"The road to success and the road to failure are almost exactly the same." – Colin R. Davis

Mental Counselling of Kids is Mandatory

Recently in two different incident young kids took their lives – one happened in Hyderabad where a 12- year-old girl committed suicide over bad treatment by parents. In another incident a young boy committed suicide over a bad haircut. Both the incidents are alarming and highly troubling occurrence that requires immediate attention. The fact that young people are committing suicide shows that there are major issues that require attention, such as a lack of resources and assistance for mental health, poverty, social isolation, and insufficient educational opportunities. It is heartbreaking to consider that kids who aren't even teenagers are choosing suicide because they believe they have no other choice. This tragic loss of life and opportunity cannot be disregarded. Because the causes of these suicides are complicated and multidimensional, it will need a concerted effort from individuals, communities, and the government. Giving children's mental health resources and support top priority is one of the most important things that must be done. This entails making counselling and therapy services accessible as well as raising public awareness and educating people about mental health and wellbeing. Also, it's critical to address the underlying causes of poverty and social isolation, which, particularly among the weak, can fuel emotions of hopelessness and despair.

Sajida Farheen,

Politician’s Misognist Remarks

Politician Nabeel Gabol recently made some comments on a podcast that were completely unacceptable. Not only were the comments disrespectful to women and girls, but they were also demeaning to every sane person involved in the maintenance of civilised society. The fact that Mr. Gabol has sway over some social networks is rather alarming. His words would appear to the young people in those communities to justify a senseless wrong. Naturally, this will only cause additional issues for women in society. The comments were extremely demeaning to the countless human rights advocates who have risked their lives in the fight to abolish gender-based violence. It is imperative that everyone, regardless of their social standing, take responsibility for their speech and make sure they are not supporting any misogynistic behaviour or statements. Human rights activist and lawyer Nighat Dad, Bakhtawar Bhutto-Zardari, author Fatima Bhutto and artist Zulfikar Ali Bhutto took to Twitter to voice their disgust, calling the rhetoric “repulsive” and “sick”. Other people has also spoke about it but I believe that strict action should be taken against such an irresponsible politician. It is also responsibility of content creator to avoid calling such foolish people on their channels just for the sake of publicity. Be responsible towards society.

Tabinda Ghazal,