October 17, 2019

World Mental Health Day 2019 [8/9]

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October 16, 2019

World Mental Health Day 2019 [7/9]

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October 15, 2019

World Mental Health Day 2019 [6/9]

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October 14, 2019

World Mental Health Day 2019 [5/9]

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October 13, 2019

World Mental Health Day 2019 [4/9]

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October 12, 2019

World Mental Health Day 2019 [3/9]

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October 11, 2019

World Mental Health Day 2019 [2/9]

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October 10, 2019

World Mental Health Day 2019 (1/9)

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), every 40 seconds, a life is lost to suicide. World Mental Health Day falls on October 10 every year, […]
August 24, 2019

Caring for Others: Can We Give Too Much?

How often do you hear the phrase “help yourself first before helping others?” While at first glance it may seem like a selfish thing to say, […]


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We are happy to share that our director, Ms. Sudha Kudva is going to conduct an online introductory talk on "My Body- The Record Keeper", at no cost. You are invited to attend this zoom meeting on this Sunday at 4:00pm. This talk is only limited to 15 participants, so register yourself now. To register, click here: registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.--------------------------------------------------------------------------Want to know about the talk? A little description about the talk: We are all very aware of the cognitive brain and how to nurture through various means. Success can be assured if we follow this plan. However, at times, we are not able to follow through, or we wonder why our kids display those 'not okay behaviors' when we have offered them everything for 'success'.Are we aware that we have a whole different aspect of ourselves- the mammalian experiential BODY of ours? And when this isn't nurtured as this BODY understands nurturing, the 'unspoken records' that are created and stored could be impacting behaviors? This could also influence psychosomatic issues, and various other physical health symptoms. This could keep us from the very goals of 'success'.To learn more about this experiential BODY of ours, please do attend this zoom talk, at no cost.Or know more about the facilitator Sudha Kudva, do visit www.abrimentalhealth.comOr email to for more information of the full course starting 17th August 2020.
The “TUG OF WAR” Inside Me is back again! This on-going interactive talks, which is at no cost, is offered by our director, Sudha Kudva! Do attend if you are interested. The upcoming talk will be held on this Sunday, 19th June at 11am-12:30pm. Do refer to more dates on the poster. Join us at Zoom: Meeting ID: 954 5381 0713Password: 627303Want to know about the talk? A little description about the talk: THIS HUMAN BODY – needs connection, needs a routine for its physical healing, health, growth, creativity, and so on.We are NOW offering it the opposite - physical distancing, and the routine, certainty has gone to the wind, not knowing when it will ever come back, and if so, in what form? What then, is the state of this BODY? The BODY’s experience is one of ‘restraint,’ and the BODY could be reacting to this. How does the impact of this restraint become visible? We might observe ourselves behaving differently than we intended! Our capacity to regulate is less. This could take a toll on the connection we have with the loved ones at home! o Once we humans consciously understand the mechanics of this BODY,o we can then recognise when the BODY is slipping into states of ‘distress,’o we can support this physiological BODY state by offering it safety and connectiono Consequence – this human body can weather gracefully this period of physical distancing, isolation and lack of routine.Over the remaining Sundays, please do make the time to be part of our very interactive 75-90 minute talks and find ways to understand ourselves better and keep our bodies in good physical health.
In Tough Times You Can Find Peace.At certain times, it might seem impossible to find a few moments of peace in your life. If you have a lot of responsibilities or worries, you may feel caught in a whirlwind of trying to get things done while trying to deal with problems. The good news is, no matter how difficult your external life is, you can add healing peace to each day. This won’t magically make everything okay, but it can help you deal with stress and protect your health. Doing what you can when you can is one way to achieve peace about issues. Plan and make your efforts as meaningful as possible. Recognize early when stress is beginning to overtake you. Ask for help with chores that can be delegated. Take a look at your calendar; use notes or lists to make sure you prioritize those things that have to be done. When new ideas, needs, opportunities, and requests for help come in. It’s always a good idea to take your time and delay an answer by saying something like, “Let me check my calendar and get back to you with a decision.” This also avoids the immediate pressure of having to make a quick decision. Saying “no” is a skill and does not usually come naturally. If you are grieving or feeling ill, seek support from professionals or peers. Connecting with other people dealing with similar pain can give you immense strength. These may seem like small, unimportant things, but having moments of peace in your life everyday can help you live better and do more. Don’t let stress go unaddressed. Your health and the wellbeing of those you care about are at risk if you do. If you need to make a major shift (job change, break up, relocation), find ways to make the adjustment easier. Examine scenarios and address emotional issues that can clear the way for a healthy decision. Ask yourself if what you’re struggling against really is worth all the anger and frustration you feel. Only you can decide what is best for you and your family. Exploring these different strategies allows you to hold onto hope.Admin InternKartiga Devi