• Loneliness is a problem for all ages

    Tracy Crouch, the first loneliness minister in the UK’s history, said – “Loneliness should be recognized as a problem, regardless of age.” She feels that a national dialogue is needed to get out of the prevailing conception of loneliness and create a mentality that can be acknowledged if one feels lonely. At a conference in London, Tracey Crouch said “the government cannot make friends for us”, but some strategies to enhance “social connection” can play a key role. And it also helps to have good evidence of what works best to eliminate loneliness. The minister added that the mentality of taking loneliness seriously may be something like “our mental health…

  • Can there be a problem if you read too many books?

    Once you buy books, it will be difficult to keep up with the cost of your stay, even increasing your chances of becoming a fakir. Learn more about different topics, so that your character can boast. If you are a student, you can skip the textbook after reading these books. This will have a serious impact on your CGPA. If you’re a jobber, office work can seem boring in the usual way. As a result, there will be fear of being fired. At one point you will start reading books in the bathroom. There will be no address at meal time. It can cause health problems. Having fun with friends…

  • In your opinion, what is the highest form or stage of self-control?

    1. Your crush is active on Facebook. A green light is lit next to his name. But you didn’t send him a message. 2. You deactivate all your social media accounts, feeling the urge to restart your accounts for a little while each day. But you are determined to stay away from social media. 3. Avoid pornography and all kinds of exciting videos. 4. You quit smoking in the end. But your mind is giving you a message for nicotine. And you made a promise not to touch cigarettes again. 5. When you have many opportunities to date but you pay close attention to studying instead of dating to avoid…