Memoir on Schizophrenia Blog link: http://www.ndtv.com/blog/first-of-its-kind-this-memoir-shines-spotlight-on-schizophrenia-744812
TAMH is an on going series that looks at everyday anecdotes of living with mental illness. I personally don’t believe in the label ‘mental illness’. I believe that there is … Continue reading
14th February, 2017. The highlight in most people’s lives and the question that has more answers than any other: What is love? I’ve been going through my own churning, with … Continue reading
“Within a few chapters I was not only completely switching sides but also altering my responses as a teen’s mom simultaneously.
Reshma writes with so much passion that her articulation blew my mind. So abstract and complex her feeling or point of view, so fluid oozing into my cognizance and making absolute sense in there, I felt like it was being transmitted to me via some alien technology”
What work do you do in school?someone asked. In short I work with the heart. It’s all about the heart, I said. In one of our TRD club sessions in … Continue reading
As always I do many things, so I am sharing a Facebook post to begin this blogpost: Do you navigate your life by the ego or the heart? The heart … Continue reading
My writing has changed for this first month of 2017. I can’t promise you that this will not change again. Nevertheless, here’s the conversation between Kylie & Me which I … Continue reading
In 2013, I wrote an article ‘On being normal‘ which was the same piece that got the attention of my publisher Ritu Menon of Women Unlimited/Kali for Women. This article … Continue reading
Healing isn’t some magic that happens where a fairy touches you with a wand and makes everything goes away. Healing is not recovery either.