A Ride to Dreamland | Sukhada

Sleep is a small five letter word having tremendous consequences on the overall well being of a man. It plays a crucial role in ensuring the wellness of the human body, both physically and mentally.  Dr William C Dement has rightly said, “We are not healthy unless our sleep is healthy, and we cannot make our sleep healthy unless we become thoroughly aware of both … Continue reading A Ride to Dreamland | Sukhada

5 Years Down the Line | Part 2 | Atray

I’d be lying if I said that this thought didn’t cause me to be awake all night on numerous occasions. It was more so a few years back when I was probably still in school and college. This has reduced since I started working a job. Being in a real work environment made me understand that perhaps no job is perfect and there will be … Continue reading 5 Years Down the Line | Part 2 | Atray

The Forbidden Fruit | Lavanya

Since childhood, every single thing you have been asked not to do has intrigued you. Why? What makes you want to go where you are specifically told not, or what makes you want to do things which you are forbidden from? DO NOT OPEN, every thriller movie has a similar premise, the entire story depend on the protagonist’s inclination to do the exact opposite of … Continue reading The Forbidden Fruit | Lavanya

3rd Horseman | 4 Horsemen Series (Part 3) | Shalini

In continuation of the 4 horsemen series, today we will be talking about the third Horseman – Defensiveness Defensiveness is the typical response to contempt (the third horseman). Defensiveness is the quality of being anxious to challenge or avoid criticism or it can also be behaviour intended to defend or protect. Gottman defines it as self-protection in the form of righteous indignation or innocent victimhood … Continue reading 3rd Horseman | 4 Horsemen Series (Part 3) | Shalini

5 Years Down the Line | Part 1 | Jatin

It’s an interesting, speculative topic to talk about. Well, I am 21 as of now. 5 years down the line means 26, which means I would have to do some hard adulting, which is a daunting thought on its own. I swear when I was a kid, all I thought about was how sorted life would be when we’d be adults; no tension of doing … Continue reading 5 Years Down the Line | Part 1 | Jatin

Eating Disorder Awareness #2 | Ambalika

The last week of February is observed as eating disorder awareness week, highlighting its importance in the current scene. It is observed to educate people on eating disorders, make it normal among people of different age groups and encourage people to participate as they are, and not how they should be. Eating disorder is the second deadliest mental illness and thus the major goal of … Continue reading Eating Disorder Awareness #2 | Ambalika

The Female Scientist | Lavanya

February 11th is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, launched in 2015. But wonder why there is a need to allot a specific day for women’s contribution to science. It was launched to bring women from shadows to spotlights, to raise awareness of, and achieve gender parity. In education and scientific participation of women and girls in the world. While there has … Continue reading The Female Scientist | Lavanya

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 from children to adults, school plays the most important role in our life. School days are the golden days where we got many friends, enjoyed their company, shared our happy and sad moments and sometimes lunch with them, played with … Continue reading What Schools Teach? | Triah

Never Give Up – A Scam | Ambalika

The idea of never giving up and hustling to achieve what you take up is something that is sold daily to everyone, especially youngsters. As a society, we are looked down upon if we fail to achieve something that we have set as a goal for ourselves. We are constantly fed with examples of how people hustle and achieve things in life. Whereas giving up … Continue reading Never Give Up – A Scam | Ambalika

Cancel Culture – Friend or Foe? | Jatin

‘Cancel culture refers to the popular practice of withdrawing support for cancelling public figures and companies after they have done or said something considered objectionable or offensive. Cancel culture is generally discussed as being performed on social media in the form of group shaming.’ The development of the “cancelling” of individuals, brands, and even shows and films thanks to what some bear in mind to … Continue reading Cancel Culture – Friend or Foe? | Jatin

Introduction & 1st Horseman | 4 Horsemen Series (Part 1) | Jahnvi

Today I am so happy to introduce the first series of the blog. The Four Horsemen. This series will be divided into three blog posts and one podcast. I am so excited to announce that we will be having an expert speaker come in for the podcast, he will share his experience and views on this theory. Are you excited? I sure am. The Four … Continue reading Introduction & 1st Horseman | 4 Horsemen Series (Part 1) | Jahnvi