Entries by Shareh

Am I The Only One Who Is Not “Doing Fine” In Lock-down And Isolation? Emotional Stability Amid The Pandemic

“Surrendering is not letting off hope, it is making peace with the present situation or acceptance of what is happening …” Shareh Wanjau We are coming to a conclusion to the fact that the pandemic situation will last longer perhaps than we possibly anticipated or what we were told. There are a lot of emotions, […]

Addiction And Mental Health: Co-Occurring Disorders And Dual Diagnosis

“mental illness and a substance disorder differ in severity when they occur together, though their severity may change after some time…”  KWise Pychology Dual diagnosis or Co-occurring disorder refers to a condition whereby an individual already has a co-existing mental illness and alcohol/drug use disorder. Although the term is commonly used in reference to the […]

Six Daily Routines For Your Mental Health

  Mental health disorders are disruptive; they always turn the whole world around us upside down. I most cases, you will find yourself trying to make changes to adjust and fit in the new world and to create room for recovery. However, consistently having some healthy daily habits or routines, they not only make your […]

8 Signs That Say You May Require Mental Evaluation

“Unfortunately, most people with mental health disorders are not likely to seek help; either because they are not certain about their situation or are embarrassed about the same…” K-Wise Psychology   The words “Mental Disorder” are in most cases associated with some type of stigma and not to mention still very scary to some people. […]

6 Reasons Why World Bipolar Day Is Important

‘World bipolar day is expected to raise the awareness of the underlying bipolar conditions and to work in eliminating the stigma…” Shareh March 30th of every year the world comes together to mark and raise awareness of a mental disorder that is a little less on the limelight despite affecting more than 10 million individuals […]