Lessons from Taare Zameen Par

Gyan Toh Gyan Hota Hai, Chahe Woh Zabaani Ho Ya Likhit… I would be the first to admit that my Hindi vocabulary is extremely limited, so if you had randomly approached me for a translation of the above quote, I would have had to blink and stammer. However, it so happens that this particular sentence... Continue Reading →

Mental Health in the Workplace

With the quarantine in full effect, Some of us have been working from our beds - the line between home and work completely blurred. Some others have a little too much family time and work has been their escape. And, for yet many more the pandemic has cost them their jobs and uncertainty looms like... Continue Reading →

Lending an Ear

Sometimes, all you need is someone to be patient. To not judge. To support. To listen. To be there.   Fifty years ago, mental wellness was a topic that was just starting to be researched, but was considered  taboo. Twenty five years ago, dialogue surrounding mental health started to gain traction. Today, people are slowly... Continue Reading →

Dissociative Identity Disorder: An Overview

What is DID? Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), also known as Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD), is a severe manifestation of the group of psychological disorders known as Dissociation. DID is characterized by an individual experiencing a splitting or fragmenting of their original personality into two or more different ones. This leads to a lack of clarity... Continue Reading →

How to Be a Good Ally to the LGBTQ+ Community

The world is a beautiful place, filled with people of different age, race, religion, economic class, able-bodied status, gender, sexual orientation, etc. These infinite identities, in their various combinations, are the ones that make our everyday experiences unique and powerful. In the case of gender and sexual orientation, over time, our ideologies have become conditioned... Continue Reading →

The Language of Love

While many assume that homosexuality and homoeroticism are Western concepts that diluted Indian traditions, there has long been a question of how and from where these seemingly radical ideas originated. And even though Indians can’t possibly take all the credit, we have had a fair share of gender-fluid characters and relationships in our history, mythology,... Continue Reading →

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