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.Continue reading “”This isn’t education” — Mental Health in Nigeria | part 3″
Depression has been classified as mood disorder. It can be described as feeling loss, or angry and sadness that interfere with person’s everyday activities. Depression is fair common among individuals particularly teenagers, working class adults, and the elderlies.Continue reading “Mental Health Day: Depression.”
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.Continue reading “Write-cast — No. 01 | Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Nigeria.”
We live in an era where we are constantly connected to the entire world.
But, constantly ignorant of what is happening in our environment.
We are driven by the buzz of what’s trending.
Always trying to keep up with our peers.
Compare our lives with others to feel better.Continue reading “Week-Starter |We are more!!!!”