Today, women have scaled great heights in different spheres of life, including the corporate world. Off late, millions of women across the globe are successfully donning the role of entrepreneurs. While talking about a female entrepreneur, one might visualize protagonist Miranda Priestly, played by acclaimed actress Meryl Streep from the movie “Devil Wears Prada.” She was portrayed as an overbearing boss, clad in a cult business suit or a Ponte skirt, sipping hot chocolate from the comforts of her office or traveling back-to-back across different cities in the world in business class. However, Priestly did not have a happy personal life. Read more
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Social anxiety is a common mental health disorder, wherein the sufferer tries hard to avoid all possible social contacts. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) defines social anxiety disorder (SAD) as “a persistent, intense, and chronic fear of being watched and judged by others”. This fear may be so severe that it can interfere with one’s work, school and other activities and may negatively affect his or her ability to form relationships. Read more
It is common for people with suspected cancer to suffer from anxiety, especially while undergoing cancer screening tests or taking cancer treatment. Apparently, when cancer is accompanied by debilitating mental ailments like anxiety, it might interfere with one’s ability to sleep and increase feelings or pain, apart from affecting the overall quality of life. Read more
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