Let me inTell me your biggest fearsYour deepest desiresThe secrets that you’ve never shared Let me inShow me your worldWhat your dreams are made ofWhat do you want your life to be Let me inShow me your scarsTell me how broken you areShare your pain with me Let me inOn everything that you areEverything that you want to beEverything that could have been Let me … Continue reading Let Me In… Or Let Me Go
Depression is a constant battle that you have to keep fighting, even if you lose on some days. On some days you may feel good and stay functional, while on others you might have emotional outbursts and absolutely no motivation. The constant lack of energy and motivation is a common trait of people with depressive tendencies. However, emotional outbursts are rare and usually preceded by … Continue reading Dealing with Depression Series #1 – How to Identify and Defuse Your Emotional Triggers
It’s difficult living in this country… This country that’s proud of having a profusion of languages, cultures, religions, and traditions, and yet somehow fails to accept different perspectives, lifestyles, sexual preferences, and life choices in general. In a country that prides itself of being secular and immersing itself in elements of different cultures, without losing its own identity, why is it so difficult to accept … Continue reading Diversity and Acceptance
The current coronavirus pandemic has brought the entire world to a standstill. Nations have locked down, businesses have resorted to survival strategies, and people are staying home to stay safe. This COVID-19 pandemic has forced a lot of people around the world to work from home. While that may seem like good news at first, working remotely has its own set of disadvantages. I don’t … Continue reading 7 Tips for Working From Home and Staying Sane During the COVID-19 Crisis
You know those people who seem ok even when they’re going through hell? Yes, the ones who pretend like they’ve got it all figured out and don’t need anyone and can deal with anything by themselves. You know why they do that? Not because they’re strong enough to not need anyone. It’s because they know that if they make themselves even a little vulnerable, they’ll … Continue reading Strong?
I was once having a conversation with some friends and there was a baby crying next door and I didn’t even hear it. My friends were surprised at the fact and didn’t even believe me when I told them that I didn’t hear it until they brought my attention to it. I guess, that’s what happens when you’re having a good conversation or are talking … Continue reading Random Thoughts – How Time Flies
Depression is a mental health condition where people consistently feel low and lose interest in activities. Depressed people often feel unworthy, hopeless, tired, and dejected. According to WHO, over 264 million people suffer from depression worldwide. Depression is widely prevalent and is a medically-recognized mental health disorder. Then, why is it that people still don’t accept it as such? More importantly, why do people refuse … Continue reading Depression – Just a Way to Seek Attention or a Real Cry for Help?