List Of Suicide Helpline Numbers iCall: 9152987821 | Mon-Sat, 8:00 AM -10:00 PM | Languages: English, Hindi COOJ Mental Health Foundation (COOJ): 0832-2252525 | 01:00 PM - 07:00 PM | Monday to Friday Fortis Stress Helpline: +918376804102 Parivarthan: +91 7676 602 602 | 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM | Monday to Friday Connecting Trust: +91 992 200 1122 | +91-992 200 4305 | 12:00 PM to 08:00 PM | All days of the week Roshni Trust: 040-66202000, 040-66202001 | 11:00 AM - 09:00 PM | Monday to Sunday Sahai: 080-25497777 | 10 AM- 8 PM Monday To Saturday | [email protected] Sumaitri: 011-23389090 | [email protected] | 2 PM- 10 PM Monday To Friday; 10 AM - 10 PM Saturday And Sunday Sanjeevani: 011-24311918, 24318883 | Timings: 10:00 AM - 5.30 PM (Monday to Friday) Sneha: 044-24640050 (24 HOURS) | 044-24640060 8 AM - 10 PM |[email protected] Lifeline: [email protected] - 033-24637401 | 033-24637432 | 10 AM - 6 PM … [Read more...] about World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) 2020: Recognising Symptoms Of Suicidal Behavior
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Suicide can never be the right decision to end one's suffering. It is always a painful decision that affects other's lives too. During this pandemic where everything is going through the lockdown phase, the suicide rate has gone high. In these tough times, suicide has become a major health problem. To highlight the importance of suicide prevention and spread awareness about the topic related to suicide, every year 10 September is observed as World Suicide Prevention Day. … [Read more...] about World Suicide Prevention Day 2020: Inspiring Quotes That Will Empower You
But the good news is that neuroscientists have shown through fMRIs (functional magnetic resonance imaging) the human brain is plastic. And each of us has the agency to override our brain’s hard-wired, automatic fear reactions. An innate ability called neuroplasticity allows you to use your “thinking mind” to rewire the structure and functioning of your brain. Neuroplasticity guarantees that the architecture of your mind is never set in stone. You don’t have to stay trapped by the pandemic storms of your body (frustration, anxiety, worry). It’s possible for you to re-engineer your brain and self-calm the knee-jerk worries and fears because your brain has the ability to change its own structure. Here are a few tips to bring your mind into the present moment, instead of worrying about “what if’s,” and improve your brain health. … [Read more...] about The Pandemic Changes Your Brain Even If You Don’t Have It
These researchers cite other studies that find that those who have felt very lonely and isolated from other people, just in the past two weeks, were then three times more likely to then feel very suicidal. Other research has found that merely living alone doubles the risk of suicide for women, it also raises it in men, but not to the extent that it does for women. … [Read more...] about Study: Some May Seek to Die by Suicide from COVID-19
As a result, one of the most important aspects of Blythe’s approach is that by engaging in future-oriented processes without necessarily attaching expectation, he is able to more nimbly mobilize adaptive behaviors that may improve his chances for positive outcomes. This flexibility—a concept he refers to as “protean”—is what allows him to balance future-oriented thinking with being in the moment. For example, he explained how he and his bandmates had enough belief in a possible future as a professional band such that they were willing to quit their jobs and go on tour—without necessarily being constrained by that outcome. They stay grounded in the process of music. … [Read more...] about How Do We Plan for the Future While Staying in the Moment?