Premarital Counseling

Marital relationships are often strained by the surrounding factors and situations; marriage counselling is a therapeutic procedure by which strained relationships are scrutinised and mended. In the year 1930, the first ever institution was established in the USA concerning the issue of racial purification in marriages. The therapists question the clients about the situation.

Marital relationships are often strained by the surrounding factors and situations; marriage counselling is a therapeutic procedure by which strained relationships are scrutinised and mended. In the year 1930, the first ever institution was establish ... More

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Its been years now suffering from depression but i think it not at all normal i searched on the internet for this i cannot think of having any future all i can think of is ending my life.


Sir, Iam not enjoying life,very poor relationship,angry,anxiety,depression, sometime s suicide tendency, Iam feeling that all our society changed bad,still Iam in Ramayana times means values,love , unselfish,genine,etcfamily problems my wife went away staying her mother's house from last 3 yrs, finally I did not did any wrong but not adj with these people with Kaliyuga behavior, thanking u sir

Abnormal attitude @home

She is behaving n smilling like a special child sometimes @home with family members but in school is a very active girl. She does urine n potty in underware only n she controls for 1/2 day but doesn't go to wash room. Daily she wets bed twice in the night if we take her forcefully to washroom in the night time; she doesn't do it. She does potty once in 3 to 4 days. Please suggest us in making her healthy n active girl in all aspects.

Regarding schizophrenia

How should we self diagonize schizophrenia early symptoms so that i can early detect the disease and lead a meaningful life

BPD and depression

I've struggled with Borderline Personality Disorder and varying degrees of depression since I was a teen. It wasn't easy for me to seek help but after a long time i did a few months ago. The doc prescribed treatment for my depression but wouldn't even discuss my BPD or my trichotillomania. The anti depressants and mood stabilisers prescribed made me feel miserable and I stopped them after ten days, never went back to the doc. I'm going through a worse phase right now with my depression but I'm hesitant to talk about the bpd again. Among other concerns I worry about requiring prolonged treatment which will be expensive And may lead to family and friends finding out about my condition. While I actually want to tell people close to me, unfortunately awareness and understanding of mental illness in our country is dismal. Please suggest if you have experience with treating BPD and what you think the best course of action is for me.

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