Self-love: The first and the last love
I lost touch with all my friends I’m in my bed by 10 pm I have no social stamina I...
Therapy: No, it is not just a conversation with a counselor!
Who needs therapy when I have tea? A cup of coffee is the real therapist. A conversation with my BFF...
Why do I even exist: When an existential crisis hits you
In Kota, India, a lot of students end their lives after the declaration of JEE (Joint entrance exam) and NEET(National...
Chaotically calm: The Duck syndrome
Think of a cute little duck just waddling around in a pond, casually minding its own business unlike some of...
I wish I wasn’t born: The return of antinatalism beliefs.
"Our request of people to stop having biological children is not because we think children are terrible. It is because we think children are wonderful, innocent, and deserving far more than what this world can offer them in its current condition."
The dark sides of staying positive all the time
The urge to have positive emotions all the time and avoid the negative ones starts pushing us towards hedonism and we start believing that seeking pleasure must be our ultimate aim.
I am a fraud: The imposter syndrome
Imposter syndrome (IS) is the inability to believe one’s success is not deserved or the achievements are not due to...
Napoleon Complex: aggression in men with short height
Rumors say that his lack of height was made up for by his personality: irritable, shrewd, self-assertive (which is justifiable as he was a leader), and overly aggressive.
Self-love vs Narcissism-The Line
Placing yourself above everyone else simply means you are important to yourself. You can prioritize yourself above everyone else at the same time can empathize with others. However, you cannot be a narcissist and empathize with others. Narcissism and empathy are like oil and water. They cannot mix.
Self-Validation: The path to self-confidence
Those with low self-esteem and consequently low self-validation generally have a lower quality of life. They often have negative feelings about themselves more often than others. They constantly indulge in self-criticism, which leads to unrelenting feelings of anxiety, sadness, shame, guilt, or even depression.