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Understanding the meaning of “Soulmate”

Understanding the meaning of “Soulmate”

Is there such a thing as called soulmate? This word has created enormous confusion and suffering for humanity. People in the Western world are always looking for someone who can be their soulmate so that they can abandon their painful and never-ending search, and live happily-ever-after with that special person who was created for them.   It is important to understand our loving or other relationships in terms of the following three levels:   Body-mate – sharing physical pleasures. Mind-mate – sharing the mental space Soulmate – the person connects us to our own soul or the universal soul which…

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Self-Disclosure: A Vulnerability or Strength?

Self-Disclosure: A Vulnerability or Strength?

A very close friend of mine visited my clinic and we went to a local café to spend some time together and had a heart-to-heart talk, after coming back to the clinic with him I wanted his help in moving a heavy chair, and in response to that he told me that he had suffered from some kind of neuromuscular problem in his arms and won’t be able to do the moving.   On another occasion, a relative of mine visited my house and he won’t go upstairs to say hello to my mom when I insisted he told me…

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Nostalgia – a Probem or a Solution

Nostalgia – a Probem or a Solution

Nostalgia has a magical quality by which our ordinary past experiences are turned into special ones.  Even the painful experiences are transformed into bittersweet ones. The ordinary everyday experiences are examined through the tinted glasses of “good old days” and the “lost worlds” that can’t be captured again.   Some authors have viewed nostalgia in terms of a screen memory or a screen effect. It is a memory fallacy and a defence mechanism used to disguise the psychological disturbance from an event as resulting from another (typically less traumatic) event or memory.[1]     Nostalgia as a mental illness:  …

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PHQ-9 Score Summary

Score Depression severity Comments
0-4 Minimal or none Monitor; may not require treatment
5-9 Mild Use clinical judgment (symptom duration, functional impairment) to determine necessity of treatment
10-14 Moderate
15-19 Moderately severe Warrants active treatment with psychotherapy, medications, or combination
20-27 Severe

GAD-7 Score Summary

Score Symptom Severity Comments
7-10 Moderate Possible clinically significant condition
11-15 Moderately Severe Recomended consult doctor
>15 Severe Active treatment probably warranted

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