The Case for Compassion, Not Judgement

By Varkha Chulani I am writing this from the city where Kate Spade unfortunately ended her life. In a matter of a few days, two celebrities had taken their life into their own hands, and decided that they wanted no more if it. While their families grieved, these acts became discussion points for complete strangers […]

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Faith, Reason and the Mindset of a Follower

By Varkha Chulani ‘Faith is what I die for, dogma is what I kill for’ is the saying. And we saw much of that unfolding in the aftermath of the verdict against Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh. All faith is dogma. And faith is nothing but belief unfounded on facts. Epistemology, a branch of philosophy, studies the […]

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Ask the Experts: A Case for Emotionality

By Varkha Chulani In the recent past I have seen too many clients getting into trouble due to self-control! Yes, sounds a bit odd, because mankind’s main problem seems quite contrarian. Decadence and intemperance being the bane for many, with self-indulgence and instant gratification playing a significant role in the decay of health. Not to […]

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Ask the Experts: How to Cope with Break-ups, Divorce (Hindi)

ब्रेकअप और आगे की राह: एक मनोवैज्ञानिक का नजरिया ऐसा कहा जाता है कि मृत्यु के बाद दूसरा सबसे बड़ा तनाव का कारण अलग होना या तलाक होता है। मगर ऐसा ही हो ये जरूरी नहीं है यदि हम ब्रेकअप को अलग नजरिए से देख सकते हैं- जैसे इसे अगर हम सामाजिक तरीके से, समझदारी […]

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