Psychology of Instability: A paradigm change

Team IIBP Anveshan, General Psychology, Issue 5

Nothing remains untouched in pandemic times including the discipline of Psychology. If we look back in time, we find that psychologists in India have played many key roles since the last century. Contributions have been made in different life spheres ranging from sports to defence. Industrial and service organizations have been the hot seat of actions. In these organizations, psychologists …

Yes, I am perfect!!!

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 5

Mark Twain once said, “The worst loneliness is to not be comfortable with yourself.” He couldn’t be more right. If you finally accept yourself and your vulnerabilities, your life will be much more liberating. Self-acceptance means accepting your whole self without any kind of judgment. This includes your weaknesses and your quirky, difficult parts, the ones that you probably try …

Do you remember what you want to forget?

Team IIBP Anveshan, General Psychology, Issue 5

Life is made up of moments and memories. Some moments and memories are so special that all it takes is a small sensory cue to take one to a different timeline of one’s life. This is often captured by the expression ‘madeleine de Proust one of the key passages in Marcel Proust book ‘In search of lost time when a …

pandemic (covid-19) and rural education system

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 6

The onset of this deadly pandemic has started one problem that has been faced by the future of our country. It is the problem of the distribution of knowledge. the mode of education has transformed into online education or digital education who wish to gain knowledge opting for online education. Online education is called remote learning or remote access learning …

DEVELOPING CREATIVITY IS HELPFUL IN THE PANDEMIC

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 6

“We express our being by creating. Creativity is a necessary sequel to being.” – Rollo May (1994). “The Courage to Create” It is well-known that health emergencies are associated with unfavourable psychosocial consequences, and the COVID-19 outbreak will inevitably cause distress and leave many people vulnerable to mental health problems. Fear, anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress were common psychological symptoms …

PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF “BEING INDOORS” AMONGST CHILDREN (5-14yrs)

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 6

Pandemic !! Stay Indoors !! Maintain Social Distancing !! Disruption In Daily Routine !! Life came to a full stop. Suddenly no schools, no offices, no going out, no meeting friends and family- overnight everything stopped. Now stay indoors, maintain social distancing, wear a mask, online schooling, work from home. Since the lockdown, the world has come to a standstill, …

WHAT MAKES YOU FEEL UGLY?

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 6

I am a Psychologist; I am a Therapist but more than anything I am a woman who’s fed up with linear beauty standards. I grew up in India, where the ideal image for a good-looking girl is light skinned with long hair. Well, I am brown-skinned. I was always curvier and I still do have dark circles. For the last …

Work from home Nah! Office at Home

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 6

If you have been hit by the reality that working from home is not as fascinating as you thought of it, then you are not alone. Almost everyone is facing the same wave of emotions, mental and physical sluggishness is common. Thus, normalizing this phenomenon is the only way through. So, let’s just fetch out the positive perspective of work …

Psoriasis and Psychodermatology

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 5

Studies estimate that in one out of three dermatological patients report of psychological factors that underlie and exacerbate their dermatologic symptoms; thus efficacious care and management must consider psychosocial characteristics of the individual and other psychological factors in disease onset, prognosis, severity, and treatment. These factors are of particular crucial significance in individuals with chronic conditions like eczema, psoriasis, urticarial, …