I was told by a lot of people to not discuss about my mental health on Social Media. Here’s my take on it: 1. It may look too desperate: It is desperate. Sometimes a post like this is a cry for help. We judge now and later post things like ‘Why didn’t he/she talk to … Continue reading Shhh! Don’t say Depression
As a kid, I was told, “You’re too quiet and a cry baby.” As a teen, I was told, “You’re too mature for your age.” I nodded with a smile. As an adult, I was told, “You are very arrogant, lazy and have an attitude problem.” As a 30 year old, all I’d like to … Continue reading There’s always a story
From the day after my graduation exams, I started working for a call center aka BPO. For all the people who are unfamiliar with the two terms, ‘when you call in a customer support team to complaint about how crappy the internet is, the product you bought was or something else, I’m the person from … Continue reading Wedding is important than Mental Health!
Last few weeks, rather months have been really tough for the citizens of the globe. Pandemic, cyclone, unemployment etc. has taken a toll on a lot of lives. I sympathize with everyone who are suffering and kudos to all those who are striving hard to overcome this. One of the news on the suicide investigation … Continue reading Depression is Real
A fat person call themselves fat but takes an offence when the world points it out. Don't take an offence to this statement, I'm a fat person and I can use the 'term - fat' to my convenience. Likewise a depressed person can call themselves depressed but if someone else points it out we retaliate, … Continue reading Reasons not responsible for my depression
There are wounds that never show on the body that are deeper and more hurtful than anything that bleeds. Laurell K. HamiltonIt wasn't until two years ago that I self diagnosed myself as 'Depressed', not because it was cool and in trend at the time, because I read too many articles and completely related to … Continue reading First Step towards my Mental Health