Grieving a Soul | Atray

A broken heart doesn’t heal easily. In life, there are times when an experience leaves us shattered and there is no way a person can move on. Perhaps some experiences are not meant to be moved on from. Losing someone close open one’s eyes in a way that changes their perspective regarding life by an enormous magnitude like a frog in a well jumping out … Continue reading Grieving a Soul | Atray

Don’t Lose Hope | Kritika

If 2020 was the “Year-that-must-not-be-named”, I don’t know what we are going to call 2021. It has been not even 6 months but this year feels like it has been dragging on forever; June is about to end but I still feel shivers going down my spine as if I am walking wearing only a thin t-shirt on a freezing January morning. I remember sitting … Continue reading Don’t Lose Hope | Kritika

Men’s Health Week | Rohit

Tough Times are here. The time we never asked for but with these times comes a physical and mental breakdown in men across the globe. Men have been experiencing a lack of motivation and have lost a sense of wellbeing these last years. Lockdown has us thinking negative and has just been a trigger for our mind to overthink everything. Not to forget that we … Continue reading Men’s Health Week | Rohit

Connection | Kritika

“To join or fasten together.” I came across this simple definition when I searched for the word “Connecting”. We come across thousands of people in our lives from the time of our birth to our death. From our parents, siblings, family, friends, teachers, colleagues to strangers on the public transport, a library or a friend of a friend. But out of these thousands of people … Continue reading Connection | Kritika

Friendship Antiquities | Shalini

The best kind of Antiques is old friends. Only a collector knows the true value of the antiques and only a true friend understands the value of friendship, for the others, it is just old useless stuff. They are priceless only to those who understand these things. All friends old or new are priceless. They are your insurance, your safety net. Please make friends very … Continue reading Friendship Antiquities | Shalini

Money and Happiness | Niall

The age-old question- does the amount of money you have in your bank account, assets or belongings make you happy? Or are there far more things in life that lead to our happiness? This is a topic where there is no one clear cut simple answer. As we all as humans while we share similar traits are all individuals with different views on what makes … Continue reading Money and Happiness | Niall

Believing | Kritika

“Never stop believing because miracles happen everyday” All of us believe in something. Something that we think about strongly, something we have complete faith in. We all believe in something or the other in the world around us. Something that makes us stronger, something that gives us strength and motivation, something that makes us want to strive for everything in life. A belief that doesn’t … Continue reading Believing | Kritika

Self Harm Awareness | Jahnvi

In APA Tori DeAngelis told us about a new disorder was added into the DSM-V (2013) (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of mental disorders), called Non-Suicidal Self-Injury (NSSI) as a “disorder that needs further study” But before we go into that, let us back up and go back to the basics. What entails as self-harm? Self-harm can be anything from cutting yourself, to episodes of banging … Continue reading Self Harm Awareness | Jahnvi

Gratitude | Kritika

There have been numerous write-ups and articles on the topic of gratitude and how important and impactful it is in one’s life. But today, I would like to present you with my thoughts about the topic. When I think about it, gratitude is being thankful. Thankful not only for the big things and major incidences in life but also for the small things and tiny … Continue reading Gratitude | Kritika

Tools of Trade | Niall

At some point early within our lives, we were given a choice with an array of options & opportunities. For most of us that time would be in the middle of secondary school, when we selected subjects of our choosing which best reflected our interests at that time. Yet that is a big responsibility with the benefit of hindsight. Yes, some of us were lucky … Continue reading Tools of Trade | Niall

Silence of Friends | Jahnvi

“We will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” Martin Luther King Jr King has blessed us with many encouraging quotes but today I want to focus on one of these quotes that touched me deeply. In my opinion ‘enemies’ are people who either want to be you and cannot or simply despises you for what you are. These … Continue reading Silence of Friends | Jahnvi

Dreams and Aspirations | Niall

Dreams and targets are something we all have had at some point in our lives, these come in many forms. The two main types being our goals and aspirations, something we have that helps us to create a vision. It helps us envision our future in almost a dream like state. At some point in your life, you will have to set yourself a goal, … Continue reading Dreams and Aspirations | Niall

Roller-coaster called 2020 | Kritika

2020, the “Year-that-must-not-be-named”. I never thought a four-digit number could possess this much weight. It takes a lot of effort to even talk about it. The pain, the hardships, the fear, the confusion. Most of us want to forget everything that happened this year, wake up one morning and believe this was nothing but a horrible nightmare. I asked a lot of people, if they … Continue reading Roller-coaster called 2020 | Kritika

Sanity on a Thin String | Jahnvi

I have always thought of myself to be brave and as someone who always speaks her mind. But I do fear things occasionally. I tell myself everyday to be brave, to be strong. Everything good in my life, everything bad in my life, and more importantly everything developing in my life are all fleeting. There was a point when it didn’t exist and there will … Continue reading Sanity on a Thin String | Jahnvi