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Blog posts May 2017

Too Busy or Worried to ... Smell the Roses?

May 29, 2017

By Komal Vaishnav

In today's fast paced times, when working hours begin as soon as one has any time to gather oneself after getting up in the morning, the quintessential work-life balance has gone for a toss. 

According to online counselling website 'Yourdost', 50 percent of corporate India…

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Depression: Myths and Facts

May 27, 2017
डिप्रेशन की कई कल्पित कथाएं एवं सही तथ्यय 
 
कल्पित मान्यता 
1. डिप्रेशन को ध्यान बंटा कर ठीक किया जा सकता हे. 
2…

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Ask the Experts: Learning to be Kind to Yourself When You're Low

May 17, 2017

By Ratna Golaknath

A few weeks ago, I was caught in a minor pile-up on the road near my home. I got a bad jolt and the seat belt gave me a bad burn on my neck. I came out shaken but fortunately quite unharmed. My family and friends all called in and checked up on me and offered a kind word. I was…

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Interviewing Reshma Valliappan, Author of Fallen, Standing

May 5, 2017

Amrita Tripathi

Do check out an interview with the multi-talented author of Fallen, Standing: My Life as a Schizophrenist, Reshma Valliappan. You can read an excerpt of her book here. Highly recommend the book (in case that's in doubt!)

 

1) You write very powerfully about your experience…

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'Justice Denied: State of Karnataka Vs. Pascal Mazurier'

May 1, 2017

Guest Post

By Siddharth Pillai/ Aarambh India

Despite ‘access to justice’ being a fundamental right enshrined in the Constitution, one comes to realise that access doesn’t really frame the experience. Access feels like connecting to a wi-fi and entering a password. While the fight for justice…

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