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Book Review – Mental Health

What’s in the book?

A short manual aiming at de-stigmatising Mental Health and offering some directions and insights, it includes theories and science behind mental health issues and offers practical tips on medications, therapies and coping strategies.

Why this Book?

The author covers the following main areas in her e-book: Mental health issues to be considered as important as physical health challenges. We also need to now that anyone young, old, rich, poor, male, female, educated, illiterate can be presented with mental health challenges. Most survivors of mental health issues can be normal, productive members of society if provided proper treatment to cure or control their condition. All survivors of mental health issues should be treated with dignity due to any human being and same empathy as we extend to any physically ill person.

Those looking for mental health and happiness must read the book to look insides as well as others around an individual and help them if they feel to suffer from any mental stress. Author has discussed and listed the meaning and symptoms of various emotions and situations like anxiety, depression, eating disorders, learning disorders, mental illness, OCD, PTSD, mental health facts, kids and teenage health issues, and your families support and awareness and yoga for mental health.

How’s the Book?

Book Title: Mental Health

Genre: Mental Health

Author: Pooja Priyamvada

Number of Pages: 65

Where to find the Book?

Available: Ebook in PDF In Blogchatter Library.

This review is a part of BlogChatter Book review program. I am loving this journey of eBook reading with #BlogchatterEbook, who has given authors a great platform to showcase their books.

Who’s the Author?

Pooja Priyamvada is a professional translator, columnist, an online content curator and Social Media consultant. She is also a writer/poet/editor/ and a bi-lingual blogger formerly also All India Radio announcer and college lecturer. she believes that she derives her strength from being a voracious reader and a tea connoisseur. She has been featured amongst “10 Indian Women Bloggers you must follow” and “25 writers whose work readers enjoyed the most” at Women’s Web in 2018 and also in “Most empowering moments by Indian women” by SheThePeopleTV

Pooja Priyamvada

One thought on “Book Review – Mental Health”

  1. Pooja Priyamvada says:

    Thanks Pragun for such a riveting review. Gracias ! Do tag me at @Soulversified when you share it on SM

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