towards queer students from a queer-sensitive/inclusive therapist.
Extra curricular activities are a great way to diversify your interests, find things to enjoy doing in your free time, as well as provide a deeper reflection of who you are on your portfolio. If you’re unsure of which activity to pick up, this article provides a few co curricular activities and extracurricular activities examples in different fields, as well as how to go about pursuing them, to help you find one that fits your personality and talents.
In the hustle and bustle of modern, contemporary lives, are there any habits that were practiced and propagated by our ancestors that are now forgotten? Can some simple, but seemingly “old-school” practices help us function more effectively in our everyday lives and even deal better with stress? Read on to know.
As the year 2022 has come to an end, we ring in the new year with a sense of rejuvenation and change. The earth has moved around the moon yet again, the time has flown by, challenges have come and gone, and opportunities are endless. Have you created some resolutions for yourselves in this new year and want to ensure that you stick to them? This article can help you. Read on.
People are intelligent, social and emotional by nature. So how do these facets play out in your life? Are you emotionally intelligent enough to not fly off the handle at the drop of a hat? Can you regulate your feelings easily or recognise what the other person is going through? These are some important features which affect us all. Let’s read on to learn more about the importance of emotional intelligence.
It is common for people to feel anxious in different situations. It could be before a job interview, while waiting for an exam result, after a fallout with friends, and the likes of it. It is important to know what exactly to say to our loved ones going through anxiety and what not to, such that interacting with us only makes them feel better and doesn’t escalate their feelings of worry.