Power of Positive Thinking: How to Develop a Positive Attitude?

Positive thinking is a mental and emotional attitude that focuses on the bright side of life and expects positive results. A positive attitude means a mentality that is not daunted by obstacles, difficulties, or delays and does not give in easily. True positive thinking is not just saying that everything...

Shabdita Ritu Sarmah

28 April,2021 | 3 months read

Myths and Facts Around Alcohol

Alcohol has far-reaching effects on the human body. According to research, alcohol is one of the leading misused addictive substances. It is a depressant that slows down brain activity and is hence often linked with stress relief. What starts as a casual drink soon turns into an addiction such as...

Renuka B H

28 April,2021 | 3 months read

Editorial Note

Dear Readers Hope to find you in good health, happiness, and great mental resilience amidst the challenges thrown by Covid- 19. I am happy to put forward the 7th edition of “Think Box”. Your positive feedback has kept up our writer’s motivation, and the current edition comprises of series of...

Renuka B H

24 April,2020 | 1 year read

Living in the time of COVID-19

The world has not seen a pandemic as severe as the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in decades. Fear looms over every country in the world as the number of affected individuals increases. As India and the rest of the world continue to fight the deadly disease, there...


22 April,2020 | 1 year read


Amidst the vast and quick spread of Novel COVID-19, communities around the world have come under a lockdown. It is imperative for us as a global community to work towards reducing the burden of this disease by abiding by our Government Directives and the unanimous advice of all health professionals. ...


22 April,2020 | 1 year read

How to tell a loved one that you have cancer?

One of the hardest parts of coping with cancer is telling your loved one that you are suffering from it. This is especially hard for someone who has been diagnosed with any cancer which is incurable. But once you break them the news they may show varied reactions and ultimately...

Dr Anitha Bharathan

17 April,2020 | 1 year read

Caring for the mentally challenged: Guide for loved ones

As a caregiver or as a mental health professional we would like to think that our responses to an individual, suffering from mental illness are supportive and encouraging. But, is our expression of emotions just reactions to circumstances or a pattern of responses hidden in the matrix of our family...


16 April,2020 | 1 year read

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