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Positive Psychology – Minimizing and Maximizing

Cognitive distortions are irrational, exaggerated patterns of thought not grounded in facts and can lead to a perception of things (often negative) that is different from their actual reality. It is common for people to experience cognitive distortions from time to time; it is a fundamental aspect of being human and tends to occur more frequently when we feel low. However, perceiving negative thoughts as absolute truths can lead to a distorted self-image and influence your behavior based on inaccurate assumptions. Excessive indulgence in negative thoughts can have a detrimental impact on your mental wellbeing. By familiarizing yourself with cognitive distortions, you can develop the ability to adjust and redirect your thoughts to influence your mood and behavior positively. Recognizing and changing patterns of negative thinking is crucial as they can contribute to emotional problems, suc... Read More
Maj Dr Farah Bilal
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Editor’s Note

India hosted the G20 tourism meet in May of 2023 in the Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) to deceive the world and propagate its false narrative of safety and prosperity in the occupied valley. The picture of safety and prosperity India tried to portray is the polar opposite of the ground Read More
Nadia Zubair
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Managing Glass Waste: An Eco-Friendly Approach

Glass is commonly present in municipal solid waste (MSW) in the form of various containers, including bottles and jars for food, soft drink bottles, cosmetics, and other products. Glass waste is also produced from glass materials found in durable goods such as furniture, appliances, and consumer ele... Read More
Dr Shazia Akhtar
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Dysfunctional Family Dynamics and Women

Dysfunctional family dynamics refer to patterns of interaction within a family that hinder healthy relationships and emotional wellbeing. These dynamics often manifest through poor communication, unresolved conflicts, lack of emotional support, and rigid roles within the family structure. Recognizin... Read More
Hareem Naqvi
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Meal Planning for Beginners

Meal planning is simply asking what is for lunch or dinner once for the entire week or longer rather than every day. It also entails shopping for the ingredients and preparing ahead of time to make the cooking process convenient. Meal planning involves making decisions about your meals in advance, t... Read More
Madiha Ghauri

Mental Detox – A Break from Social Media

In our interconnected world, the allure of social media is undeniable. But we continue hearing about taking a break from social media. Why should one take a break from social media? Is it really that important? The answer is that with the constant stimulus and information influx/overload of using so... Read More
Safa Ali Khan

Preventing Parental Burnout

Parenthood is a profoundly fulfilling experience, but it is also a demanding journey for parents, both emotionally and physically. It can bring you immense joy that you have never experienced, but it also comes with a significant burden of responsibilities. In today’s fast-paced world, where m... Read More
Zahra Ejaz

The Chimera of Freedom of Speech: India’s Suppression of Women Journalists in IIOJK

The state of affairs in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) has deteriorated significantly since August 5, 2019. The voices of Kashmiris have now been virtually... Read More
Omay Aimen

Glow from Within by Nourishing Your Skin with DIY Skincare Elixirs

In the bustling world of skincare, where countless products line the shelves promising radiant results, it is easy to overlook the natural treasures that lie in your kitchen. Do it... Read More
Ramsha Anis

Women of Conflict: Life and Struggles of the Women of IIOJK

The signing of the instrument of accession by the Sikh Maharaja enabled India to annex the Muslim-majority state of Jammu and Kashmir against the wishes of its people. The Indian d... Read More
Mehr Ispahani

Recipes

Korean Fried Chicken Ingredients Whole chicken, cut into 10 pieces            1 Marinade Grated ginger            &nb... Read More
Hira Ahmed

Strategies for Reducing Energy Consumption in Pakistan

Pakistan is presently experiencing a significant energy deficit, one reason for which is the unbridled energy consumption that is impeding economic progress and making daily lives ... Read More
Tasneem Shafiq

Sister Zeph :A Saint of Education for the Underprivileged

Riffat Arif, commonly known as Sister Zeph, is an educationist, climate and women’s rights activist, philanthropist, published writer, motivational speaker and community figu... Read More
Nadia Zubair

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