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 →

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 →

Schizophrenia – An overview

  What is Schizophrenia? Schizophrenia is a chronic and severe mental health disorder that is characterized by distortions in thinking, perceptions, emotions, sense of self and behavior. Common experiences include hallucinations and delusions. These experiences may be difficult to describe to friends and family members, yet seem completely real to the affected person. This may... Continue Reading →

LonePack Conversations—Rand Fishkin & fighting depression through an entrepreneurial journey

Putting one’s efforts, money, time, and passion into building a company is easier said than done. Not only does it give one the fame and glory of establishing big in the business world, but also drive them crazy over various step-stones in the process to stardom.  https://soundcloud.com/lonepack-conversations/fighting-depression-through-an-entrepreneurial-journey-ft-rand-fishkin Also follow us on: Apple Podcasts  Spotify  ... Continue Reading →

Trauma for Two

No one in this world is truly independent – a fact many of us would love to deny. Intentionally or not, we all form relationships with people for a variety of reasons, ranging from friendship, love, and support, to professional purposes. In fact, some of us are blessed to have several fulfilling relationships – romantic,... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

A Look into Copycat Suicides

Trigger Warning: Mentions of Suicide and Self-harm We might have probably heard of the word ‘copycat’ for the first time in the playground. This childish word being associated with a deathly term ‘suicide’ calls for a serious understanding. To briefly explain, A person is said to attempt copycat suicide if he is influenced by the... Continue Reading →

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