Are we living through an Age of Anxiety? And what are some coping techniques? We put that quesiton to a panel of mental health stakeholders and contributors of our new book, Age of Anxiety
Do book your copy now if you can! Also check out our first two books in the Mindscape series: Real Stories of Dealing with Depression and Young Mental Health ALSO READ
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By Sartaj Singh I stepped out of my house for the first time in 36 days to buy some new notebooks. I got one with a pink hard top, a blue hard top and 2 packs of ball pens with a click mechanism. It was indeed an essential item for me to step out during […]
Touch Deprivation or Skin Hunger is a very real phenomenon which can cause you to feel stressed or anxious. Artist Shoili Kanungo shares her art work and video to depict what 100 d
The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns and physical distancing has led to an increase in isolation and loneliness. How can you learn to cope if you or your loved ones are feeling loneliness and other triggers?
The Blue Tokai Huddle with Simon & Schuster featured Kamna Chhibber and Amrita Tripathi, co-authors of The Age of Anxiety in conversation with writer Karuna Ezara Parikh ALSO READ
Writer and Poet Jayshree Misra Tripathi talks about redefining loneliness and the need to cope with being solitary, during COVID-19 lockdowns and more, as a senior citizen.
The third part in the Mind-Body Connection series looks at Dance Movement Therapy and how dance, in the form of unstructured movements, when stripped of its ornamental and performative elements, has surprising healing effects. By Somi Das I have always been a dance enthusiast. The natural physical agility I had inherited from both my parents always […]
There is a looming mental health crisis in this country, experts fear, and not enough trained experts or affordable resources available.
Class XII student and mental health advocate Manvi Tiwari addresses some myths on Mental Health that she would like to bust, and a message to her younger self.
Women living with schizophrenia are forced to hide their diagnosis at the workplace due to widespread stigma, even as the COVID-19 pandemic takes a toll on people living with mental illness. This story is reported as part of the India for Mental Health Fellowship set up by The Health Collective in partnership with Indiaspend.
By Manvi Tiwari I am 18 years old right now. In the previous lockdown, I started to feel very anxious, often I would cry and wouldn’t even know the reason why I was crying. I couldn’t attend classes and my teachers would call me and complain about it. At a certain time, I even had […]