I don't know which trauma I can link this incessant self-doubt to, people have this tendency to use 'trauma' and 'histories' to explain various character traits of a person, I do not think that is liable.
As someone with social anxiety, I feel uniquely constrained when it comes to my sexuality as I am expected to fit in the 'good girl' trope.
Having gone through this before, working in disability rights, and having closely interacted with many people living with mental health conditions, I could absolutely recognise that I was slipping into depression in my life of 33 years.
With the entire nation witnessing the wave of #MeToo and #TimesUp, India needs to understand the gravity of the effects of abuse on women's mental health.
The unwillingness of several administrations to continue to adequately deal with mental health problems on such campuses is quite alarming.
Mental illnesses are real illnesses that have a harsh reality and are not tools to show off your ‘quirky’ personality on social media.
To have a healthier engagement with the movement, it is important for us to prioritise self-care and take care of ourselves emotionally.
The trauma of just the existence as a queer person has no vocabulary in the mental health research discourse.
Post-marriage depression is often slipped under the rugs of an 'adjustment phase'. This devoids the issue of importance and due treatment.
Due to these myths surrounding geriatric mental health, the warning signs are missed or overlooked which worsens their living conditions.