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A beautiful mind
The mind intrigues me. I often wonder about how delicate and yet powerful it is. It has a significant impact on the course, and outcome of life. It needs deliberate care, and should never to be taken for granted.
Psychiatrists urge more investment on mental health in workplace
As part of efforts to improve mental health in workplaces, psychiatrists have urged employers of labour both private and government institutions to start spending resources on emotional and social wellbeing of employees in workplace.
Guarding your mental health: Red flags to watch
Most people feel that mental disorders are rare, and would not happen to them or members of their family. This is largely false! Mental Health illnesses are very common.
Wealth from mental health
Depression, anxiety disorders, and other mental illnesses can cost employers a lot of money. In fact, a recent WHO led study estimated that depression and anxiety disorders alone cost the global economy US$ 1 trillion each year...
Mental health: Towards a healthy workplace environment
As Tuesday, October 10, marks World Mental Health Day, the public has been advised to cultivate a lifestyle that can prevent mental illness.
Mental health and me
My first few therapy sessions were strange. Having usually been someone who bottled things up, this opportunity to safely let things out felt unusual to me at first.
Mental health and me
Telling my parents I wanted to see a psychologist was no easy task. No parent ever wants to hear there is something wrong with their child, and most especially something as misunderstood as a mental illness.
Spike in mental health cases: Matters arising
Mental health is one of the issues, which most African societies have failed to tackle with the required and necessary vigour as well as institutional framework.
Borders of sanity
13 Oct 2016
Sir: Twice I met him in the canteen opposite the religious home where I venerate the Almighty Creator. One of those times, he asked me to buy him a meal.
Addressing rise in mental health disorders
10 Oct 2016
Studies have shown that the prevailing economic recession and violent crimes in the country, and indeed the world are responsible for rise in mental health disorders.