A Ray Of Hope For The Tired Soul

Every sprout is a promise to the seed Every invention is a tribute to the need Every intention welcomes a new deed Every incarnation is the birth of a creed When everything new bids farewell to old Each new day hands me memories to hold Every literature gives me thoughts to mold Every tragedy leaves me bewildered and cold Now that I know each chilly … Continue reading A Ray Of Hope For The Tired Soul

Why I think Indian women are the most vulnerable to mental health issues?

Can love exist without respect? This is a question that I always find myself pondering upon. I come from a place where love was found in abundance. Whether it’s my own family, my friend circle, or neighborhood, there was no dearth of well-wishers. I never had to face any discrimination based on my gender or so I thought. For a long time, I thought gender … Continue reading Why I think Indian women are the most vulnerable to mental health issues?

Loneliness & Mental Health: Talk to Strangers. It’s Therapeutic!

This would be a long article but I promise I won’t bore you with redundant information. Before I make my point, here’s two bitter sweet stories of loneliness and how talking to random strangers helped. Two Stories The first story dates back to 2010. I was a fresh graduate, severely hit by recession, trying to find a job. I was a good student with decent … Continue reading Loneliness & Mental Health: Talk to Strangers. It’s Therapeutic!

Yes, I’ve Been There Too: My Message To Those Dealing With Thoughts Of Suicide

Hey you there! Just hold on. I feel you. I really do. I was there too- on the terrace edge, holding a sharp knife, staring at sleeping pills, thinking of fast moving trucks. It was such a relief to realize that all the pain and suffering would get over but guess what, I would not have been there to witness it. This is a very … Continue reading Yes, I’ve Been There Too: My Message To Those Dealing With Thoughts Of Suicide