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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 ...
 
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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 ...
 
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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 ...
 
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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 ...
The art in makeup Dec 7, 2020
 
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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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Here's how.
Dealing with illnesses nowadays can get pretty heavy on the pockets. Medicine does not come cheap, especially the ones being prescribed for mental health conditions. If you're currently an enrolled student from University of the Philippines struggling to come up with the ...
 
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"This is for my mom."
October 10 was World Mental Health Day, and one particular student shared the heartwarming reason behind his college major. Al Marvien Cubillan Savandal, RPm is currently working on a master's degree in psychology at De La Salle University and is a registered psychometrician.He took up psychology ...
 
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Celebs have decided to use their platforms to open up about their own mental health.
It isn't easy to open up about our experiences, especially when it comes to personal struggles. You shouldn't have to if you don't feel comfortable doing it yet, but know that there are people willing to listen to your experiences when you're ...
You Are Beautiful Sep 16, 2020
 
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Which ones of these are part of your routine?
Because we're all just at home, we might not be as conscious as we normally are when we're in public. Still, it helps our mental well-being in the long run if we're more self-aware, especially now that we're in unprecedented times. It might ...
 
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Online classes aren't easy at all.
Now that most schools are about to resume classes online, students will have to master the routine of going on video calls for synchronous learning. And although it might seem effortless for us to be in front of our computer screen for ...
 
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Money ~can~ buy happiness, it seems.
Ever since lockdown restrictions have loosened, you might have noticed that you have been adding to cart and checking out every opportunity you get. Online shopping boomed especially during the quarantine period primarily because it’s more convenient compared to heading out to the outside ...
 
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Stop comparing your life to someone's feed.
Social relationships can be tricky to maneuver, especially since social media makes you feel closer to people you barely know IRL. Seeing too many good things on your feed can also sometimes lead to negative feelings of self-doubt, especially when you don't see the ...
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