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  • Shifting Away From Fear-Driven Ideas About Being Single in Your 30s

    It is very common for people to feel that being single in your 30s is something that is not okay. Due to this notion, the urgency and focus to change status quo cause a lot of unnecessary pain and struggle. This article looks at a few ways in which we can re-frame the narrative around being single. As one that isn't fear-driven but also taking into account the many different positives in a person's life. 

  • From "You are not good enough" to "I am enough" - Re-authoring Your Life Story

    Sometimes we have certain experiences that stay with us and deeply affect our perceptions of ourselves. However, it is important to understand that these negative perceptions are caused by a variety of different factors around us. It is possible to make changes and look at things with a changed, brighter perspective. Read more to find out how. 

  • School to College: A Phase of Many Transitions

    For most students transitioning from school to college, happens to b the first time they will be living by themselves. There are several other changes that students have to adapt themselves to, to get used to college life. Read more to find what are the different things students can do to make this phase of change an easier one. 

  • The Importance of Good Mental Health

    Physical health is considered to be very important and taking regular care of it is viewed as something that can't be done without. In contrast to this, however, mental health is not given nearly the same level of importance. Even talking about it can be viewed with a certain level of stigma. This piece focuses on the importance of mental health and how taking good care of it as an integral part of our well-being. 

  • Self-Care While Dealing with Body Image Issues

    Even though it is common to have different kinds of insecurities about the way one looks, sometimes these feelings can be very painful and cause a major loss of one's self-esteem. This article talks about some ways in which we can begin to address deep-seated body image issues. 

  • Coping and Dealing with Suicidal Ideation

    Sometimes, we might be hurting so much that thoughts of suicide occur to us. At these times, it is very important to know that you are not alone. Here are a few ways to get through this painful period and begin to slowly feel better. 

  • Self-Care While Dealing With Body-Image Issues

    Body-Image issues are caused by societal perceptions of what is considered to be an attractive body type. A poor body image can lead to feelings of shame and low self-esteem. This article looks at some ways in which a person can develop a healthy body image for themselves. 

  • Managing Your Emotional Distress When Your Loved One Isn't Well

    Being in an intimate relationship with someone who has chronic health issues can be challenging on some days. This piece looks how you can have a better grip on your own emotional health, while you negotiate the ups and downs of being there for your partner. 

  • Guilt and Expectations: Processing The Baggage of Care-giving for Parents

    Taking care of one's aged parents comes with its fair share of new adjustments to be made. This can sometimes be accompanied by a feeling of guilt about you feeling like you are not doing enough. This piece will look at a few ways in which a caregiver can process their feelings of guilt in such a situation. 

  • Caring for The Caregiver

    Caring for someone can be rewarding, who better to care for your loved one than someone in their own family. However, sometimes the person providing care can forget to look out for themselves. This piece talks about some of the things the caregiver should keep in mind to manage their own stress levels. 

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