The Role of Guilt on Mental Health

Guilt has a survival function. It makes us feel bad for a wrong that we did. This serves to prevent further escalation of the said ‘wrong’ behaviour. Most shocking behaviours such as rape has a rooting stage wherein the unwanted behaviour was incubated and cultivated. Starting at pornography, the person […] Read more »

Beating Procrastination

Procrastination, when looked into, involves a series of “seemingly important” preparatory rituals that don’t actually do anything but delay the actual behaviour.  Before engaging in the actual task, we believe that it is important for us to be relaxed and wholly prepared for it.  This is where the problem kicks […] Read more »

Video Games Beneficial or Detrimental?

On 11 March 2010, Science Daily, published an article stating that video-game ownership may affect young boys’ academic functioning. However, in March 2013, Science Daily published another article; this time saying that action video games boosts readings skills of children with dyslexia. The main question parents would want to know […] Read more »

Review and Regroup

I decided to post on this topic today because just this week alone, I had 2 different people mentioned this to me. There are times in our lives when we feel lost and unsure of our future or what steps we should be taking. So, what do we do? Or […] Read more »

Anger Management

              A few months ago, there was an incident inside an airplane called jetblue airline. Just as the plane landed, a steward named Steven Slater went into rage taking the microphone in the plane and started to vent out all his frustrations in words […] Read more »

It’s The Other Way Around

People want their lives to change but they don’t do anything about it.  They simply expect things to change due to the decay of time while they remain stagnant in their existence and development.  I speak of people who vow to be happy ONLY after finding their ‘true love’ or […] Read more »