Time to talk about men’s mental health- Part 1: The prevailing stigma

October 20th, 2016 | Rachael

There is a prevailing notion in society that men who have mental health issues are somehow weak. There is a stigma attached to men’s mental health issues. It often prevents people from seeking help or support. Across cultures, societies are built on the perceived notion that men must be strong, but they sadly fail to […]

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Schizotypal personality disorder: a disorder that closely matches schizophrenia

October 14th, 2016 | Rachael

Many people are aware of the mental illness schizophrenia, however, there are other disorders that closely match the disease in terms of symptoms, conditions, and effects. These disorders are similar in nature but are not as severe as schizophrenia. The schizotypal personality disorder is one such condition. Mental disorders may cause people to think and […]

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Creativity, Sylvia Plath effect and suicide: The melancholic bond

October 3rd, 2016 | Rachael

Poets are considered to be extremely creative as they possess a perspective that is different and more profound than that of others. They have the ability to put across a range of issues succinctly through their poems. Often, these poems explore the hidden truths and facets of the society and its culture. However, it is […]

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