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  1. Evanna Lynch opens up about her experience working with Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint in the Harry Potter series
  2. While recognising and then coming to terms with the signs of mental health troubles can seem pretty difficult in itself, we can only imagine how tough it might get to open up to somebody else and lay bare the troubles and worries that are weighing on your mind. Though it is understandable if this is the case when you’re trying to open up to a friend, the same shouldn’t be the case when trying to share things related to your mental health with your parents. But who are we kidding, it seems like one of the scariest things you may have had to do. © Pexels Since we know how important yet how sensitive it might be for one to talk things through with their parents, we got in touch with Ms Ila Kulshrestha who is a licensed clinical psychologist and a CID- UNESCO certified Arts based Therapist to guide you on how to best broach the topic with your parents. Ms Kulshreshtha says, “Talking to parents can be intimidating and scary for a number of reasons such as, not being sure if they will understand, not wanting to upset/disappoint them and even due to confusion about how to articulate our struggles and challenges so they can understand better.”Because the subject is sensitive for all the parties involved and we want to eliminate any possibility of misunderstanding (or keep it to a minimal level), Ms Kulshreshtha shared some tips for how to have a conversation with parents regarding mental health. © Pexels 1. Don’t be rushed and pick a time of the day with enough free time. 2. Privacy is key. Choose a location inside or outside the house where you feel comfortable and safe. It helps to know that you are not likely to be interrupted or overheard by someone else. 3. Choose a quiet, comfortable space. 4. Pick a method of communication that works for you and feels comfortable - phone, text, face to face. All first conversations don’t have to start off as face to face conversations. See what you feel comfortable with and what will allow you to share maximum information without getting nervous. © Pexels 5. Let them know if any of their questions make you uncomfortable and you are not ready to answer just yet politely. Don’t feel pressured to have all the answers. 6. Communicate what you expect from them after having received this information from you. Let them know how you would like to be supported in your recovery journey. 7. Don’t expect too much from one conversation. Learning about mental health concerns is a process and it may take all of you a few conversations. These really are just the initial steps you could take to introduce the subject and talk about your struggles with your parents. As difficult as it may seem, we need to remember that our family needs to be in the know of our state of mental well-being. That will not only put us at ease but also help our family to support us better in dealing with the issues at hand. View the full article
  3. Journalists and social activists attend a protest against the killing of Gauri Lankesh, a senior Indian journalist who according to police was shot dead outside her home by unidentified assailants in southern city of Bengaluru, in Ahmedabad, India,...
  4. KARACHI: Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N) leader Maryam Nawaz said on Friday that the Sharif family is neither unnerved nor will it be intimidated by anyone. The former prime minister?s daughter, in an interview with a private new channel, also said that this is the first such case in which the punishment was given before the case was registered. Maryam also reiterated her previous claims that Nawaz Sharif was disqualified for not taking a salary from his son?s company. However, the Pakistani nation has rejected Nawaz?s disqualification, she added. Everybody knows who the pawns are, there is no need to take their names, she remarked, adding that these pawns sometimes hide behind the judiciary or the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP). ?Mian Nawaz Sharif will return to the country soon,? said Maryam. ?We have a bright future. Try to stop us if you can,? she said while addressing all her rival political parties. Earlier in the day, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) submitted four interim references against the Sharif family and Finance Minister Ishaq Dar before the accountability court on Friday. Accountability court accepts all references against Sharifs, Dar: NAB Sharif family members and Dar can face up to 14 years imprisonment, heavy fine, and freezing of property as well as lifelong disqualification from public office if found guilty NAB Spokesperson Nawazish Ali told Geo News that all the references have been accepted for trial and nothing has been sent back. Three of the references are against former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, his daughter Maryam, son-in-law Capt (retd) Safdar and sons Hussain and Hasan while another is against Dar. If convicted, the accused can face up to 14 years imprisonment and lifelong disqualification from holding public office including the freezing of bank accounts and assets. The references were filed in light of the Supreme Court's July 28 decision in the Panama Papers case. The bureau was given six weeks, from the date of the court's order, to file the reference in an accountability court while the court was granted six months to wrap up the proceedings.
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