Mental health

Social Media: Scrolling through one’s Mental Health by Myra Gahid

Social media has evolved into an integral part of our lives. As such, people spend more time in using social networking sites to connect and maintain relationships, to work and coordinate with colleagues, and to create and improve businesses. In terms of mental health, social media use is one of the topics that continues to …

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Work from Home: When Boundaries Blur by Myra Gahid

Flexible work schedules has been practiced in some companies prior to the pandemic. According to Delle-Vergini (2017), flexible work arrangements (FWA) give employees some autonomy over their choice of hours and place of work which eventually increase employee well-being, organizational commitment, work performance, and quality of family life. A number of researches (Shagvaliyeva & Yazdanifard, …

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Reducing Mental Health Stigma by Myra Gahid

Most Filipinos are conversationalists. In a typical scenario, when a Filipino is asked about how they’re doing, s/he reply with, “Okay lang ako. Ikaw, kamusta?” (I’m okay. How about you?”). This usual response seems to be programmed, nearly automatic, as a significant number of Filipinos still consider a discussion about mental health a taboo. The …

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