The society we live in today, is hesitant to talk about our mental health or illness. We all celebrate 10th October as Mental Health Day but we do not want to talk about it openly. Do we value our mental health as much as we should? Let’s take a step forward today and try to first understand it.
The journey to recover and rediscover starts with one word “acceptance”. Understanding the meaning of this one word is the beginning of understanding the meaning of your own life. Read on to know more!
In this world, where we love to romanticize everything, how much do we actually idealize ourselves? Are we supposed to always live in the fear of being rejected one day, even if we are being accepted today?
Long long ago, there was a time before social media. Now, we can’t live without it. How have we fared with it?
Have you ever been curious about what the inside of someone else’s mind might look like? Or been in a conversation and wondered how differently it would pan out if you could read their thoughts, even online?
We, today, have gotten so caught up in our daily lives and routine, that ‘taking care of ourselves’ is a concept not of much importance to us. And when I mention taking care of oneself, I don’t just mean working out and eating right, I wish to focus on the long forgotten – your mental state of mind.
So, have you ever been told that you’re making a mountain out of a molehill when confronting someone for something they did? These are ways people gaslight you.