Reality check: no jungle is smooth and easy.
Howdy! I hope all of you are having a happy Sunday. This post marks the end of the first month in my concrete jungle. You know that ball of fear and fright which exists inside all of us. Right? What happens when some challenge or a new thing touch that ball? It shivers. It shivers so…
Yesterday at the lecture, I and my batchmates were asked an ample lot of these questions by sir and damn! the silence and the vagueness of the answers he received. We all were lost. That little interaction taught me why it is necessary to ask these questions to ourselves every day – it gives us directions.
introverts hold the real power in this world where people cannot stop talking and judging mindlessly.
when you assume something about me, you make an ASS of both YOU and ME.
I still remember how anxious and “in my own shell” I was on my first day, constantly believing that I will not be able to fit in and the upcoming two years will be difficult – All this before my journey in this concrete jungle started.
It has been a week since I joined Amity and I think it is safe to say that it is an organised concrete jungle. Let me explain this idea to you.
“And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.” ― Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist A week ago I read this book ‘The Alchemist’ by Brazilian author Paulo Coelho. There are many references made to omens in this book. Many of you who don’t know the meaning of omens.. it…
While I was sitting there and waiting for my chai to arrive… there was this one particular human I could not help but notice.
I saw that ghost passing me by. My first reaction.. you may ask? Well.. I FROZE.
A person who dissociates can “disconnect” from the real world for a time, and live in a different world that is not cluttered with thoughts, feelings or memories that are unbearable. They choose their own company over any other.
I repeatedly switched songs even before they hit the first note because listening to them would bring back a lot of memories that I cannot handle reliving.
People with anxiety disorders are often anxious all the time. There is no specific stressor that sets off their anxiety, and their fears are often irrational.