The Mood Space is an e-counseling platform to deliver support for individuals dealing with stress, anxiety, depression and other mental health related concerns. Our services enable you to seek help in a confidential and convenient way via phone and video sessions.
We recently asked people to write a letter to their mental health, and here’s what they wrote! #Part2 Hi Self, I want myself to feel fresh and energetic throughout my life without any outside judgment. For that, I try to keep myself away from toxic people and the people who pass remarks on me. Those remarks probably sometimes teach me and motivate me to grow further and nurture myself. They increase my potential and rectify my errors if any. But if the remarks are toxic then
We recently asked people to write a letter to their mental health, and here’s what they wrote! #Part1 Dear little mind, I know we've had major indifferences in the past. I know I've blamed you for most of the things in my life. I know I've hated you for hating my body. I know I've given you a hard time for giving me a hard time. But we've grown up. Won't you agree? We have learned to embrace ourselves and accept that sometimes we have difficulties and (most of the time) I've
Twelve. Age twelve was the first time that I was bullied for the color of my skin. I clearly remember running back home from the bus stop evening after evening and crying to my mother until all of the energy was drained out of my body. Even though I do not have many memories of my middle and high school years anymore, the ones that I do never tug at my happy heartstrings. Instead, they bring back daunting memories of the racial trauma that I constantly faced back then. That’s
Relationships, the word itself causes either an adrenaline rush or is the pivotal reason behind such severe tension in the body which gets exhibited in the form of worries, stress, sleep disturbances and mood-related problems. Romantic relationships serve as the mirror to our souls, our unconscious desires, our needs and also help us to delve into our beauty and insecurities. From the moment we were born on earth, we channelize our identities in the form of how we are treated
I started counseling in school in the 9th grade and after 10th, I shifted to therapy. It has been 3 years now since I started to go for therapy. Therapy has made me grow as a person. It has made me come face to face with so many things that I subconsciously avoided or ran away from. It has given me a safe space and a safe person to talk to. My emotions are being released and a lot of toxicity has been released, too! When in therapy, my opinions are valued, my thoughts are gai
When you have plans for going to a party, do you feel like cancelling them last minute because you feel anxious about going? Do you have the fear of gaining attention from people to such an extent that you start sweating or trembling? Attending parties, for people having social anxiety could be a nightmare. The steps from the thought of going to the party, to interacting with people and then finally leaving it, give rise to a lot of anxiety and stress.
Dealing with social a
The Coronavirus pandemic has made it essential for all of us to stay quarantined and take necessary precautions such as social distancing. Social distancing has deprived us of ‘in-person’ interactions from our close ones, too. In difficult times like these, it is normal for us to feel fearful, isolated, panicky, disturbed and overwhelmed. Social distancing, if not handled carefully, can blow-back on us as social isolation. These feelings, if not dealt with, can force us to go
Feeling worried or tensed just before an interview, a test or anything significant is normal. It is our body’s natural and protective response towards stress. Anxiety, on the other hand, is a feeling of excessive worry, stress and apprehension that makes you fear the outcome of situations. It affects you physically - increases heartbeat, causes restlessness, sweating, and can make you feel dizzy. It is the feeling of wanting to control what comes next and if this fear starts