8 banal depictions of women in pop culture that need to die!
A take on how books body-shame women
Reasons why parents are not to be blamed if kids don't read for pleasure.
This my take on few "myths" surrounding depression, on World Mental Health Day.
I wholeheartedly believe that crying is cathartic. There is no shame in weep your heart out, even if you are above 30 and grappling with the alien concept called "adulting". And men, shed tears whenever you feel like, throwing toxic masculinity which propagates "Men don't cry" to the wind. If you're a gender non-conformist/transgender, I'm … Continue reading 18 excellent things to do after crying *it* out
This is a rant post about the apathy our society nurtures, towards depression and other mental conditions In no way, I have an authority on this grave topic but I have first-hand experience that if it remains untreated, depression can wreak havoc in your normal functioning life. I have just started my journey of healing-one … Continue reading We need to talk about mental health. A lot.
In a country where English is not the main language (but rapidly becoming the chief lingua franca in upper-and-middle-class echelon), blogging in English is still perceived being elitist. Here, I have thought and listed down the conflicts non-native writers of English might face. Well, I do encounter them all the time- Thinking in … Continue reading 7 authentic conflicts I face: As a ‘non-native’ English writer