The toxicity of a family might vary from being very trivial to extremely unbearable. But the worst part is some of us don’t even realise that it’s not normal.
Walking on the Edge: How My Borderline Personality Disorder Impacts My Life
A personal essay on the experience of navigating life as a person with borderline personality disorder.
A Rekindled Friendship as Therapy
The way he told me that I was not alone in my mental health journey made me feel visible and heard amidst a volley of texts which had simply …
‘Good Lives’: How This Gurgaon-Based Duo is Trying to Make Online Therapy Affordable For All
Lawrance Lovedeep and Sakshi Shah have roped in over 30-40 professional psychologists to provide one-on-one sessions to mental health seekers at nominal charges.
Surviving Suicide Ideation and Self-Harm Tendencies in a Pandemic
I am learning to challenge that voice that tells me I am worthless. I am learning to have a dialogue with it, ask it questions, and look at it …
Educational Institutions Can’t Keep Ignoring Mental Health Issues Amongst Students
With an increase in cases of student depression and suicides, Indian universities' complete lack of focus on mental health is not just surprising, but scary.
Meet My Two Ex-Lovers: Depression and Anxiety
Like old boyfriends, these two keep popping back into my life.
Can Artificial Intelligence be the Future of Psychotherapy?
Can a chatbot or Freud app fully replace a therapist? Maybe not yet, but possibly in the (very) near future.