Stress Management | Rohit

Today I am going to write on the topic that I feel is much required and we talk about it a lot but do nothing about it. Stress is the silent killer; we don’t need an enemy until stress is by our side because its poison can cause slow death and it’s no less than any other mental health difficulty. Stress can develop anytime and … Continue reading Stress Management | Rohit

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

Losing a Part of You | Sneha

The one thing that had been consistent all my life ever since I was eight has been my diary. It was my brother who once said to me while giving me one of his favourite pens (which before that day I wasn’t even allowed to touch), “Everyone will leave one day, but this pen will always be your friend.” I know, heavy stuff for an … Continue reading Losing a Part of You | Sneha

Tamasha: Be who you are | Jatin

An underrated masterpiece. This is one of those movies that stay with you long after the end credits roll. Tara and Ved- Tara deserve to be mentioned first because, without her, we won’t have Ved or this movie. Imtiaz Ali embodies actual human emotions with such ease in his characters and these two accurately showcase his talents.  This movie is much more than a love … Continue reading Tamasha: Be who you are | Jatin

A Ride to Dreamland | Sukhada

Sleep is a small five letter word having tremendous consequences on the overall well being of a man. It plays a crucial role in ensuring the wellness of the human body, both physically and mentally.  Dr William C Dement has rightly said, “We are not healthy unless our sleep is healthy, and we cannot make our sleep healthy unless we become thoroughly aware of both … Continue reading A Ride to Dreamland | Sukhada

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

Self Harm Awareness | Kritika

*Trigger Warning* As simple and easy modernisation is making our lives, it also comes at the cost of increased physical, mental and emotional problems. High stress, low patience, failing relationships, the increased workload in schools and offices— our home and working environment are almost suffocating us. There are times when the mental stress and emotional pain that we are suffering through starts becoming unbearable or … Continue reading Self Harm Awareness | Kritika

Eating Disorder Awareness #2 | Ambalika

The last week of February is observed as eating disorder awareness week, highlighting its importance in the current scene. It is observed to educate people on eating disorders, make it normal among people of different age groups and encourage people to participate as they are, and not how they should be. Eating disorder is the second deadliest mental illness and thus the major goal of … Continue reading Eating Disorder Awareness #2 | Ambalika

Living in a World of Hope | Kritika

There comes a point in our lives where we feel nothing is going our way and the “surprise” in the quote, “Life has a way of surprising us”, is DEFINITELY not the kind of surprise we wanted. And things seem to go from bad to worse to worst to “this cannot be happening with me right now”. And what might seem like a short duration … Continue reading Living in a World of Hope | Kritika

The Female Scientist | Lavanya

February 11th is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, launched in 2015. But wonder why there is a need to allot a specific day for women’s contribution to science. It was launched to bring women from shadows to spotlights, to raise awareness of, and achieve gender parity. In education and scientific participation of women and girls in the world. While there has … Continue reading The Female Scientist | Lavanya

The Forgotten Treasure | Sukhada

Books are a source of immense knowledge. They are full of emotions, life lessons, hardships, civilizations and much more. They have been with us in many forms. Right from scriptures written on the walls of monuments to a digital book, the art of storytelling has travelled a long way.  Samuel Johnson writes, and I quote, “A writer only begins a book. A reader finishes it.” … Continue reading The Forgotten Treasure | Sukhada

International Boost your Self-Esteem Month | Jahnvi

February is International Boost your Self-Esteem Month and before I even attempt to boost your self-esteem, I would like to tell you what is self-esteem. Simply put, it is how you worth yourself. Many factors define your self-esteem and according to Very Well Mind these are the following: Self-confidence Feeling of security Identity Sense of belonging Feeling of competence But why is self-esteem important? It … Continue reading International Boost your Self-Esteem Month | Jahnvi

Dealing with Selfish People | Atray

“I expect you to be there when I need you.” It’s all good to hear this at first but the problem arises when it is a one-sided rule. However, when the time comes to reciprocate, they vanish. We have always been taught to help the needy. It goes without saying that we should always be there for our loved ones, right? But let’s admit it, … Continue reading Dealing with Selfish People | Atray

With Love comes Pain | Jatin

To Rockstar, Calling you a movie would be a gross understatement. Calling you an experience would be incomplete too. You are something so real and deep that even after a whole decade; you make us feel things that no other movie has ever made us feel. In the innocent eyes of Janardhan, we all saw our naïve reflection, untouched from the feeling of love, hurt … Continue reading With Love comes Pain | Jatin

Gratitude is Contagious | Ambalika

Try looking around yourself today and pause for a moment. You will find enough reasons to feel positive and express tremendous gratitude. The life that you have, the people that surround you and the memories you make whatsoever, is all a measure to feel positive and appreciated at all your highs and lows. We often express gratitude by thanking people or by simply gifting something … Continue reading Gratitude is Contagious | Ambalika

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