International Self-Care Day | Triah

Many of us work in hectic jobs where the individual does not get time for one’s own basic needs. Some of us feel that self-care is a selfish thing to do and we should focus more on others’ needs and we spend all our life focusing on others and forgetting to take care of ourselves. Even though self-care feels like a selfish thing to you, … Continue reading International Self-Care Day | Triah

Relationship doesn’t Guarantee Love | Triah

I’ve often seen that in a relationship, one person always thinks that they put in more effort and try harder than the other one. Sometimes it’s easy for us to hold someone responsible for everything and come out clean ourselves, isn’t it? And whenever we think of a relationship, we all want to be heard, valued, respected and above all loved. But we often forget … Continue reading Relationship doesn’t Guarantee Love | Triah

Cost of being a Woman | Triah

We know that women and girls, across the globe, are being systematically denied their most basic rights. You may find gender equality from the household to society.  The most basic form of not having the same parental role as underpaid workers. But not only societal based discrimination is faced by women, in this so-called “modern world”, many private industries are also creating gender disparities among … Continue reading Cost of being a Woman | Triah

International Women’s Day | Triah

People say the life of a woman is not easy. They have their up and downs, their share of difficulties, fights, regrets. Each day they have a battle with herself or others. She is the creative force of the universe in almost all its expressions. Life begins in her womb and it is in her guiding hands and tender care that it finds expression. She … Continue reading International Women’s Day | Triah

What Schools Teach? | Triah

As an adult whenever we think about school it makes us nostalgic and takes us on a happy journey. Having bittersweet moments. As we grow from children to adults, school plays the most important role in our life. School days are the golden days where we got many friends, enjoyed their company, shared our happy and sad moments and sometimes lunch with them, played with … Continue reading What Schools Teach? | Triah

Growing Up – A Part of Life | Triah

Each one of us has nostalgic memories of childhood in our minds. As I listen to the song “Kho Gaye hum Kahan” remind me of the journey each of us has from childhood to adult. That is in the process of growing, sometimes, we lose our innocence. In childhood, it was less stress, less anxiety, and every day and everything felt as colourful as a … Continue reading Growing Up – A Part of Life | Triah

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

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

What is Normal? | Triah

If you are just like me, to whom people complain that you are “too loud”, “too much” etc. I just want to say that you will always be “too much” for someone too loud, too quiet, too boring, too this or that for others.  I have been always asking myself the question “who are these people who decide too much”? And “How do they decide”? … Continue reading What is Normal? | Triah

Fear of Failure | Triah

Most fear of failure is short-sighted — meaning we don’t generally fear failing to do something well after years of practice, hard work and repetition. What we really fear is failing to do something right the first time. This bears repeating: What we really fear is failing to do something right the first time. You know the most common fear everyone is fear of failure … Continue reading Fear of Failure | Triah