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Curious Reads

COVID-19 Pandemic: Life After Crisis

More than one-fourth of the world’s population is in lockdown, as governments impose restrictions on movement to contain the coronavirus spread. These unprecedented measures are tearing the social fabric of some societies and disrupting many economies, resulting in increased unemployment and widespread hunger. In many parts of the world, the spread of COVID-19 has filled […]

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Clinical Psychology

Overview: ADHD in Children

Just because a child cannot sit still, it does not mean he or she suffers from ADHD. In fact, children are expected to have bundles of energy and perhaps a little rebellious. However, concern is raised when a child’s behavior disrupts his daily life. A typical scenario at home would be continuously bouncing around the […]

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Clinical Psychology Personal Growth Psychology

Understanding Therapy

After a thorough conversation about his inability to understand why he doesn’t feel connected to his partner three years into the relationship, I suggested that he considers seeing a therapist. He paused, took a minute to gather his thoughts. “Do I look like I’m mentally ill?”, he scoffed. Clearly, he did not understand what therapy […]

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Clinical Psychology

Psychobiotics: Treating Depression Using Gut-Brain Relationship

Depression is a major concern, as it greatly adds to the burden of disease on a global scale. According to World Health Organization (2018), there are more than 300 million depressed individuals of all ages and the numbers are expected to increase. Thus, effective treatment methods for major depressive disorder should be a priority. There […]