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From Despair to Hope: Recovering from OCD

OCD is the third most common mental health condition in Singapore, affecting 1 in 28 people. Individuals suffering from this condition spend a lot of time and energy obsessing over and doing compulsions, often finding their lives completely turned upside down.

Most of them come to seek help only when their life has begun to spiral out of control.

But, it is never too late to seek help. OCD is treatable and can be overcome. So, never give up. Treatment, support, and information are available in our community.

Read Xian Wan’s experience in struggling with OCD and how she overcame it in My Mental Health.

Clarity Singapore’s BRAVE Festival 2020 Ends on a High Note

BRAVE – Catholic Youth Mental Health Festival 2020 that ended recently had a unique atmosphere. Given the pandemic, the festival was held online, but still showed the enthusiasm of the participants to be part of it.

Mental health is important to us all, but in Singapore, open discussions about mental health issues are still somewhat stigmatised in society. Tackling this head-on, Clarity Singapore, together with Caritas Singapore, believed it was time to hold a mental health festival for youth as a platform for them to have open conversations about mental health.

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Mental Wellness and Faith on the Challenges of COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives in the way we interact, work and study. For many of us, having to manage these changes in our comfortable state can be challenging.

During this time, too, questions such as, “Where is God in this?”, “Where can I find God in this?” started to come up…

So, how do we cope with challenges from faith standpoint? in collaboration with Clarity Singapore brought to you a live talk show on this topic on youtube

Tune in to find what makes sense of what’s going on!

Breathe Your Way to Better Mental Health

How can breath be helpful for mental health?

Breathing exercises are a good way to relax and natural tools to combat issues like stress and anxiety, and reduce tension. With the right and regular breathing exercises, you can regain your quality of life and control over your mental health.

Let’s look at several breathing exercises you can do at any point during your day and the wonder of these breathing exercises in My Mental Health. So, start practising, take a deep breath in… And out!


January/February 2021 issue

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