#SOCS March 13- Day That Starts well Doesn’t Necessarily Ends Well

Linda’s #SoCS prompt this week: I thought it would be interesting to see not just how everyone has coped, in last year or not, over the last year, but to share our common experiences as a way to connect, to feel a little less alone, perhaps. Basically, talk about your last year is what I’m saying, whetherContinue reading “#SOCS March 13- Day That Starts well Doesn’t Necessarily Ends Well”

Day 13: What Are You Excited About?

As some of you may already know, I struggled with kidney disease and illness and went trough harrowing  time. I was fortunate enough to have access to mental health professional which was really useful. Because of which I developed interest in this area.  I was toying with this idea for some time and now IContinue reading “Day 13: What Are You Excited About?”

Day 8: Share Something You Struggle With

I struggle with need of gratification and therefore with consistency. They go hand in hand for me. Let me explain.  I start something , follow it for few days and then give in.  I have started counselling courses with Udemy and want to become a counsellor. I have been enrolled in this course for overContinue reading “Day 8: Share Something You Struggle With”

010. My Struggles As A Kidney Patient Part 3: Emotional Upheavals & A Triumph

Irritation, weakness, guilt, despair and frustration owing to dependency is on the emotional palette of a sick person. Why me? – a constant question a person asks themselves. That’s what I experienced once I came back to my senses, realized what was happening to me and what my life could be for good.

Please Don’t Say That!

Recently, a Pune newspaper carried an article about an obituary of a gentleman, in which it was notified that the funeral and last rights will be private, and the family wouldn’t meet people for a month for condolences. This went viral, was widely discussed and criticised. It got me thinking.