Mind Your Health

Dealing with the loss of a child

We know that death must come to us all but it’s never usually something we can readily accept, especially when it hits close to us, such as the death of a close friend, or a relative, or perhaps most dreadfully one of our own children.

You need not worry excessively about what to say. According to one study, children just want to “hear the truth expressed in kind words.” (Image by Mohamed Hassan from Pixabay)
You need not worry excessively about what to say. According to one study, children just want to “hear the truth expressed in kind words.” (Image by Mohamed Hassan from Pixabay)

Talking to your child about death

Death is often a sore subject and one that adults like to avoid talking about.

A group of men stand and sit around a table on Robb Street for a game of dominoes while not adhering to social distancing protocols for COVID-19

The psychology of the Guyanese man and COVID-19

There has been uproar in our society about why, despite there being an information overload on the novel coronavirus, that most men still seem to be overlooking safety precautions by not wearing masks, not practicing social distancing and “liming” when they should be at home.

Image by Tumisu from Pixabay

Help for domestic violence victims

Since many places across the world have been forced to institute lockdowns, where citizens are forced to stay in our homes and go out only when absolutely necessary, we have seen an increase in the domestic violence cases.

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