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Sakshi

Happiness – For Sale?

“ … looked on the bright side, got keratitis.” —wonderful life by Bring Me The Horizon   Let’s talk about the Happiness Industrial Complex — it’s the industry that is

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Burnout & Self Care – Social Work.

There is no inherent good to being a social worker. There is the assumption that social workers are inherently “good” people who can work tirelessly because they are seen an altruists for wanting to help people.

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Matchmaking, Examined

Sima Taparia is a middle-aged Indian matchmaker who travels to and fro from Mumbai and the US to meet various clients who wish to have their partners matched by her.

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No Room For Unhappiness

There is always work to be done. There is a culture that requires and rewards us to “rise and grind”. It is an ethic that is so deeply baked into

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Conflict, Harm or Abuse?

One of the things I think about a lot is how everyone has committed harm. The capacity to cause harm or be an abuser is possible within each and every single one of us.

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Hope and Community as Discipline

Uncertainty brews various forms of anxieties. It is difficult and tumultuous to navigate a world where traumas are constantly inflicted against one another and never addressed. Micro and macroaggressions pepper

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