Scars – A Proud Reminder | Shalini

Learn from your mistakes and move on. But these mistakes will leave scars. In order to heal we need to move on. Some of you will ask the question – Is moving on as simple as I make it sound? The answer to that is No, it is not but we need to do it. If a wound is not treated it will fester and … Continue reading Scars – A Proud Reminder | Shalini

Prolonged Isolation | Atray

Hanging out with our friends and family surely gives us a sense of relief from the daily stresses of our lives. However, there are times when we want to isolate ourselves and give ourselves some personal space. Like anything else, it’s not a bad idea if done in moderation. Getting habitual to the peace and calm of the solitude can solidify itself into a prolonged … Continue reading Prolonged Isolation | Atray

Life Lessons from Chhichhore | Jatin

“Beta yeh tumhara result decide nahi karta ki tum loser ho ya nahi, tumhari koshish karti hai”. (Child, your result doesn’t decide your success, your effort does). I think almost everyone wanted to hear this from their parents at one point or the other in their life. Making Chhichhore hit every chord of human emotions so perfectly. The peer pressure movie we deserved. In the … Continue reading Life Lessons from Chhichhore | Jatin

International Survival from Suicide Day | Triah

A while back I was suffering from depression and anxiety issues. The transition from school and college made me a very anxious person. It was a hard time as I was having identity issues and could not discriminate between what I am and what I want to be and tried to act according to another person. I was feeling hopeless and worthless and felt so … Continue reading International Survival from Suicide Day | Triah

Adoption gives Wings | Ambalika

Even today, adopting a kid in an Indian household is not considered an ideal set-up. It is either considered to be an alternative or helpless. And unfortunately, it is neither of them. A biological child would give you the same happiness as the one who is adopted. A child is a child at the end of the day and it all depends on how much … Continue reading Adoption gives Wings | Ambalika

International Day of Tolerance | Rohit

TOLERANCE can either make a man or break one.  We have always been told by our parents that we need to tolerate and we always asked ourselves why? Why tolerate an urge, why tolerate an irritating cousin, why tolerate eating that dish I hate? Toleration has always been a part of our life. Even today we are tolerating someone or something and have been pretty … Continue reading International Day of Tolerance | Rohit

Life: A Bewitching Tempest | Lavanya

Life is a bewitching tempest   Wherein love alone ensures conquest  Filled with intriguing moments.  Life is an amazing   Amalgam of experiences  Blending thoughts and actions,  Life presents its unique reactions.  It smiles like in a reverie   Never failing to usher in another worry,  Life is a testing puzzle   Challenging our faith and hope,  It preaches like holy Pope,  Seizing our peace and calm   It bestows the sea with placid … Continue reading Life: A Bewitching Tempest | Lavanya

Importance of Identity | Atray

We wake up, the day begins, we complete repetitive yet necessary chores, the day ends and we fall asleep. The same story happens all over again the next day and we, sometimes, tend to forget about our emotions and robotically, simply tend to focus on the next task and then the next one and so the cycle continues. It’s highly probable to feel distant with … Continue reading Importance of Identity | Atray

Do Dreams Die with Age? | Ambalika

Do your dreams die with increasing rat race? Do you ask this question to yourself as you grow up? I am sure we do have thoughts about it sometime or the other. We are unfortunately trapped in a generation where achieving considerably huge milestones at an early age is considered to be kept at the pedestal. Someone who started a startup at an age of … Continue reading Do Dreams Die with Age? | Ambalika

Plans don’t Always Work | Kritika

Plans, something we all make before we put things into action. Be it a rough outline of how you’ll spend your weekend or a detailed hour by hour breakdown of that perfect dream vacation. There is hardly anything we do without making a plan. A daily list, weekly to-do, monthly goals, yearly goals, 5-year goals. We all strategically plan and organize our to-do or to-achieve … Continue reading Plans don’t Always Work | Kritika

Love Never Dies | Jatin

Not every love story has a happy ending. Not every love story lasts forever. That doesn’t mean the love wasn’t real, or the people were flawed. Sometimes, love only exists to teach you something. The day I confessed to you and you hugged me to say that you loved me too, that day I thought that this was it. This is my endgame. You are … Continue reading Love Never Dies | Jatin

Importance of Good Parenting | Ambalika

We are born in this world; we reach our teenage years and then finally grow up. The people who play the most important part in our lives are our parents. If your family or primarily your parents are toxic or are the ones who don’t really get you, it is traumatizing. You smile, play, laugh and do all the activities that gauge your attention but … Continue reading Importance of Good Parenting | Ambalika

OCD Awareness | Rohit

From the year 2020 as coronavirus emerged we have learnt a lot. Locked up in 4 walls, watching as the virus took many but it was an opportunity for us to grow individually and spend time with our loved ones. Though this was a boon for us. The biggest problem that people face nowadays is OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder). Being locked up has made us … Continue reading OCD Awareness | Rohit

Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness | Shalini

The ability to bear children is God’s gift to women. Something to be cherished. Pregnancy is a revelation; it is a journey and like any journey, it has its ups and downs. Also, like any journey, your pregnancy experiences are unique. No two pregnancies are the same. Any woman who has had 2 or more children will tell you that each of their pregnancies has … Continue reading Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness | Shalini

Awareness of Choice | Triah

Being in Indian society, it is very hard to come out about your sexuality even if you have self-acceptance. You are taunted and stereotyped and whatnot. Even today so-called “open-minded” generation have a hard time accepting someone else sexuality or preference. Therefore, many stay quiet. It was quite recently I discovered the word called Demisexual. Not sure if you have heard it before. It’s the … Continue reading Awareness of Choice | Triah