“Having OCD” is a term that is loosely used to describe nitpicking, but its a medically-recognised condition that negatively affects one’s daily life and relationships.
While 4 out of 10 Malaysians will deal with a mental illness, only 2 out of 10 get treated, and the other 2 don’t realise they have it.
Feeling depressed isn’t a sudden disease like catching a flu. It’s a rewiring of the brain; a chronic illness that I learnt to manage.
I spent so many years being angry. Trying to make things right. But it didn’t change the fact that it already happened.
If you are feeling exhausted with your work, here are 4 self-care tips to get you back in full swing.
While everyone was praising me for a job well done, nobody could see the crumbling self beneath the well-constructed facade.
I was always thinking about, “Where is my life heading too?” or “Why is everyone living the life I want?” and even “Will I ever be good enough?”
Gaming for me was actually a crutch for what I really wanted: A way to rejoin and reconnect with people and the rest of the human race in the aftermath of a life-destroying divorce.
Although not all doctors give off predatory vibes, what do you do if you come across a situation where your doctor has begun to make you feel uncomfortable?