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How to battle depression
Bad to worse
Signalling intent
The U.S. trial at The Hague
Follow Protocols (ToI)
The many questions about Favipiravir
NEWS
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How to battle depression
Bad to worse
Signalling intent
The U.S. trial at The Hague
Follow Protocols (ToI)
The many questions about Favipiravir
NEWS
How to battle depression
?When a young person who had many years of
productive life left, who was a National Olympiad
Winner in Physics, and who left a career in
mechanical engineering to become a talented and
popular actor, takes such an extreme step, it’s a
collective loss to the nation.
?Life is sometimes filled with anxiety, internal
conflict, disharmony, uncertainty and fear of the
unknown.
?One tends to feel like a stranger to one’ s self.
?There are many factors that cause stress in modern
life.
Page 3


How to battle depression
Bad to worse
Signalling intent
The U.S. trial at The Hague
Follow Protocols (ToI)
The many questions about Favipiravir
NEWS
How to battle depression
?When a young person who had many years of
productive life left, who was a National Olympiad
Winner in Physics, and who left a career in
mechanical engineering to become a talented and
popular actor, takes such an extreme step, it’s a
collective loss to the nation.
?Life is sometimes filled with anxiety, internal
conflict, disharmony, uncertainty and fear of the
unknown.
?One tends to feel like a stranger to one’ s self.
?There are many factors that cause stress in modern
life.
?More engagement with technology and less with people
?More focus on “success” (the ends) rather than the process of 
learning (the means)
?Never-ending aspirations
?Relationship issues
?Impatience while doing tasks, for this is a generation looking for 
instant gratification
?Too many choices and the limitations of the human mind to choose 
wisely
Page 4


How to battle depression
Bad to worse
Signalling intent
The U.S. trial at The Hague
Follow Protocols (ToI)
The many questions about Favipiravir
NEWS
How to battle depression
?When a young person who had many years of
productive life left, who was a National Olympiad
Winner in Physics, and who left a career in
mechanical engineering to become a talented and
popular actor, takes such an extreme step, it’s a
collective loss to the nation.
?Life is sometimes filled with anxiety, internal
conflict, disharmony, uncertainty and fear of the
unknown.
?One tends to feel like a stranger to one’ s self.
?There are many factors that cause stress in modern
life.
?More engagement with technology and less with people
?More focus on “success” (the ends) rather than the process of 
learning (the means)
?Never-ending aspirations
?Relationship issues
?Impatience while doing tasks, for this is a generation looking for 
instant gratification
?Too many choices and the limitations of the human mind to choose 
wisely
?With the bridging of gender inequalities, increase
in employment of women, growth and
development of urban and peri-urban areas,
interference of the media and social media in
every aspect of life, and disruption in the
traditional joint family system, there is an
underlying strain on the socio-cultural fabric.
?Some of this stress, if not handled well, can push
human beings into depression.
Page 5


How to battle depression
Bad to worse
Signalling intent
The U.S. trial at The Hague
Follow Protocols (ToI)
The many questions about Favipiravir
NEWS
How to battle depression
?When a young person who had many years of
productive life left, who was a National Olympiad
Winner in Physics, and who left a career in
mechanical engineering to become a talented and
popular actor, takes such an extreme step, it’s a
collective loss to the nation.
?Life is sometimes filled with anxiety, internal
conflict, disharmony, uncertainty and fear of the
unknown.
?One tends to feel like a stranger to one’ s self.
?There are many factors that cause stress in modern
life.
?More engagement with technology and less with people
?More focus on “success” (the ends) rather than the process of 
learning (the means)
?Never-ending aspirations
?Relationship issues
?Impatience while doing tasks, for this is a generation looking for 
instant gratification
?Too many choices and the limitations of the human mind to choose 
wisely
?With the bridging of gender inequalities, increase
in employment of women, growth and
development of urban and peri-urban areas,
interference of the media and social media in
every aspect of life, and disruption in the
traditional joint family system, there is an
underlying strain on the socio-cultural fabric.
?Some of this stress, if not handled well, can push
human beings into depression.
?Some interesting cases and studies throw light on
the coping mechanisms for anxiety and depression.
Viktor Frankl, who was detained in Nazi
concentration camps, studied the source of
depression and found that it is the lack of
meaning in life.
?Individuals who are able to discover meaning
tend to achieve the will and strength to endure
life.
?That brings us to the next question: how do we
find meaning in life? Meaning can be found in love
and work.
?Love for fellow beings is what motivates a person
to work or take action.
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