Ghanaian-British, Nana Kwesi Agyeman has indicated that he believes members of the LGBTQ community suffer from a mental health issue and he reveals why. In an interview on Daily Hustle in the UK with DJ Nyaami, the former CMB internal auditor stated that he finds it unusual and believes they are born with such mental illness.
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Are you familiar with mimosa pudica? Also referred to as touch me not, live and die, shame plant and humble plant. This plant is a prostrate or semi-erect subshrub of tropical America, Australia and Africa. It is heavily armed with recurved thorns and having sensitive soft grey green leaflets that fold and droop at night or when touched and cooled.
She flirts because she has a low pain tolerance and does not want to be hurt, she argues. On the reality show, the 21-year-old stated she's had her fair share of romantic experiences, and viewers have already seen a preview of her flirty lifestyle. She did concede, however, that she is a different person outside the house since she has a low pain threshold after being wounded several times.
The World Health Organization, WHO defines health as the state of complete physical, social and mental wellbeing of an individual in the absence of disease. According the WHO, a wide range of countries all over the world are having difficulty in dealing with issues related to mental health with the most challenging mental health issues being recorded in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Do you want to overcome shyness and be more sociable? Then you need a series of tips for it. Because it is not an easy task to change certain aspects of our life, but with a little perseverance we can make certain variations. Each and every one of them will be to improve.
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Despite the stigma attached to persons with mental problems in Ghana, a young man has proven that, people with mental problems can still be loved by people in the Society. According to this young man, his new found mentally disabled friend always visit him on daily basis to chat with him.
Life is full of ups and downs. Sometimes things go well and other times things get hard. Regardless of how hard life can be, most people at the mention of death get scared. Everyone wishes to live longer regardless of how hard life can be. It is therefore surprising sometimes to hear of people taking their own lives, that is committing suicide.
Abena Korkor is reminiscing her childhood. Behind the text on social media, one could sense the glee on her face after she posted a picture of herself during her early childhood education Dated 1993/4, Abena herself seems not to be sure the age she has when this adorable photo was taken of her at the One Love Creche in Tema of the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.
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Sunday, August 15 2021A mental health advocate and former TV personality Abena Korkor was considering ending her life. In a viral video released by the controversial social media activist and published by GoOnline today, the young woman said she thought of killing herself this morning. According to the woman who has caused many men and women a reasonable amount of pain in recent times, it was never her intension to see people go through pain because of her but sometimes she couldn't help it.
Serwaa Amihere And Others React To The News That Lawyers And Law Students Need Mental Health Courses
Dr. Charlotte Kwakye-Nuako Who is a legal practitioner and a Clinical Psychologist has revealed to Ghanaians that law students and lawyers in Ghana and over where in the world need to be introduced to Psychology and Mental health courses in schools. This statement made by the Psychologist has got a lot of people talking about it on social media, especially on the Twitter platform.
Mr Sylvester Basagnia, the acting Upper West Regional Mental Health Coordinator, has advocated the repeal of the law that criminalizes attempted suicide in Ghana. The Mental Health Coordinator made the call on Info Radio Network during the celebration of this year’s World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) in September 2021.
The issue of streetism is something that needs the attention of stakeholders to bring an end to the menace in Ghana. A walk through the major Streets in the Accra will reveal that, dozens of young children who are supposed to be in School are on the Streets begging or engaging in work they are not supposed to do.
Berla Mundi, a Ghanaian media personality, has urged the public to refrain from putting unnecessary pressure on single people to marry. According to the TV3 presenter, it baffles her when young people like herself are asked when they will marry, why they are still single at a relatively older age, blah blah blah.
According to Adib Saani, a security Analyst, Mrs Josephine Panyin Mensah should undergo certain mental assessment, the 28 year old woman who faked her kidnap and pregnancy is likely to be passing through certain mental challenges. H claims her mental health should be considered as a matter of fact, no "normal" person with accurate mental ability would do what she just did.
Mental disorder also called mental illness are a wide range of conditions that affect mood, thinking and behaviour. Most common types of mental disorders are clinical depression, anxiety disorder and bipolar disorder. For each of these disorders, their symptoms vary widely and may affect mood, thinking and the ability to interact with others normally.
Mental Health Practitioner, Emmanuel Aboagye Appiah has condemned the actions of some men of God who give extreme directions to church members in an interview on Adom FM. He cited examples as a man of God telling church members to chew ants and grass for healing. He said these are acts of delusion and hallucinations.
From time to time, people get depressed over certain stuff. Ladies often suffer from premenstrual depression almost every month. Depression is due to the decreased levels of serotonin and oxytocin in your body. Combating depression requires a lot of time, patience and practice . Lack of sleep, low energy levels and lack of activity are all symptoms of depression.