How would you feel when one group of strangers comes knocking at your doorstep and says if you do not vacant the place in the next few hours they will kill you. Do you feel angered? Frustrated? Feel like calling the cops who are also a part of the threat or who just turn … Read more Our Moon has Blood Clots : Book Review
Dear Readers, Looks like I am on a blogging spree. A quick update. I couldn’t go on a holiday. In my previous post I had mentioned that I’d be taking a much needed break. However, due to personal reasons the plan had to be rescheduled. Along with my friends I went to watch The Conjuring 2 … Read more Everything was normal until it triggered
We all thought that colouring books are only for kids and not for adults, didn’t we? Looks like we were wrong. The bookstores these days ( even news articles too write about them) are flooded with colouring books for adults. Time to rush to stationery shops to buy crayons and colour pencils! Why … Read more Let’s just sit and colour
A harrowing experience can keep us awake at night thereby leading it to a disturbed minds. But did you know dwelling on it can lead to anxiety and depression? However when these thoughts and feelings are expressed into written words, we can process and channel the experience to get a better perspective, leading to a feeling of … Read more Beat the blues with writing a journal
Most of us have experienced idleness for more than once regardless of the day. An idle mind is devil’s workshop. Hence, here are 7 interesting ways to combat idleness. 1. Read a book: Go hunt your personal library and grab a book which you always wanted to read but you couldn’t do so as you were … Read more Simple seven ways to beat the idleness
Few days back while writing my journal, an idea struck to me to write a letter to self after I turn 30. I quickly turned to a fresh page and started inking. While writing, I found that I am a very curious person. I bombarded myself with various questions back to back without a break. … Read more Why you should write a letter to yourself?
Dear Readers I am posting a picture which I reposted in Instagram few weeks back. For me it made sense. And I feel it should be incorporated in everybody’s life. When my psychiatrist asked me what made me happy and what is helping me in my treatment, I told him a new perspective is helping me … Read more Why not change your perspective?
Dear Readers I had a great week at work. I finished two book this week and reviewed one book here. Currently I am reading Love,Loss and what we ate by Padma Lakshmi. Tomorrow I will be meeting friends after few weeks gap. Catching with them for movies. Today I had my counselling session with my psychiatrist. He was … Read more All is well
Dear Readers Quick update, I am back to Bangalore. I have cancelled my remaining leaves and resumed my work. It feels great to be back after such a long break. The sabbatical did not go as per my intention but the best part of sabbatical was my recovery. My bipolar episodes have reduced to a … Read more Like it never happened
March 30 marks World Bipolar Day, an initiative started in 2014 and aimed at challenging this stigma by changing global perceptions about what it means to have bipolar disorder. Spearheaded by the Asian Network of Bipolar Disorder, the International Bipolar Foundation and the International Society of Bipolar Disorders, World Bipolar Day falls on the birthday … Read more March 30 – World Bipolar Day