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

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

Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness | Shalini

The ability to bear children is God’s gift to women. Something to be cherished. Pregnancy is a revelation; it is a journey and like any journey, it has its ups and downs. Also, like any journey, your pregnancy experiences are unique. No two pregnancies are the same. Any woman who has had 2 or more children will tell you that each of their pregnancies has … Continue reading Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness | Shalini