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 →

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 →

“Boxing Away” Mental Health

“You have social anxiety? No way! You just spoke on stage, stop complaining” “Yeah right, you aren’t an introvert. You aren’t shy and you’re talking to me well right now aren’t you?”   Well, count these as the most common responses I’ve gotten when I tell people that yes, I do indeed suffer from anxiety... Continue Reading →

High Functioning yet Dysfunctional

Some of the worst times for me was when I was 17 and felt extremely confused and left out about what I was feeling. The world seemed too big and too heavy on my shoulders and I was feeling downright miserable. My anxiety skyrocketed to the point where it manifested as physical pains and I... Continue Reading →

Feeling Homesick In My Own Body

Imagine if there was a machine, that can alter the way you look according to your wish. How cool is that? Every time you see yourself in the mirror your brain mentally opens a tab creating a list of things you want altered. The list might want clear skin, thinner waist, perfect hair, sharp jawline,... Continue Reading →

Of Songs and Anxiety

Sometimes, words fail me. Allow me to digress for a bit. I love words and I love writing, that is the best way I communicate how I’m feeling and it makes the most comfortable medium for me to get my thoughts out. I dabble a lot in poetry and particularly love expressing spectrums of emotions... Continue Reading →

Is being OCD=Perfectionist?

We all wish to be perfect and do our work well. To this aim, we utilise some skills that enable us to channelize our behaviours so that we don’t spend too much time on doing routine chores - e.g. keeping the keys, wallet, shoes etc in the same place everyday, trying to leave work the... Continue Reading →

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 →

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