Addressing Myths about Psychologists | Ambalika

If you are wondering that no such thing exists, then let me just enlighten you by busting some unacceptable myths that psychologists generally go through given at what pace this profession is rising. This is actually based on a stereotype that psychologists are listeners, someone who is a perfect person and would not generally express strident emotions like anger or agony. This cannot be true … Continue reading Addressing Myths about Psychologists | Ambalika

International day against Drug abuse and Trafficking | Rohit

The days are stressful and it is creating a lot of evil in our society without end and mercy. The demon at its peak and what looks like a beautiful dream is a disastrous nightmare. Youth the pillars our future relies on have been dragged into the gutter of hard drugs and halogens which start off like a piece of stress management but then convert … Continue reading International day against Drug abuse and Trafficking | Rohit

Relationship doesn’t Guarantee Love | Triah

I’ve often seen that in a relationship, one person always thinks that they put in more effort and try harder than the other one. Sometimes it’s easy for us to hold someone responsible for everything and come out clean ourselves, isn’t it? And whenever we think of a relationship, we all want to be heard, valued, respected and above all loved. But we often forget … Continue reading Relationship doesn’t Guarantee Love | Triah

Men’s Health Week | Atray

It is not every day we talk about men’s health in particular as being healthy and discussing health is not something one would associate with the gender. But since men’s health week is here, it is imperative we not only talk about it but also ensure we take care and motivate them to be more active and remain conscious of their good health for a … Continue reading Men’s Health Week | Atray

Don’t Slay, Sway with your Demons | Sneha

Before you read too much into that statement, no, I don’t mean that you need to put on your dancing shoes and ask your demons to break a leg on the dance floor. It would be pretty cool to watch, though. But no, this isn’t a sci-fi movie. Instead, what I mean by this is more like Inside Out. Makes sense? No? Okay, let me … Continue reading Don’t Slay, Sway with your Demons | Sneha

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

Open Letter to Chandler Bing | Jatin

It’s been 16 years since you’re gone and that void hasn’t been filled by anyone yet. ‘I just want a million dollars’ introduced most of us to sarcasm and hand to god, who wants advice when you are equipped with sarcasm? You made us realize that the kindest-hearted people are hopeless, awkward, and desperate for love, just looking for someone to unpack with together. Bracelet … Continue reading Open Letter to Chandler Bing | Jatin

5 Years Down the Line | Part 3 | Shaini

5 years down the line? A difficult question I have asked myself often and the answers I have given myself over the years have been different but none of them happened as I had envisioned them. Life has a way of throwing one into loops or curves you have never imagined them. Something like that has often happened to me over the years, so much … Continue reading 5 Years Down the Line | Part 3 | Shaini

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

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 even remember what it was! Anyway, things got escalated and the discussion heated up. That’s when one of our friends told us to take a deep breath and smile. I observed that smiling seemed so contagious as we all couldn’t … Continue reading Smile & Observe | Atray

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

Isolation: Happy yet Destructive | Rohit

Most of us at some point in life have thought about going into complete isolation where we are hiding from society and this generally happens when we see a lot of toxicity around us and we find everyone lying and cheating. Isolation is completely normal and healthy until we are not ready to accept society anymore and decide to go into a phase where we … Continue reading Isolation: Happy yet Destructive | Rohit