“I feel like I do not deserve success.” “I find it difficult to accept compliments.” “I am not as good as people believe I am.” “I do not work as much as people say I do.” “I fear that people will see what a loser I truly am.” Do any of these thoughts sound familiar... Continue Reading →
In psychological terms, trauma bonding is a state wherein an individual feels attached and connected to their abuser.A common misconception held by people is that trauma bonds can only occur in relationships, but you should be cautious about your friends and family members.
Most of us must have heard about this term ‘Stockholm Syndrome’, as confusing as it sounds, it is a rare psychological phenomenon wherein the victim harbours romantic feelings for his or her kidnapper. People have speculated that “Beauty and the Beast” a popular fairy tale is about this ‘Stockholm Syndrome.’ But it is simply not... Continue Reading →
I am sure we all receive many updates about the coronavirus pandemic and even fake news through social media (WhatsApp forwards). With before and after quartine posts to endless references to F.R.I.E.N.D.S, the meme world has gone bonkers. After a point, all we do is scroll memes but jokes apart. People have created several conspiracy... Continue Reading →
'Roses are Blood Red' is a dark romance thriller; and revolves around Vanav Thakur a supposedly perfect boyfriend or Mr Right, who gifts Aarisha Shergill with a perfect relationship and a perfect love story.
We all have an ardent desire to know who we are, what defines us and most importantly what makes us unique. This usually happens when you are in your early teens. The first quality I used to define myself as was an “introvert”. An introvert is generally a person who prefers spending time alone rather... Continue Reading →