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Adobe releases it study on World Emoji Day.
With isolation and social distancing taking over the new normal, emojis are among the many tools that help convey warmth and emotions in digital conversations.And the majority of global emoji users agree: those cute little icons spark empathy and make you more ...
Many lauded Biles for her courageous decision to put her health first.
American gymnast Simone Biles recently pulled out of the rest of the gymastics events in the Tokyo Olympics for mental health concerns. The four-time Olympic gold medalist will not be joining the individual all-around competition and also withdrew from the team finals. "I have ...
The content creator has had it with trolls and toxic users.
Over the past year, many people have been cutting back on their social media usage and have even chosen to deactivate their accounts. This weekend, content creator Macoy Dubs announced that he has deleted his Twitter account "for good" after being part ...
Unwind with this playlist.
Ever find yourself searching for lofi songs on YouTube and browsing for piano playlists on Spotify? You’re not the only one. Music has a way of reducing stress and dealing with tough times, so it’s no wonder that science has confirmed, more ...
1. Unplug yourself from social media.
Most people, including me, have been dealing with burnout, especially since many of us are loaded with a lot of school work for online classes. At some point, you just have to distract yourself to avoid being stressed out. We still have to keep our ...
There's so much negativity happening on the platform and that can affect one's mental state.
Twitter is one of the OG social networking apps and it has been around since we all started getting really into the internet. But admittedly, in the past few years, it has lost its charm because of the culture it has created. ...
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This is to also prompt people online to seek professional help during their vulnerable state.
The uncertainties and challenges brought about by the pandemic continue to take a toll on mental health. To help the National Center for Mental Health (NCMH) in its service to provide free, reliable, and confidential psychological support, Google now instantly shows the ...
The film's promotional materials state: 'Lahat tayo ay may tililing.'
*Trigger Warning: mental health* Upcoming movie Tililing is gaining flak from viewers even before its release. Over the weekend, Twitter users called the title and poster "disturbing," "uncomfortable," and "inappropriate." For years, the term "may tililing" has been inappropriately used in the ...
At The British School Manila, students use social media to foster a sense of belonging.
The world as we know it has irrevocably changed these last ten months due to COVID-19. For many, it’s been fraught with unprecedented apprehensions and anxiety. People have been forced to learn how to cope in different ways, and for many, it ...
Through these, viewers become aware that there are different mental health issues being experienced by real people.
Movies have been an avenue to present the different realities that people live in. Over the years, films have been used to shine a light on various mental health concerns. Through these, viewers become aware that there are different mental health issues being experienced ...
While majority of the books on the list are fictional, a few of them are inspired by the authors' real-life personal experiences with their own mental health struggles.
Mental health is often a taboo topic, especially in the Philippines. While conversations about it are gradually being initiated, many still find themselves struggling to feel seen, heard, and understood.As we collectively work on shining a light on the stories of real people ...
According to a new study.
Contrary to popular belief, spending your time on your phone isn't connected to poor mental health.A new study, published in Technology, Mind, and Behavior, led by Lancaster University's Heather Shaw and Kristoffer Geye says that smartphone usage isn't a great predictor of ...
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