Monthly Archives: April 2015

Mental Health between Stigma and Terminological Misuse

How are you today? Depressed! Why? We lost the game last night! Didn’t you watch the match last night? We were awful. So depressing! How are you today? Depressed! Why? Do I need a reason? If anything, I need a … Continue reading

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Very short story: The Tenant

She has to move out, he thought while boiling the kettle to make his morning tea. It was 7am. She was in the shower. He was awake earlier than he needed. Today is his day to work from home. A … Continue reading

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Goals

Humans have the tendency to drift. Perhaps it is the animal instinct inherited in us all from gatherer-hunter days. Time becomes a large hazy concept where morning and evening exchange places. Days become meaningless. And if we allow ourselves to … Continue reading

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