ZOYA TOSHNIWAL’S STORY
It was out there. My depression, my ‘mental illness’ was staring me right in the face to be dealt with, and deal with it I have.Continue reading
Growing up had never been easy to me. I had a reputation for being the spoilt, wild one in the family. Whereas, in reality, everything I heard about me only lowered my self-esteem.Continue reading
EKTA HATTANGADY’S STORY
Let me begin by saying, “Suicide is not a choice. It is the lack of choice or options that results in suicide.”Continue reading
Thanks to my brother, I could cope with my low self-assurance, emerge more confident and be at ease with my life.Continue reading
Neena visited as often as she could. But her involvement only appeared to make the abuse worse. Her mother would remark about her lack of ambition and criticize her decisions.Continue reading
Life is not always the same when somebody finds himself/herself in the throes of depression or anxiety disorder. It takes unscheduled turns and one’s emotions are at doldrums.Read more
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