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Self-Care Practices

EDITOR: OLUSEYI ELIZABETH ODUDIMU   July Newsletter Self-care is a holistic practice that encompasses various principles, practices, and strategies aimed at nurturing your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. It involves consciously and intentionally taking care of yourself, prioritizing your needs, and fostering a deep sense of self-love and compassion. Here, we will explore the different […]

Trust The Process

David Allen described “Patience” as the calm acceptance that things can happen in a different order than the one you have in your mind. Most times things won’t work out as planned or as you want them to be, and this can take a toll on us and our mental health. Well, do not be […]

The “YOU” in you

If someone asks you, “Who are you?” what do you give in reply? Hold a bit before you rush into answering that question. What if you were to ask yourself who YOU really are, can you sell yourself to YOU, and be accepted? Whatever your reply would be, there is still a “YOU in you” […]


Lot of things are normal in Nigeria because of the structure of our society. According to (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders), to distinguish between insane and sane people we need to acknowledge the cultural and subculture factors which make it really difficult to identify abnormal people in Nigeria society because everything seems really normal to Nigerians.

Nigeria conceptualization of mental illness and the World Health Organization’s definition

2% in 5% people are facing mental illness problem, while 4% in 5% find it very difficult to maintain a good mental health in Nigeria, but due to the stigma attached, they are counteracts from seeking treatments and good life choices, which has denied millions of promising young ones the opportunity to solid life chances to plan ahead for their future, the ability to be productive and privileges to impart the society.