Halloween is everyone’s favorite time of the year. The fresh autumn breeze that brushes past the faces every time people step-out are loved. It is socially accepted to flaunt around in imaginary characters on this day. If the characters are affecting you deeply, you might come across mental illness like OCD i.e. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Do not worry as this condition can be taken care of with proper OCD medication. Be a part of Halloween and get out of your houses with full confidence in your favorite characters. The season fosters a spirit of imagination, which is the best part of the celebration. People are seen enjoying the outfits of Harley Quinn and Harry Potter. People come up in aluminum foil as a baked potato, or in “Just Do It” T-shirt as Shia LaBeouf.
In this season, the more uptight people chose to wear as Disney characters and stuff themselves with candy-like a kid. It seems as if the cultural atmosphere makes a way to the creative spirit within them. Halloween festivities come with creativity and storytelling abilities. It is a key highlight to remind that imagination is a very powerful tool for people with different mental conditions like OCD. Mental disorders are frequently made aware of the limitations and restrictions, and the disability stigmas that exist in the society. People with disabilities aspire to harness the imaginative spirit throughout the year. One should use its inventiveness to pursue careers, live independently, and find out solutions of different health challenges like OCD.
Every time creativity doesn’t necessarily mean creating a painting as notable as Picasso, or writing a great novel, instead it can be as simple as solutions to everyday problems. So embrace this season of Halloween and remember to keep the imagination flowing all year round.Though the Halloween is a spirit of imagination, most of the people think that they don’t have imagination. But they pretend on Halloween. Because it’s a grand night of imagination. Everyone gets busy in vampire or ghost stories. Heroes and cultural characters in the book can be seen on the street that night.