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Persecutory Delusions: A Clinical Study and Related Therapy

July 19, 2017 – 7:49 PM |

Garety (2014) defined persecutory delusions to be a central psychotic experience at the extreme continuum of paranoia. To clarify, Freeman (2016) expanded that they may be considered false, firm threat beliefs that are usually developed …

Social Isolation: An Exacerbating Factor in Mental Health Problems

September 1, 2016 – 10:31 PM |

Too often taken for granted, our social interactions are central to living a full life, helping us to articulate and ventilate our thoughts. When these interactions begin to fail, a person may then fall into …

Child Sexual Abuse – An Everlasting Trauma

August 10, 2016 – 9:35 PM | One Comment

Children are a gift to this globe and ought to be treated with consideration. They ought to be regarded, minded, protected, cared for and shielded. Unfortunately, this is not generally the situation. Thousands and millions …

Child Sexual Abuse in Pakistan – A Factual Analysis

April 6, 2016 – 8:34 PM | One Comment

Children are the assets of our society and how we bring them up determines the future of our country. It is the shared responsibility of the entire society to raise healthy children and in this …

Subtler than Stretch Marks – Signs and Symptoms of Post-partum Depression

April 6, 2016 – 8:14 PM |

Children are said to be blessings of God; they are the apple of their parents’ eyes, they bring joy to the family. Nevertheless the outcome of a pregnancy may not always be favourable for the …