Week Starter|Happiness

Source: cash float blog

Loving what you do is as a job or business makes you happy. However, if you don’t love what you do, you should quit and do what you love. You can’t remain in a cycle of doing something that depresses you all the time.

Plan a route of escape to another business or company or job that gives you great joy. A place that brings out the best in you and you are able to give your 100% as well. This would make you fulfilled, grow and blossom.

PS. Much ❤❤❤❤ Your mental health matters

”This isn’t education” — Mental Health in Nigeria | part 3

Hello, today I’ll be talking about mental health in Nigeria, a familiar topic here. There are many things to talk about in relation to mental health in Nigeria. But today, I’ll be throwing blames at parents and the government in general. Last week, I come across a disturbing news about a school turned torture house.

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Thinking Out Loud: A race for quick success.

Just thinking.

In this world, everyone is looking for a way to succeed without stopping for a second to breathe and look at where the path is leading to. Yah, sometimes it feels like any minute we waste doing nothing is a minute we could have achieved that goal we were chasing or trying to find. One thing we don’t look at or think of is at what cost, our health or mental wellbeing.

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Write-cast — No. 01 | Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Nigeria.

My colleague posted about Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) last month, this got me thinking. How do people in the north-eastern Nigeria handle this disorder? Do they get any therapy or counselling from the government? Do they really suffer from PTSD? How is their mental wellbeing? And why is everyone pretending this is not a big issue? I’ll try and answer these questions and tell you a bit about the long-time consequences of ignoring this issue.

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”I’m fine” – Mental health in Nigeria| part 1

I think it’s high time we start a conversation around mental health in Nigeria. Presently, the cases of suicide, anxiety and depression are increasing rapidly, particularly among young adults. To narrow things down, the rate of depression and anxiety among students is rising every year, and nothing is being done in Nigeria. The Nigerian government and educational institutions are just sitting on their hands and ignoring the fact that students, unemployed individuals, families and everyone one else are fighting mental health issues, like depression and anxiety.

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DEPRESSION: A FRIEND IN THE SHADOW

Doctor: You’re suffering from a mild depression

Me: What’re you talking about? I don’t have depression! I’m not depressed! I’m perfectly fine! 

This is going to be my respond, if a doctor told me I’m suffering from mild depression four years ago. But now I’ll just say ”I’ve my suspicion”. From where I’m standing right now and with the public health knowledge I’ve now, I’m certain that I have being going through depression for a long time. 

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