Self-care is essential during the pandemic. This applies to all — men and women, children and adults, and those from all walks of life. Why? Practicing self-care helps one rise above the pandemic situation. Self-care is all the more necessary for women as they can be the most vulnerable. In fact, the pandemic has disproportionately impacted
Caregiving is a very fulfilling profession. Nothing feels better than providing care and support to people who most need it. Despite its rewarding aspects, being a caregiver requires a lot of empathy, patience, and energy. Not only that, caregiving can be a time-consuming venture, which easily results in burnout and other mental health concerns. As
Skin care is a self-care practice for everyone. It’s not limited by gender, economic background, or geographical location, but those factors may play a part when it comes to a person’s product choices. In recent times, more and more people are becoming aware of how they take care of their skin by following or developing
Eating Disorders and Your Thoughts People develop eating disorders because they experience distressing beliefs and thoughts about their eating patterns, their bodies, and their weight. Some people with eating disorders think that eating will make them feel better. Others think that consuming food is the main source of their problems. Regardless of which category you belong
When you become a mom, there’s barely enough time to take care of other things on top of your childcare duties, much less keeping up with your usual skincare routine. Often, this leads many mothers to neglect themselves, either subconsciously or otherwise, which usually manifests through skin problems. While it’s perfectly understandable to let acne
Alcoholism remains to be one of the most pressing problems in various parts of the world. Over 100 million people worldwide suffer from alcohol use disorder. It is one of the major reasons why countless families are suffering hell-like situations every day. This kind of addiction affects not only one family member but the family as
The challenge of the pandemic is fading, and life is returning to its usual routine and old challenges. Having the children at home and managing their online learning while remaining productive during telecommuting was a challenge that many of us were blindsided by. But we rose to the challenge and have found ways that work for us.
Aging catches up to all of us: our skin becomes rougher, starts to sag, and we start losing that youthful glow we once took for granted. While others combat this by undergoing different kinds of cosmetic surgery, some may not be so eager. Fortunately, there’s a way to keep that youthful glow without having to
Claustrophobia is defined as the fear of enclosed spaces, and you might think it is a rare case. But that is not the case. Have you ever had a full-on panic attack when you enter an elevator, or do you avoid crowded places because you fear that the crowd will press down on you? Such
Now that it’s the start of a new year, we are on the precipice of a new beginning. And we are more than eager for it. 2020 was, simply, a very challenging year for all of us. The COVID-19 pandemic cost people their health, jobs, and, most of all, lives. We went through various struggles.