Every once in a while, when I need little reminder of what I’m capable of achieving, to believe in me, to calm down when I have a bad day. I like to find a good quote to bring my spirits up. Here I’ve collected few quotes, just a reminder for my readers. Hope this helps… Continue reading 10 Little Reminders For My Readers
Dealing with depression needs action, which is very hard when we are in depression. For me depression is a deep hole that I have been constantly trying to get out of. Now, I’m not going to say that I have conquered depression because the truth is I haven’t, I may even be far from doing… Continue reading Dealing with Depression
Since May is The Mental Health Awareness Month, so all my post in this month is going be about Mental health. I’m going to talk about a topic which is often neglected. Most widespread yet underrated topic, DEPRESSION. If you open up about it, you can save lives. You can either save yourself or someone around you.… Continue reading Depression: What You Need to Know
Can you believe me if I tell you that your lack of confidence is putting limitations on your success? Hear me out, no one just pops out of the womb feeling self-assured and confident. Behind every confident person there is years of hard work. Creating a strong sense of self is a personal skill that you… Continue reading Ways To Be More Confident
Hey stranger. I see u looking at me.But what do u see?My black outfit, my black hair, my black shoes, or my black skin?Hey stranger. R u strong enough to pierce my soul? R u brave enough to face the demons inside me?I see you looking at me.Have u put on ur guard of secure… Continue reading Hey Stranger!
Depression often goes unseen, unrecognized, and undiagnosed. A person with concealed depression is someone who is conditioned to deal with their inner demons in a way that doesn’t make them clearly visible. They may or may not be diagnosed, and this may or may not be something they’ve shared with even their closest of companions.… Continue reading Habits of People With Concealed Depression
It's okay not to write, or laugh, my love. It's okay to sometimes not feel anything. It's okay to allow yourself to feel the numbness. The emptiness. For what will derive from that phase will be bigger and better and stronger. That's the problem with people like you and me, we don't simply breeze through… Continue reading It’s Okay!