The growing demands
of modern times, changing values and expectations, shifting relationships, the shrinking space to explore oneself and rapid physical and mental changes put adolescents in the state of perplexity and may not be able to comprehend the changes properly. This may lead to the experience of stress from mild to severe.
The growing demands
No matter how much we try to advocate the change in awareness in mental well-being and how much we talk about our Emotional and Mental Health, unless we be true to our mental wellbeing and emphasize as it exactly like of Physical Health, it’s never going to be any different.
Occupational therapy, sometimes called “OT”, aims to improve physical and mental health through engaging individuals in activity.Routines of everyday life like cooking and washing as well as leisure pursuits such as sport and music are activities that “occupy” our lives and help give it purpose.
-Sujan Shrestha and Kripa Sigdel In today’s busy world human life has been reduced to mere mechanistic ritual of making a livelihood. Every adult’s life is subsumed by the conundrums of their work which after some times have the greater likelihood of being monotonous. Being in the constant pressure of workload, deadlines, pleasing the boss, …
Nearly 3000 people on average commit suicide daily according to world health organization .Every year about one million people die by suicide and up to 25 times as many make a suicide attempts .Behind these statistics are the individual stories of those who have for many different reasons ,questioned the value of their lives. More people die from suicide than from murder and war; It is the 13th leading cause of death worldwide.
Yesterday, I went to watch the Nepali movie ‘Parva’ starred by Namrata Shrestha and Koshish Chhetri. Initially I thought it was a horror movie and anticipated to have some goose bumps and heartbeats racing over the scenes. And frankly there were some episodes of that anticipation of the horror but my expectation of it being …