The Mind Journal was thrilled to announce a momentous literary celebration that took place at the esteemed Oxford Bookstores, Kolkata, marking the launch of “Toxic Love Disorder: The Psychology of Toxic Relationships. recently. This event not only brought together avid readers and book enthusiasts but also attracted the attention of mental health experts and prominent celebrities, creating an inspiring platform to raise awareness about the intricate world of toxic relationships.
The event served as a captivating showcase for the outstanding work of The Minds Journal, a global platform, working with its flagship portal themindsjournal.com since the last 7 years, dedicated to the mental and emotional wellness of awakened individuals who embrace reading, writing, sharing, and critical thinking.
“Toxic Love Disorder” stands as a groundbreaking handbook crafted by 17 renowned international authors. This book serves as an indispensable guide for those seeking to understand, overcome, and heal from toxic relationships.
The event provided a platform to shed light on often-overlooked issues, particularly the presence of toxicity in various facets of life, ranging from intimate relationships to familial bonds and even within the professional realm.
There was Insightful Panel Discussions from Esteemed participants such as Melinda Pavek (Consul General, US Consulate, Kolkata), Paromita Mitra Bhaumik (Consultant Psychologist), Saira Shah Halim (Author, Educator, Social Activist), Ushasie Chakraborty, Shoumo Banerjee, Gulshanara Khatun (Actors), Dr. Vivek Agarwala, and Dr. Neha Choudhary (Oncologists), alongside Sakshi and Ritesh Choudhary (Founders of The Minds Journal and World Mental Health Association), engaged in a thought-provoking panel discussion that delved into the complexities of toxic relationships.
Attendees had the unique opportunity to engage with the panelists directly, fostering meaningful dialogue and the exchange of valuable insights.
The event attracted prominent figures from the city who lauded the concerted efforts aimed at fostering understanding of toxic relationships and advocating for increased awareness surrounding mental health.