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Psychology

Bollywood! Entertainment or a devil in disguise?

Bollywood! Entertainment or a devil in disguise?

The primary objective of Hindi cinema is to entertain, but it sometimes, it promotes vulgarity, agitation, obscenity and corrupt psychological tendencies in the people. And guess who is getting most affected and influenced by it? Yes, our younger generation which includes teenage children and young... Read More

Post-traumatic  stress  disorder (PTSD) Explained

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Explained

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental disorder that is caused by a very stressful, frightening or distressing event. A person with PTSD often relives the terrifying event through flashbacks, nightmares and experience feelings of anxiety, irritability, guilt and isolation. They may also have difficulty in concentrating and sleeping.... Read More

Dissociative Fugue: All you need to know

Dissociative Fugue: All you need to know

Fugue meaning “fleeing away”, is a state of mind where an individual experiences symptoms of dissociation from one’s consciousness, awareness, personality, perception and escapes from the present surrounding moving to an altogether new... Read More

Did you know, Shahrukh Khan is an insomniac too?

Did you know, Shahrukh Khan is an insomniac too?

Insomnia is a common sleep problem affecting people all over the world. It is marked by a difficulty to fall asleep, remaining awake for the most part of the night, poor quality of sleep or inability to fall back to sleep once the sleep is... Read More

Phobias: All you wanted to know

Phobias: All you wanted to know

An extreme and overwhelming fear of something which in reality poses little or no danger at all is termed as phobia. Commonly known phobias include the fear of heights, enclosed spaces, insects, needles, snakes, etc. Phobias, however, can arise for any every possible... Read More

Dissociative disorder not otherwise specified (DDNOS)

Dissociative disorder not otherwise specified (DDNOS)

An individual with DDNOS has a disruption in the normally integrated functions of perception, awareness, mental processes, personality, physical connection to reality, memory, identity and consciousness but the dissociative symptoms do not qualify on any of the types of dissociative disorder(DD).... Read More

Frotteuristic disorder: Rubbing others for sexual gratification

Frotteuristic disorder: Rubbing others for sexual gratification

Frotteurism comes from the French word “frotter” which means, “to rub”. An individual with frotteuristic disorder derives immense sexual gratification from rubbing their genitals against an unsuspecting victim, usually in a crowded setting such as buses, trains, shopping malls, bazaars,... Read More