7 Stages of Grieving

Understanding the 7 Stages of Grieving

Grief touches us all. It’s something we’ll likely face sooner or later, whether the reasons are the loss of a loved one, a job, the end of a relationship, or any significant life shift. Grief is personal and doesn’t neatly follow a straight line. It doesn’t stick to schedules or timelines. You might find yourself crying, getting angry, withdrawing, or …

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Self-Compassion Exercises

Practicing Self-Compassion Exercises on the Path to Self-Love

Many of us may have no problem with being compassionate to others, but accepting compassion from others and practicing self-compassion exercises can be a different matter. Whenever you notice something about yourself you don’t like, or whenever something goes wrong in your life, you might wonder, “May you be kind to yourself at this moment, or may you give yourself …

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Are Lobotomies Illegal

Are Lobotomies Illegal? A Look into the History of Psychiatric Treatments

Are lobotomies illegal? This seemingly simple question opens up a complex story of medical history, ethical debates, and legal considerations. In today’s post, Mental Map Guide will bring you a deep knowledge of lobotomies, their impact on medicine, the history of Psychiatric treatments, and more. But first, let’s learn what lobotomies are. What Is a Lobotomy? Lobotomy is alternatively known …

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Stronger Mindset

The Science of Mental Resilience: Building a Stronger Mindset

In life, encountering failures always makes us tired and depressed. But maybe you’ve seen some people bounce back from setbacks like it’s no big deal while you can’t. The secret here is they have a stronger mindset than you do. The good news is that having this mindset is not difficult. In this journey, Mental Map Guide will unpack eight …

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Digestive System

Why Your Digestive System Matters: Tips For Maintaining a Healthy Gut

In the whirlwind of our busy lives, we often overlook a fundamental aspect of our well-being – our digestive system. Beyond its primary function of breaking down food for nutrient absorption, the digestive system plays a big part in how we feel overall. But first, let’s explore what exactly the digestive system is exactly? The Digestive System Overall Having a …

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Mental Health Awareness

Mental Health Awareness: The Need of the Hour

The Growing Mental Health Crisis The number of people suffering from mental health issues has reached crisis levels. Stigma and lack of access to care There is still a stigma around mental health that prevents many from seeking help. At the same time, lack of access to mental health care is a huge barrier. There simply aren’t enough psychiatrists and …

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Physical Health

Physical Health and Mental Well-being

How Exercise Improves Mental Health Exercise provides so many mental health benefits; it’s amazing. When you’re active, your body releases feel-good chemicals called endorphins that improve your mood and act as natural stress relievers. Exercise reduces symptoms of depression and anxiety. Studies show that regular exercise can decrease symptoms of depression and anxiety over time. Exercise releases endorphins that improve …

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