Grey Hours: A Psychologist and Survivor’s Journey Through Depression

By Scherezade Siobhan A decade ago, when I was swept by a giant wave of major depressive disorder (MDD), I would step out of my room every morning with a well-rehearsed nonchalance, a permanent scowl to insert suitable distance between myself and anyone else who would ask me how I was doing, and mostly unironed […]

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Your Stories: A Message on Healing

सुनिये मानसिक स्वस्थ के एक छोटी कहानी, एक पत्रकार अनंत झणाणें की ज़ुबानी मुझे यह बताते हुए बेहद ख़ुशी है की @healthcollectif की बदौलत मैं अपनी #मेंटलहीलथ की चुनौतियों को परखने में और उनका समाधान तलाशने मैं कामयाब हो रहा हूँ। @amritat और उनकी टीम के दो साल की मेहनत उन्हें मानसिक स्वास्थ्य के समाधान ढूँढने में […]

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Holding the Rain: Short Film Aims to Fight Stigma

The Health Collective speaks to Stewart Hannah, a filmmaker from Scotland who recently released Holding the Rain, a 2 minute silent film aimed at raising awareness about OCD. Stewart says he’s been fascinated by story-telling and filming since childhood, and graduated from the London Film Academy in 2011. He tells Sukanya Sharma that the short film […]

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How Bullet Journal Helped Me Deal with My Anxiety & Why I Will Never Force It on You

By Rajashree Gandhi It has been over a year since I started using a bullet journal. It feels like possessing an extra mind that works towards a better ambience for the existing one. A simple Google search suggests how massive a trend bullet journaling is. It has benefited a variety of people, including mental health survivors. This […]

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