15 Oct Let’s Get Healthy With 3 Of Comuniti’s Mental Health Features This Week
In the middle of a hectic week or the stressful lifestyle we have, we can still find guidance and altruism for our well-being mentally from Comuniti. If you have worries regarding your relationship with other people (and most loved ones in your life) or struggling with the mean sides of social media (or both really) check out these 3 articles written to comfort your soul. Hopefully your mental health’s getting better, we’re all rooting for you!
Beware With These 5 Signs Of Trust Issues and How to Get Rid Of Them
Written by Comuniti writer, Audrey Kareninna
Trust issues are indicated by fear of betrayal, abandonment and manipulation. Many of us have these feelings-do we have trouble trusting our boyfriends and girlfriends, or our parents, or even our doctors. These usually stem from a somewhat traumatic event: in the first case, the woman’s husband cheated on her in the past, and now she is naturally paranoid; in the second case, the boy’s father left when he was very young And never came back-he does not take any of his mother’s suitors seriously now; and in the third case, the 18-year-old mother was diagnosed with advanced breast cancer and died soon after- This young woman is now very cautious about the doctor’s expertise and evaluation.
Maybe you have a similar or similar painful experience, but you are not sure whether it will definitely cause trust problems. These following signs indicate that you have trust issues:
On The Way to Free People from Cyberbullying, How is Indonesia Doing in 2021?
Written by Comuniti writer, Sekar Kinasih Pradypta
It is known that cyberbullying is still a hot topic arise from across the world. Now that this world has no boundaries, there seems to be no clear line as to where people should not cross it. This phenomenon is being supported by the development of technology which affecting people’s behavior and way of thinking. They started to think that words coming from other sources are more dependable and believable. How strange.
What is Cyberbullying?
Taken from dslalawfirm.com, from the psychological side, this action is considered one of the bullying act. From the law side, it is a crime which is done on purpose in the form of slander, mockery, insult, abuse, and threat. This crime started from insulting a specific person on the cyberspace to bother that person.
This kind of crime could happen in social media, chatting platform, and gaming platform. This crime is a repeated act intended for scaring, making angry, or embarrassing the targeted person or people. For example:
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THE OCEAN IS BELONG TO OUR ENERGY OF LIFE; 4 ways to keep it clean.
Written by Comuniti writer, Renda Aulia
Life Under the Ocean
As human beings, the ocean is part of our living, the ocean is life, and people connect the sea. On the other side, it nearly for all aspects that we need the ocean, the food, air that we breathe and the water that we drink is from the ocean. It attains successfully and fits the ocean through 2020, creates a sustainable competitive advantage, and preserves marine and coastal ecosystems to avoid detrimental consequences, remarkably while increasing natural resilience and responding appropriately towards environmental maintenance.
The ocean is a huge body of saltwater that spans around 71 percent of the ocean’s surface and contains 97 percent of the planet’s water. “Any of the large bodies of water into which the vast ocean is split,” according to another definition. Five distinct ocean regions are identified by distinct names: Pacific (the biggest), Atlantic, Indian, Southern (Antarctic), and Arctic (the smallest). Seawater covers 361,000,000 km2 (139,000,000 sq mi) of the Earth’s surface. The ocean is the most important component of the earth’s hydrosphere and hence vital to species on the earth. The ocean impacts precipitation patterns, the biogeochemical cycles, and the water table by acting as a massive heat store.
Oceanus (/osins/; Greek: v keanós, pronounced [keanós]), the eldest of the Titans in ancient Greek mythology, is the source of the term ocean. Oceanus was thought to be the divine personification of a massive river encircled the globe through the ancient Greek philosophers.
The Indo-European notion of keanós may be traced back to ancient Greece. The Vedic epithet -áyna-, inferred of the dragon Vtra- kidnapped those cows/rivers, has been linked to Greek keanós. The Okeanos are shown on the dragon’s tail on several early Greek vases, which is related to this idea.
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And yes! Taking care of our beloved nature that includes the beautiful ocean is also a way of taking care our mental health. Hope you enjoyed the features and learned useful stuff from them, we’ll see you again next week!