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

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