Is it Every Enough? | Rohit

I have questions to which I never will get answers. The biggest question that runs my mind is, is it ever enough? Is it ever enough? The love you give to someone.  Is it ever enough? All the things to do for your family. Is it ever enough? The way you live.  Is it ever enough? The life that is offered to you. I have … Continue reading Is it Every Enough? | Rohit

Choose yourself | Triah

When it comes to a friendship or any relationship, things tend to go up and down. There are some good days and there are some bad days. But when your close person changes you feel heartbreak whether it’s a friendship or a relationship. You feel so angry, sad, confused, and helpless, all at the same time. Sometimes you even blame yourself, get anxious, doubt yourself, … Continue reading Choose yourself | Triah

Friendship Day ’22 | Jatin

Partner-in-crime, bhai (brother), yaar (friend); I’m pretty sure these terms remind you of someone. That someone may be one person, or a group of people, that makes you feel at home in this strange world. Those are the people that are your family away from your family. They are the people for whom ‘I’ll be there for you’ was composed in the first place; you … Continue reading Friendship Day ’22 | Jatin

Many Loves – An Expedition | Shreya

Some or most of us have many romantic loves in this lifetime. Sometimes more than one at any given point in time. Yes! I am talking about Polyamory. So, what is all the hype about this term gaining momentum lately? It has always been around; people are just opening up about it now. Geeky Fact: Poly comes from a Greek word meaning “many” and amor … Continue reading Many Loves – An Expedition | Shreya

Addressing Myths about Psychologists | Ambalika

If you are wondering that no such thing exists, then let me just enlighten you by busting some unacceptable myths that psychologists generally go through given at what pace this profession is rising. This is actually based on a stereotype that psychologists are listeners, someone who is a perfect person and would not generally express strident emotions like anger or agony. This cannot be true … Continue reading Addressing Myths about Psychologists | Ambalika

International day against Drug abuse and Trafficking | Rohit

The days are stressful and it is creating a lot of evil in our society without end and mercy. The demon at its peak and what looks like a beautiful dream is a disastrous nightmare. Youth the pillars our future relies on have been dragged into the gutter of hard drugs and halogens which start off like a piece of stress management but then convert … Continue reading International day against Drug abuse and Trafficking | Rohit

Men’s Health Week | Atray

It is not every day we talk about men’s health in particular as being healthy and discussing health is not something one would associate with the gender. But since men’s health week is here, it is imperative we not only talk about it but also ensure we take care and motivate them to be more active and remain conscious of their good health for a … Continue reading Men’s Health Week | Atray

Busting Mental Health Myths | Kritika

We use a lot of terms very lightly these days— depression, traumatized, bipolar. Being sad, upset or deeply hurt by something does not hold the same meaning as being depressed. Similarly, having a sudden change in one’s mood does not make them bipolar. We have come to misinterpret the definitions of a lot of psychological terms over time and, therefore, misuse them. This has, inadvertently, … Continue reading Busting Mental Health Myths | Kritika

Smile & Observe | Atray

I remember, a couple of years ago, I was sitting among a few friends, we were discussing a topic that was so-not-important as I don’t even remember what it was! Anyway, things got escalated and the discussion heated up. That’s when one of our friends told us to take a deep breath and smile. I observed that smiling seemed so contagious as we all couldn’t … Continue reading Smile & Observe | Atray

Isolation: Happy yet Destructive | Rohit

Most of us at some point in life have thought about going into complete isolation where we are hiding from society and this generally happens when we see a lot of toxicity around us and we find everyone lying and cheating. Isolation is completely normal and healthy until we are not ready to accept society anymore and decide to go into a phase where we … Continue reading Isolation: Happy yet Destructive | Rohit

The Forbidden Fruit | Lavanya

Since childhood, every single thing you have been asked not to do has intrigued you. Why? What makes you want to go where you are specifically told not, or what makes you want to do things which you are forbidden from? DO NOT OPEN, every thriller movie has a similar premise, the entire story depend on the protagonist’s inclination to do the exact opposite of … Continue reading The Forbidden Fruit | Lavanya

Silence – An Unattainable Power | Rohit

In this regular mundane life. The most beautiful gift given to us by the nature, by our mother earth and the gods of the seven heavens is silence. A state of mind that is hard to achieve and almost impossible to maintain. Our small little escapes are not what I am talking about. Some people confuse mental peace with silence. Silence is different. Mental peace … Continue reading Silence – An Unattainable Power | Rohit

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

Never Give Up – A Scam | Ambalika

The idea of never giving up and hustling to achieve what you take up is something that is sold daily to everyone, especially youngsters. As a society, we are looked down upon if we fail to achieve something that we have set as a goal for ourselves. We are constantly fed with examples of how people hustle and achieve things in life. Whereas giving up … Continue reading Never Give Up – A Scam | Ambalika

Patience Art Requires | Kritika

We are living in a time where we have the entire world at our fingertips, anything can be done with just a snap of our fingers. In a world where technology is so advanced and everything so fast-paced that you get food in a drive-through within 10 minutes. Talking to someone in a time-zone 7 hours behind happens in a blink. Learning anything and everything … Continue reading Patience Art Requires | Kritika

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