Being sensitive is not a weakness

TW: I was born a sensitive boy. My mother passed away while giving birth to me. And my father was always angry with me. I lived with my grandmother till my 8th birthday. After that my grandmother passed away on a heart attack, and I was sent back to live with my father. Since I…

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Embracing the Symphony of Bipolar Disorder in Work and Life

Lily, a young woman, lived in a quaint little town nestled amidst rolling hills. But Lily’s story extended far beyond the boundaries of her charming community. She faced a dance of shadows and light, an intricate symphony of bipolar disorder, not only in herpersonal life but also in the realm of work. Lily’s workplace was…

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Addressing Burnout: Recognizing and Preventing Mental Exhaustion

In the relentless race of our modern world, there’s a hidden enemy silently stalking our minds and bodies: burnout. It’s not just a buzzword; it’s a formidable adversary that gnaws away at our mental and physical well-being, leaving us depleted and disenchanted. But fear not, for in this short and captivating article, we will delve…

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