The World Health Organization launches mental health campaigns every year on 10th October to highlight the different mental health problems people face. This year, the campaign theme is mental health care for all: let’s make it a reality. A WHO survey revealed that mental health services in 93% of countries have been disturbed due to the pandemic. Dr Tedros Adhanom ...

Provided the current acceleration in domestic abuse and divorce rates, in this article we are evaluating the toxicity prevalent in intimate relationships and how it takes a toll on mental health. It is clear that most people are unaware of setting healthy boundaries and identifying red flags. Keep reading to find out what a toxic relationship looks like: They Belittle ...

TRIGGER WARNING: SUICIDE/ SELF-HARM. Death. What is death but the end of life, but also part of life? It comes just as fast as it goes. We never really know when the end is nigh, it could come to any one of us at any time: after all, we’re only skin and bones which will one day be part of ...

The ongoing pandemic is presenting new challenges every day. First coronavirus (covid-19) and now the delta variant, infections are surging at an unprecedented pace. In addition, prolonged lockdowns forced businesses to rethink their work approach turning homes into workplaces. Most people are teleworking for the first time. Although most people are trying hard to fit in this work-from-home lifestyle, these ...

Mental health during childhood means reaching developmental and emotional milestones, learning healthy social skills and how to deal with problems. Children are more vulnerable than adults. Everything around them is a learning experience, and they start associating feelings with things that settle deeper as memories. However, there are ways in which you can foster your child’s mental health. Here are ...

Wanting to do things perfectly and meticulously has consistently been credited as positive and the right path to follow. However, in today’s world, where failure is paraded on social media, people could lose everything in a minute. Hence, it’s become normal to do better, spending more time on the details, or maintaining perfection at all times. This is also how ...

With everything being pretty unfiltered on social media these days, most of us see our friends making plans for Valentine’s day, appreciating their partners and posting lovey-dovey posts about how much they love them. For someone who might be single by choice or due to whatsoever reasons, these posts and conversations can make you feel a tinge in your heart ...

Welcome back! We’re jumping right to ways you can support yourself and loved ones during these uncertain times, even with a positive test result. As always, we here at PNK & CO. are aware of how tough times are, so here some tried and tested ways to help you find ease during your days of isolation – or otherwise. N.B: ...

Late 2019 shook the world as we know it. Somewhere in China, the spread of a terrifying virus had begun; people would begin losing their ability to taste and/or smell and even to breathe. Some unfortunate people lost their lives. In the next few months, this virus cropped in different countries and soon, panic ensued. As a result, the “normal” ...

As a person that has been involved with mental health for the past few years, I have heard it all. From claims such as “depression comes to those who are away from God” to “psychologists are just money makers that scam people.” In today’s world, mental health holds more importance than ever before! With evolving societies, capitalism, globalization, and the ...