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

Cultural Appropriation | Jahnvi

Cultural appropriation is a topic that has been in the spotlight for a while now. But sorry to disappoint the majority of you, because this isn’t a viewpoint many will appreciate. But I pride myself on this platform to be pure and provide original thoughts. So, I will give my very honest point of view. When celebrities get dreadlocks or any other beautiful hairstyles that … Continue reading Cultural Appropriation | Jahnvi

Known or Unknown Devil | Shalini

“Known devil is better than the unknown devil.” This has been told to us since we were kids, but is it really true? Before we try to answer this question, I have another question for you. How do you know that the unknown person is the devil? Think about it. In assuming that the unknown is the devil, have you let your angle go by … Continue reading Known or Unknown Devil | Shalini

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

Fear of Failure | Triah

Most fear of failure is short-sighted — meaning we don’t generally fear failing to do something well after years of practice, hard work and repetition. What we really fear is failing to do something right the first time. This bears repeating: What we really fear is failing to do something right the first time. You know the most common fear everyone is fear of failure … Continue reading Fear of Failure | Triah

Worrying does no Good | Jahnvi

We worry about thing all the time. Things that haven’t even happened yet, things that might happen. But why worry about something that might happen, there is no point in giving yourself a hard time about something that hasn’t happened or probably will or won’t happen. That is extra hours or days of stress that your mind and body does not need. Students worry about … Continue reading Worrying does no Good | Jahnvi