Sometimes situations are crazy difficult and everything feels sad, meaningless and doomed, as if nothing ever will get better. But the thing to remind yourself here is that it does get better, it always has, hasn't it? I know it's hard to exist with a heavy heart but you will be surprised how little things can make a difference...like the sugar in your chai!
FII crowdsourced 26 positive posters on mental health support and end of stigma on World Mental Health Day as part of their #SupportNotStigma campaign.
I know people who have tweeted to me, video called me during my worst times - my virtual friendships are as dear to me as offline ones.
Dr Lavanya Seshasayee is a women’s mental health specialist and the founder of the Global Women’s Recovery Movement. She has also been a Fulbright finalist, a Bapu Trust fellow and a Movement for Global Mental Health Fellow.
Pranita Kocharekar really wanted people to know that they're not alone; she illustrates relatable feelings and emotions of an anxious person.
Sanchita Mental Health Foundation (SMHF) is a day care rehabilitation and counselling centre dedicated to support and improve mental health, by providing support and care to individuals above the age of 18 years.
Continue therapy sessions, and suddenly you’ll find that the voice of your therapist is now becoming your inner voice and you’re on the road to getting better.
Individuals with walking depression remain functional – having personal, social & professional lives – and often seem cheerful, upbeat & happy.
The Symbiosis School for Liberal Arts needs to remember the promises it made to students as a ‘liberal arts’ institute.
Mental health professionals has to check their power and privilege as much as anyone else.