Clique management for Dummies

Remember that scene from Kung Fu Panda where Po struggles to make friends with the Furious Five and receive reactions ranging from awkwardness to hostility? Like: Does this seem to be relatable to you? Seem to strike a chord somewhere? Remember when you are about to express yourself on some topic amongst your friends only... Continue Reading →

I'm tired of standing on the outside Watching everyone smile around me Their casual conversations and laughter Draw me in as I stare longingly Leaning on that impenetrable transparent barrier Wishing I could fall in place too. I'm sick of being a fucking third wheel Unnecessary, uncalled for, useless I know I shouldn't impose but... Continue Reading →

Age Groups Vulnerable to Depression?

Depression is a common problem throughout an individual’s lifespan. Statistics suggest that about one in 20 individuals would have suffered depression at some point of time in their life. But this data is not representative of all individuals. There are some common risk factors that increase the risk of having depression. One of the most... Continue Reading →

In what ways can Depression manifest?

Continuing from the previous discussion, we have noted that depression as an entity is different from sadness or grief. It has some clear biological underpinnings that differentiate it from the others. But, what is evident is the symptoms. Major depression/ clinical depression typically presents with a characteristic cluster of symptoms: Persistent and all-encompassing low mood... Continue Reading →

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