For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been at war with my body. The duo of negative comments, and unsolicited advice have often played the role of the main vocalists as my own thoughts became background noises only complementing them in their duet. As I’ve been
As soon as they knew I was coming, They made a list of hand-me-downs I would be inheriting, I wasn’t allowed to choose, I wasn’t here yet. If I could, my choices would be much different, I bet. The dresses and the bassinet, The family name
This poem is written for Suicide Prevention Day to put light on empathetic listening, recognizing the warning signs and being present for others.
Women are often termed as hormonal. This articles dwells into the social conditioning of men to not express any other emotions except anger and how it leads to a psychological condition called Irritable Male Syndrome.
A couple of years back, I went on a trip with three of my college friends. Whilst on that trip, I read some messages from which I found out that two of them hated me – big time! I read all these remarks they had made about me and how they wished I was dead […]
People don't know what insomnia is! They really really don't. And there are so many misconceptions. Here I debunk all the myths that are existent about insomnia and what I have to deal with on a daily basis. I hope this gives you a bit of clarity.