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Soft Dialogue: Understanding Cognitive Impairment, Dementia and Memory Loss
October,16 2018 Chantal Mudahogora Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_29234" align="alignnone" width="1024"] An illustration of memory loss[/caption] Memory loss is often referred as Amnesia, which means a partial or total loss of memory usually resulting from shock, fatigue, psychological disturbance, brain injury or other illnesses. Memory loss can be reversible depending of its cause. When memory loss is irreversible then physicians start to…
Safe Dialogue: Breaking the Chains of Substance Use Disorders
October,02 2018 Chantal Mudahogora Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_13145" align="alignnone" width="778"] Citizen get rid of illicit brew[/caption] Substance Use Disorders (SUD) is a clinical term otherwise known as alcohol and drugs abuse, addiction or alcohol and drugs dependency. Scientists began to study addictive behaviors in the 1930s; until this day, some cultures and traditions still consider people addicted to drugs and alcohol…
Safe Dialogue: Coping with Stress
September,25 2018 Chantal Mudahogora Comments(0)

Many people talk about stress and it often isn’t clear what stress is really about. While stress involves events and our response to them, these are not the most important factors. Our thoughts about the situations in which we find ourselves are the critical factor. When something happens to us, we automatically evaluate the situation…
Safe Dialogue: Understanding Post Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD)
September,18 2018 Chantal Mudahogora Comments(0)

Subsequent to my recent article on mental health; I received lots of feedback; some congratulating me; others thanking me for touching on a pressing issue faced by our communities on a local level and/or abroad. Others were asking more questions related to the mental health in general or specific to Post Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD).…
Soft and Safe Dialogue about Mental Health in Rwanda
September,13 2018 Chantal Mudahogora Comments(0)

Chantal Mudahogora Whether you are a farmer, a student, a teacher, a professor, a business person, an ordinary person assuming any professional responsibilities or simply a stay home mother taking care of own children; summer means a time to relax, travels, holidays or simply recharge and planning for a new season. This summer though; the…
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