Professional's view of the world
This is a very friendly and casual interview, which i would like to share as she has some extensive knowledge. She is a student counselor at a reputed university in India, she gives an insight of what is happening, how do we overcome them. There are some areas which needs to be touched, like knowing your rights as a citizen, educating people and children. As a psychiatrist, she knows a lot of psychological aspects covered in this video.
Thanks to my team back in India for the interview, and apologies for the background noise
I would cover the key points here, you can watch the video for more details
- She is a psychiatrist, who helps people overcome their mental challenges.
- Boys are more affected to mental health than girls.
- Girls from rural areas are more attracted to relationships, urban girls are also attracted, but they are used to that ambience.
- Women have lot of issues, like family issues, job issues, father in law, daughter in law isues, stress factors, sexual harassment, verbal and physical abuse.
- In low income urban areas, husbands are drunkards, they depend on their wives for money.
- Women miss dignity, recognition, they do not know their rights as women.
- Women were thought to be submissive, lack education.
- Inherent social skills missing, NGOs' have to help them, women think that it is their fate.
- Identify problem areas and talk to them, educate about their rights and help the victims come out of the challenges.
- Women were sold for money.
- Women are not secure in the world.
- Women face psychological traumas, and are worried about the society.
- Women's freedom is necessary but at the cost of what? They should be responsible for her own safety, be aware of their freedom and check how secure they are.
- Women need to safeguard themselves, in this cyberworld, they should be aware of the postings they post on socialmedia websites.
- They should be assertive, the implication of consent should be clear in their mind
- CCTVs should be installed to check for any misbehavior.