Some researchers have called quarantine and lockdown due to COVID-19 possibly one of the biggest “psychological experiments” on earth.
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.
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.
Has this time at home made you reevaluate what it is you really want to be doing in life?
This is a time when most of us are finding new hobbies, whether it is cooking, gardening, or reading.
No one knows how long this pandemic will last and by now we ought to realise that we are in this for the long haul.
Death comes to us all. It is mostly unexpected but a variety of factors, such as the way we choose to live our lives and the choices we make, could give us an idea of how long we will be around.
As we continue to deal with COVID-19, we have seen health care workers (HCWs), and particularly those who have to make use of public transportation, become victims of stigma and discrimination.
A couple weeks ago we discussed some of the things we can do to keep ourselves busy during our time at home.
It has been said that with a strong personal identity, we can withstand powerful storms.
Last week we discussed the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the most contagious pandemic since the Spanish flu 100 years ago.
It has been announced that Guyana has had its first case of the Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) which has now been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO).
There are many different types of love. There is the love we feel for our families, the love we feel for our children and the love we feel for our partners, for example.
MONEY can be one of the most difficult subjects for a couple to discuss.
Not all of us grow up to be secure, comfortable and confident in who we are.
As parents we do our best to ensure our child has everything they could possibly need but sometimes we don’t always strike a balance.
A personality disorder is defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) as “an enduring pattern of inner experience and behavior that deviates markedly from the expectations of that individual’s culture, is pervasive and inflexible, has an onset in adolescence or early childhood, is stable over time and leads to distress or impairment in one’s daily life.”
It’s not uncommon to feel as though we are overburdened with problems, be it work or family related.
Stress is a part of life and it isn’t always a bad thing.
What is autism? Autism or autism spectrum disorder is a developmental disorder that affects the way a person interacts and communicates with their environment and those around them.