Valentine's Day speaks to the universal need for love and connection, especially for those navigating loneliness and self-discovery.
TRIGGER WARNING: Suicide Ideation and Themes are explored and featured in the short film. "Seher" - A Ray of Hope in Urban Loneliness
Turning Criticism into Catalysts for Growth. Embrace the critics, and let their feedback propel you toward greatness.
Embrace the New Year with Realistic Resolutions that nurture your mind and soul, fostering a healthier, happier you in 2024.
Explore coping strategies for the Christmas Blues in a festive season with insights into mental resilience.
It’s not easy loving yourself and it may not always start with a hashtag, wanna know a few secrets to boost you up to start the...
The body positivity movement is one such movement where one half agrees with it and the other half thinks it is all about unhealthyness. But what...
Uncover strategies to navigate mental burnout in the artistic journey. Explore the delicate balance between creativity and self-care.
A conversation with nutritionist Dr. Karishma Shah on importance of mental health, spiritual health, well being and dreams.
“Just Smile”, “You shouldn't be so emotional”, “Dont think about it, it doesn't matter”- WRONG!, It matters, our mind matters.
Disclaimer: This article has themes of suicide and self-harm that readers may find triggering and upsetting.
Understanding the enigma of 'art' and its benefits on the mind and the self through the techniques of 'Art Therapy'
Mental Health is still a taboo topic in India. In this regard, we present a short film and a stand up performance on the same.
The story of Illustrator and Artist Sanjana Goenka and how she uses art and illustrations to raise awareness around mental health issues.
These illustrators make their way to our hearts through their art filled with humour, self-help, motivation and love.
An Interview with Indie singer, Trishita Recs, on her recent projects on mental health and adoption of indie pets, through music.
Dancers whose sway to the rhythm of words and use their craft to paint a bittersweet image of our struggles.
For the last week of Mental Health Awareness Month, we bring you musicians who use their music to talk about the importance of mental well-being.
Listen to these spoken-word performances that reveal those aspects of mental health problems that are misunderstood by society at large.
With a punctuated silence that cuts through, ‘Act Normal’ captures the idea of what it is truly like to experience emotional trauma and pain.