Is Psychology A Pseudoscience?

Is Psychology a Pseudoscience? This is a misconception. It is often thrown at the psychology community. If the air is not cleared on this matter, it will damage the credibility of the subject. It will also deter those who seek help for mental health issues. In this post, I try to show why the question arises in the first place and bust the myth through facts.

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5 Effective Cybersecurity Tips To Protect Yourself Against Cyber Attacks

Mr.K is surfing the internet as he is looking to download his favorite music. He clicks on a link, it directs him to a suspicious website. His laptop starts misbehaving and downloading random files from the website. Within a few seconds, his screen freezes, the words ‘Your laptop is filled with a virus, Click here to remove it’ are displayed on the screen. If you were Mr.K, would you click on it? If your answer is yes, then you should read this post. If the answer is no, it’s alright. You can learn about the A.B.I.D.E principle of cybersecurity and the actions you can take when you become a victim of a cybercrime.

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How LifeooNaut Is Dealing With The Pandemic? (Included : Mental Health Resources)

Hey friends, it’s been a long time since I blogged about my life. Well, A lot has happened in the past two to three months. The second wave was unexpected. It got with it a lot of troubles. It got me unguarded when it affected all my loved ones, from family to friends. I was anxious, scared, and distressed, but I boldly faced the odds. For me, It was grueling yet fruitful this time.

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The Fiery Hollow

You will die, you will get pounced by a tiger, or you will get torn by a pack of wolves, no matter how you die here. It would not be a sweet way to die in this lifetime. These grim thoughts were churning in my head.

I was exhausted, disheartened but unyielding. I have been wandering the Satpura jungle for a fortnight.

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Doing It Harappan Way? Interesting Finds, Mad Mysteries And Life Lessons For You!

Have you heard of the Indus valley civilization/Harappan civilization? If you haven’t, buckle up for an adventure. I am going to take you 4500 years back. If you have heard of the Harappans already, no worries, you are up for more surprises! It is one of my favorite civilizations in history. Intriguing questions like Who are Harrapans? Why are they fascinating?, What are some unanswered mysteries about them? And what life lessons can you learn from them? are answered in this post.

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Visiting Malgudi

The first time I read R.K.Naryan’s book was in 10th grade. It was the Man-eater of Malgudi. I could relate to the book instantly. The reason being, its loyalty to its Indian setting. His characters are ordinary yet, they give you an extraordinary experience! It is said that a language is filled with objects and things specific to its region. And that a non-native language fails to incorporate these particular objects and things. R.K.Narayan brilliantly includes these native objects in his books through English. Lately, I finished reading two of his books. I wanted to share my experience here and maybe convince you to take up one of his books!

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WaterAid India

I stroll into a mall to buy some books. I get stopped by a young man in his early 20s. He starts explaining to me about WaterAid and how it has helped many vulnerable sections in the world to access clean water, decent toilets, and good hygiene. It was the first time I heard of WaterAid. At the end of the conversation, he requested me to donate an amount to fund the NGO’s work. Apparently, after the lockdown, the companies that were supporting the NGO through their CSR(Corporate Social Responsibility) in India were not able to continue it further.

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The Mangli Juggernaut

In one of my previous posts, I had talked about how important connection was in 2021. So, Let me ask you a question, when do you truly connect with an artist. I instantly connect when I could feel that the artist really loves what she/he does. And shares the love with people through their work. In this post, I am going to talk about one such artist.

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What You Can Do Today To Save Lives: Suicide And Mental Health

According to National Crimes Record Bureau, 1.39 lakh Indians died by suicide in the year 2019. Out of which more than 90,000 are young adults. Overall suicide rates have risen by 3.4%. Every year, people we lose are only becoming a statistic. In this post, I will tell you ‘What is it that pushes a person to die by suicide? How do you comprehend the gravity of this issue? What is it that you can do today to improve the situation?’

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A Mango Story: When Indian Mangoes Travelled To The USA

Once upon a time, the USA wanted to introduce tropical mangoes in the country. From India, six different mango grafts were chosen. They traveled to Florida, USA. Just like culture shock, these mango varieties faced something called climate shock!

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