I have dated a woman who was on anti-depressants (without my knowledge) and definitely had mental health issues. After that fling was over, I used to wonder a lot not about her, but about those happy pills (a.k.a antidepressants). Its been a decade since then and I have always wanted to know the first-person story … Continue reading Prose Review – “To Feel Nothing Or To Feel Everything” by Aimie
If you see someone helping someone by spending their time or money and all you can think is this; This guy is either jobless or is too stupid to waste time and money on other ungrateful people. Then you are one cranky, crabby and a negative individual and you definitely need immediate help.
[I was thinking of a suitable gift of Halloween for everyone and this idea came to my mind i.e. to write something that could save people's lives, precious emotions and promote healthy relationships. I don't like fear-mongering myself but it is probably the lesson of Halloween to make any fear look like a play thingy hence … Continue reading Relationships With People Suffering From Alternate Reality
Carla Akil runs a blog by the name of "Beyond Bounds" and probably she's a student of psychology who writes a lot on relationships. I used to be attracted to her writings since she was young and felt like trying to figure out relationships. I like the initial innocent phase of any human trying to … Continue reading Why Do I Hate Psychology?
After spending 50 years in trying to find the magic of positivity, only recently I have started to find the magic of negativity that most people feel attracted to. In that, I think Sigmund Freud will be a great help.
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Here are 36 questions (divided in 3 sets) that two complete strangers, sitting right next to each other, can ask each other taking turns. Since this can easily last an hour, hence after completion of each set, a 2 to 4 minutes break is taken silently looking (sort of staring) at each other. The meeting … Continue reading 36 Questions To Fall in Love
"LivingWithButterflies" is a 20-something anonymous blogger who wrote these interesting words on her blog post "The fear of being disliked"; Because then it snowballs. I snowball. She is going through a therapy for depression and the phobia of people not liking her. But these quoted words speak something else about her. She is a natural … Continue reading Love being disliked
I was browsing web on the topic "thick skin" and majority of those shrinks (psychologists), qualified or not, suggested a myriad of ways to develop a thick skin. In other words, they train you to shut the whole world out and become this very center of your own universe where nobody else's opinion or views … Continue reading Don’t develop a thick skin
Sukriti Bhatia (a mental health counselor) wrote a very interesting article on women's past relationships and how men view them. I was a bit confused reading her piece as she'd come off as a counselor and then at times, she'd claim (in comments section) as knowing nothing about the other gender (men) and relating with … Continue reading A woman’s past relationships
Efforts you made To enlighten me Or Keeping me In the dark They were all Still efforts Making me feel Important enough