I hope people self-introspect and learn their lessons well. I hope you’re in a happier place now.
Following Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, netizens began holding Karan Johar and Alia Bhatt responsible. This is a dangerous narrative, especially where mental health is involved.
Are we talking mental health issues as seriously as we should? It’s a question we must ask ourselves.
I didn’t love my body. At an age when people explore their sexuality, I would avoid even touching myself altogether.
Amid the lockdown taking care of our mental health is important. So, what can we do? We spoke to two mental health professionals, here is what they have to say.
Until the lockdown happened ten days ago. And these days I find myself asking a question again and again; will my depression return? Was my struggle actually over, or was it just bidding its time for the right moment?
The COVID-19 crisis, and our response to it, will have psychological consequences.
I feel it is very important to not forget that it is the emotional contagion, the information overload that is driving us more insane, not so much the physical contagion.
What about the ones that were a few steps away from socially isolating themselves anyway? It’s like a push into an abyss they were probably struggling to not fall into.
What is forcing so many homemakers in India to take such an extreme step? What is keeping them from taking help? Clinical psychologist Dr Prerna Kohli answers these questions and many more.
“Anything that we don’t understand we inherently fear, and anything we fear then becomes a stigma. And unfortunately, there is a lot we do not know about the human mind yet.”
In an era where life is inseparable from the digital world, a digital detox is akin to going on a vacation, keeping worries of work and personal life aside, and focussing on just yourself; what you like to do, how you like to be.