Safer Internet Day

As a millennial, I can say that I have been in two different millennia; that I am part of a generation that is currently the largest demographic; and most impressively, I can tell you that I have seen the days before the Internet and after the Internet and it isn’t all rosy. The Internet has... Continue Reading →

LonePack Conversations—Ruchita Chandrashekar & Everything about mental wellness

Fred Rogers, a famous American TV personality once said, “Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary.”   Also follow us on: Apple Podcasts  Spotify   Aishwarya: Welcome to LonePack Conversations! I’m Aishwarya, hosting... Continue Reading →

The road to Self-Love

The road to accepting your own self is a long and tedious one for everyone. But for those who wake up every morning to continue their battle against mental health issues, the road can look endless. But that is the essence of it, there is no end to this journey. We learn how to become... Continue Reading →

Peace and PTSD

Trigger warning: Mentions of death and trauma. Peace. Such a deceptive word. Such an abstract concept. Such an elusive feeling. But the guardians of peace, they’re as real and tangible as you and I. The Armed Forces lead lives that most of us cannot and they do so willingly, without an ounce of doubt or... Continue Reading →

Battle with my body

“I want to be more fit, maybe a little taller'' blurts my friend as he looks at a larger than life poster of a model on the side of the highway. Earlier in the day at a restaurant, he orders a salad for lunch and leaves the croutons untouched. He casually says he’s not hungry.... Continue Reading →

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