Tagged: depression

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Saudade*– A Short Memoir of Depression

“I am a collection of dismantled almosts.” – Anne Sexton, A Self-Portrait in Letters Part 1: Fossils Leaving behind the curse of my depression, I am holding hands with the clock and moving forward. Each step I take marks my new territory – I am a savior, I whisper to...

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Hope in Trying Times

– Kainat Azhar Brown. Like the stain left in a cup of coffee when it is not washed for days. As a child, I had never liked this color. I loved chocolates but their color I hated. Brown and blue. “The sky is blue, God loved this color so that...

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The Thing Called Life

– Syeda Khansha Life. What is life? Is it a joke? Is it an emotional drama? A stage where you act and go? What is it? No one can actually answer what and how life is. Here is a summary about how should we fight this battle of our lives....

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What’s Wrong with Appreciating Children?

– Khadeeja Rana Nothing. Yes, NOTHING is wrong with appreciating children. So why don’t we do it often? Because we think that it will spoil them, make them arrogant, narcissistic, overconfident brats and what not. If you think this way then here’s the thing; You should be questioning your own...