“She would defend herself, saying that love, no matter what else it might be, was a natural talent. She would say: You are either born knowing how, or you never know.” This line was from the famous book “Love at the time of cholera”. The book talked about how love can be as painful and… Continue reading Love in the time of Corona
Staying 20/20 in 2020
And just like that, the first month of 2020 is over - as if it passed by like a blink of an eye. But with all the catastrophic events that have happened recently, we can say that January has indeed left - but did not go unnoticed. Perhaps as the fireworks blasted on New Year's… Continue reading Staying 20/20 in 2020
What is life?
June had been a manic month that I failed to post a single blog article. There weren't much updates on my IG or FB accounts either, despite how busy the month was. They say that the best moments don't make it on the social media, and it's one statement that holds true for me. My… Continue reading What is life?
How to mend relationships torn by differing opinions
It takes a high level of maturity to understand that our opinions are in no way more dominant than the others'.
How to be happy (according to Science)
That vision of me being rushed to the ER last year due to panic attacks while at work is still vivid in my memory. I remember telling myself, “what a way to spend the Labor Day!”. I cannot stress enough how mental health is important, and I have had my share of “episodes” to attest.… Continue reading How to be happy (according to Science)