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Hlo.For past smem months .I am feeling very low. Bcoz of my work schedule and failure of my love relation. Dont want people to talk wid me or see me. What is this disease particularly called and is this curable or wid time it wll heel ?
I am male of age 28 year. Since last 7-8 month I was in stress and depressed as I didn't got the job from my MBA placement but now as I got the decent job I am not at all feeling happy or anything. I also don't want to talk about it to anyone. I still feel the same as I was feeling since 7-8 months. It feels like I still missing something. I want to come out of this sadness. Kindly help.
I am scared to die or hear any death or accident of my close ones. Recently one of my relative died due to accident. So there is always fear inside me. I call my husband everytime everyday whether he reached ofice or not or anywhere else.He uses bike daily.So i am worried all the time .I feel fine when all my family members are home.Is this depression.
How to get a healthy weight? What regular diets should I take for a good physic? And how can I make my brain good. Cause I forget the things I learn very soon.Please tell.
Handling the Board exam results can be stressful for many young students – Those who did well but expected far better results, those who did not do well and fear parent/peer rejection, and so on.
It is extremely important at this stage to realize that this is where the journey starts: irrespective of what a student scores, it should always be kept in mind that this is the start of a long journey towards making a Good career. A good result means that a small milestone has been achieved, but an underperformance, on the other hand, means there are ample scopes in the future to improve upon it. What matters is how one takes the results in its strides and moves on with determination and humility.
- Do not compare: One prime cause of board exam result blues is comparing of result with peers. While the competition is cut-throat in today’s world, it should always be remembered that the real competition is with one’s own self. What really matters at the end of the day is whether one has improved compared to his past. The board result should be an assessment of how one has performed.
- Self-reminder: Self-reminding the fact that there is a maximum limit to the amount of effort that one can put on a test. Beyond a point, it is difficult to influence the outcome. Getting stressed on the outcome of a test one has already penned down month’s back does not make any sense at all.
- Do not Over-think: Over-thinking about the outcome of the result can create a negative impact on the mind leading to exam result blues and depression. At some point, it is wise to not think about the result anymore. Over-thinking will not help in any ways. No matter what happens, it should always be remembered that eventually, everything is going to be just fine.
- Meditation: Keeping calm is, therefore, of paramount importance. Practicing meditation can go a long way in reducing the stress, relaxing the nerve and keeping things simple. It definitely helps to put more hard work and improve.
- Positive distraction: It is a good idea to be engaged in various activities like volunteering in social organizations, extending a helping hand to the NGO’s, learning to play a new instrument, swimming, jogging, taking up hobbies, traveling etc. These positive engagements help us feel wanted and loved by those who are not so well-off with the means that we have been blessed with. It will also help to beat the board exam result blues.
For many life gradually becomes o.k. after the results have sunk in. But, there are those few parents and children who just cannot accept the result and come to terms with it. It is they who must seek professional help from a counsellor/psychologist at the earliest. It is extremely important to keep a check if a child has suddenly become quiet, reserved, does not go out or has stopped mixing with friends and family. Such children should not be left alone. Seeking professional help can slowly bring the child out of this depressed state and help parents to have realistic expectations.