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The Hopeful Rant
8 minutes | Mar 31, 2020
Monologues | S02E02 | What is your response?
What kind of responses are people having around you? Are you feeling a little different? Anxious, or maybe in the state of panic? We are all responding to this state of lockdown in different ways, but do you know what kinds of behavior do people exhibit and why in the state of an epidemic or pandemic? Well if you don’t then listen to Prateek in this episode to learn more about it and you may be able to understand your state better.
7 minutes | Mar 22, 2020
Monologues | S02E01 | Cling to hope!
It's normal to feel stressed and anxious about the corona-virus pandemic. Information overload and 24*7 news can make it even worse. But all is not bad out there. There is a lot of positive stuff happening to look for. Listen to Prateek as he talks about it. Remember that you are not alone. If you are feeling stressed, anxious or lonely and need someone to talk to, feel free to comment or drop us an email at email@example.com. Happy listening. Stay home and stay safe.
7 minutes | Jun 9, 2019
Monologues | Ep: 16 | What is OCD?
OCD is now often used in our day to day communications. Most of the times, we use the term OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) to describe a ours or someone else's quirky behavior. However, OCD is a serious mental health condition which effects the everyday lives of the people experiencing it. Living with OCD is manageable. So is living with people experiencing OCD. Just like physical diseases such as Diabetes and Thyroid Disorder, OCD is manageable under the guidance of a qualified professional. Listen to this podcast to know more about OCD, it's signals and what you can do to help people experiencing OCD. Don't forget to share this podcast with anyone whom you feel might benefit from it. We are awaiting your feedback in the comments section or at firstname.lastname@example.org. :)
6 minutes | May 18, 2019
Monologues | Ep: 15 | Do you live for the weekend?
Can't wait for the weekend? Do Monday morning blues seem unbeatable to you? Do you also think "hafte mein chaar shanivaar hone chahiye?" - We got an interesting request from one of our listener to talk about our love for weekends and hate for weekdays. Listen to this monologue to get some interesting perspective on weekdays and weekends. After-all, weekdays form the majority part of our lives and we must make them enjoyable. If you found this monologue relevant , please put in your feedback in the comments section. You can also email yiur feedback directly to the host at email@example.com
6 minutes | Feb 24, 2019
Monologues | Ep: 14 | Aftermath of failure
We are bound to encounter failures in life. It is not the failure, but our reaction to it which determines our future. What should we do in the aftermath of failure? Listen to this and more in this episode. How do you tackle failures? Let us know in the comments or email us at Prateek@ixchel.life.
6 minutes | Feb 24, 2019
Monologues | Ep: 13 | Self Talk
Believe it or not, but there someone who is always talking to you. This voice always tells you what, how, why and when to do anything. This voice is basically your inner voice. But what to do when this inner voice becomes negative, cynical or doubtful? How to stop or channel this intense mental chatter? Listen to this monologue by Prateek Tyagi where he discusses all about it! Let us know your thoughts in the comments or share them with us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
7 minutes | Feb 17, 2019
Monologues | Ep: 12 | Music Therapy
Music has always been associated with various emotions. Recently it has gained quite some popularity amongst therapists. So what is all this hype about? What kind of benefits does music have on people? What kind of therapies can be done with it? This is what Prateek Tyagi has attempted to unearth in this monologue. Do let us know your thoughts on this podcast in the comments section below or at email@example.com.
6 minutes | Feb 10, 2019
Monologues | Ep: 11 | Gratitude
Why does everyone talk about practicing gratitude so often? Is it really a powerful tool to improve the state of our mental health? How do we actually practice gratitude? Listen to this monologue by Prateek Tyagi where he address the above questions in a way we all understand! Do let us know your thoughts on this podcast in the comments below or at firstname.lastname@example.org .
6 minutes | Feb 3, 2019
Monologues | Ep: 10 | Emotional Eating
Emotional eating it not just about lack of self control and discipline. It's much more than that. It's one of the ways to overcome our negative emotions. But, is it the right way? Listen to this podcast where Prateek Tyagi talks more about it. If you are also experience emotional eating, write down to us at email@example.com or comment below how you are trying to overcome it!
7 minutes | Jan 27, 2019
Monologues | Ep: 9 | Are we crazy?
Have you seen how people cringe at the name of therapy?With the unprecedented increase in the number of mental health issues of people, the stigma over therapy has to be removed. In this episode, Prateek Tyagi has taken on this stigma head on and has described the reasons why, we should be proud about taking professional help. Give it a shot to know the true benefits of therapy Share your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org
7 minutes | Jan 20, 2019
Monologues | Ep:8 l Self Doubt
All of us struggle with self doubt. Often times we doubt ourselves, our looks and our abilities. If this thought pattern is frequent, it can result in negative self talk and self hatred. Listen to this monologue where Prateek Tyagi discusses more about self doubt and how to overcome it!
7 minutes | Jan 6, 2019
Monologues | Ep:7 l Chained To Desk
e live to work or we work to live? Prateek Tyagi in this podcast highlights the modern behavior we all have at certain years of our lives. Being a workoholic and being chained to our desks. Let us know your thoughts at email@example.com
7 minutes | Dec 30, 2018
Monologues | Ep:6 l Sleep Off To Glory
One of the Bright Side writers decided to adjust his daily routine to leave only 2-4 hours for sleep! Do you ever think about how cool it would be if there were more hours in a day? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
8 minutes | Dec 23, 2018
Monologues | Ep:5 l Toxic Relationships
Prateek Tyagi talks about the danger signs of a toxic relationship. The various ways you might get into one, ways to avoid it, and most importantly, addressing it. Share your thoughts at email@example.com
8 minutes | Dec 16, 2018
Monologues | Ep:4 l Loneliness
Humans are a social species, we rely on connections to survive, even the most basic social interactions help keep us alive. Statistics prove the subjective feeling of loneliness can increase the likelihood of premature death to 20 percent. Loneliness is not a choice, its a disease. Prateek Tyagi talks about its awareness and cures. Share your thoughts about this episode at firstname.lastname@example.org
8 minutes | Dec 9, 2018
Monologues | Ep:3 | Paralysis by Analysis
Paralysis by Analysis is a moment when over-analyzing or over-thinking a situation can cause it to become 'paralyzed', meaning that no action was taken. Most of us encounter such moments whenever we are presented with multiple choices. In this episode, Prateek discusses this phenomenon and ways to get out of such paralysis. Email us at email@example.com to share your thoughts about this episode.
8 minutes | Dec 2, 2018
Monologues | Ep:2 | Why am i tired?
Do you often feel tired, frustrated or burnt out? Prateek Tyagi talks more about mental burn outs in this monologue. Do let us know if you found this piece relevant. You can also email us your suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org
8 minutes | Nov 25, 2018
Monologues | Ep:1 l Age Vs Achievement
In this monologue, Prateek talks about something which we all have experienced in our lives. The Age vs Achievement Stigma. So many times we compare ourselves with people around us and feel that we are lagging behind in life. We see their lives on Facebook and Instagram and compare our worst moments with their best ones. We create an unreal image of ourselves in our minds and start chasing it. But is it the right way to think? Does it help? Listen to this podcast and let us know your opinions about the Age vs Achievement Stigma at email@example.com
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