Conducting further research on women’s tendency to use the fawn defense mechanism in the face of assault will help in preventing victim-blaming.
What Did Hallucinations Teach Me About Life?
Things are either overwhelming or non-existent. It is true that the lightness of being is unbearable.
My Story With Bipolar Disorder, and How to Talk and Not Talk About Mental Illnesses
An essay on how society treats physical and mental pain differently – even though they can be equally unbearable.
LSD Capitalism Promises a Bad Trip for Us All
Silicon Valley figures like Peter Thiel and Elon Musk are getting excited about the growing market in psychedelics. Their rising quasi-medical use provides profit opportunities for a few – …
The Dangers of Romanticising Mental Illnesses
A romanticised depiction or interpretation has no room for reality: it presents and privileges one narrative of mental illness over the rest, thereby implying that one size fits all.
Sumy: Amidst Continuing Fighting, Stranded Indians Running Out of Patience – And Resources
Over 700 Indian students remain in the northeastern Ukrainian city, located near the Russian border, which has been on the frontline of fighting.
Aphantasia: Living With A Blind Mind’s Eye
Aphantasia is a phenomenon in which people are unable to visualise imagery.
The Discovery of Insulin: A Story of Monstrous Egos and Toxic Rivalries
Meet the feuding scientists who battled for credit over the discovery of insulin.