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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 …
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Perhaps | Lavanya

Why doesn’t it stop,  Perhaps it never would stop  The thought   I could be yours or I could not,  This may work or this might not,  This may last or …
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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 …
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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, …
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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 …
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Destiny & Choice

We all make choices in our lives and one thing after another lead us to our destiny, but is destiny in the stars or a …
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Peace or Chaos | Rohit

In life, things are always related. One instance leads to another and the cycle continues. Relatability is what moves the world. If we remove one …
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Welcome 2022 | Shalini

Let me be the first one to wish my entire family of the wellbeing blog a very Happy New Year. A fresh year and let’s take …
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Goals | Kritika

2021 has almost come to end, today is the last day of this long yet so short year. I was going through my journal a …
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Mental Chaos | Rohit

We all go through multiple emotions everyday. Often these emotions can be felt at the same time, which confuses us. But, sometimes the anger we …
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Confidence | Shalini

Sometimes we may lack in some confidence and all we need is a boost. We are all capable of great things and we all can …
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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 …
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Acceptance | Atray

“Acceptance”- a word that is often seen written all over the internet. It’s a word that holds a lot of weight on its own. However, …
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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 …
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Old Friends | Shalini

Old friends are a treasure and must be kept safe. These friends have seen you at your worst and the best. These people have seen …
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Psychopath vs Sociopath | Jahnvi

Psychopath and sociopath are terms often used interchangeably. Even though these words are not psychological terms, they are antisocial personality disorders. Reading sources: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/psychopath-vs-sociopath https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-a-sociopath-380184 https://www.webmd.com/mental-health/features/sociopath-psychopath-difference https://www.verywellhealth.com/sociopath-vs-psychopath-characteristics-and-differences-5193369
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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 …
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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 …
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ADHD Awareness | Jahnvi

Attention Deficiency Hyper Activity Disorder is more common than we might think and has a wide range of treatment. What a child going through ADHD …
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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 …
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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 …
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Body Image | Jahnvi

Positive body image is required with beauty norms changing all the time. Here is how we can have a positive body image and what we …
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Mindful Movement | Kritika

Movement Disorders. They are defined as repetitive, involuntary PURPOSELESS movements. Now, reading this you must be wondering why am I turning a post on a …
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FOMO | Jahnvi

We all fear of missing out on things, but is it to the level that it makes you stick to social media or makes you …
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Essence of Boundaries | Jahnvi

Boundaries are important for our identity and helps us with our wellbeing – both psychologically and physically. Let us not feel guilty about it and …
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I am a Survivor | Triah

Lately, I have been feeling a little overwhelmed and tired. Many of us can relate to the fact, there comes a point in your life …
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Delusion of Mankind | Rohit

Have you ever wondered about the predictability of all that happens? The déjà vu and the consequences of the actions of our present on our …
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Stud vs. Slut | Jahnvi

We all give tags to things to give it an identity. But we need to refuse any tag that pulls you down and doesn’t let …
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Choice of Destiny | Shalini

If everything is destined……. then why do we put effort to make things happen? This is one question we have not only asked each other but …
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Effort vs Hard Work | Kritika

We’ve grown up listening to “Hardwork is the key to success”, “Hard work can lead you places”, “Hard work never fails” and so on. We’ve …
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Moving On | Niall

All of us at some point in our lives have had to move on from something, whether by choice or thought circumstances beyond our control. …
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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 …
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Have Patience | Shalini

What does it mean? How long do we need to have patience? These are the questions I started with. Let me back up a little bit. Whenever …
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PTSD Awareness | Jahnvi

PTSD is a heavily research disorder and we all should be more sensitised to it. Know how to handle it for self and others. 27th …
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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 …
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