QPR Instructor Training

8 out of 10 individuals who are suicidal are giving verbal or nonverbal signs of emotional distress. There is a dire need to train laypersons, students, managers, faculty, and corporate employees to recognize these signs, provide emotional support, persuade them to get help and refer them to a mental health ..Continue Reading

Corporations and startups

36% of Indian employees are suffering from mental health issues and 50% are worried about an uncertain future due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Self-harm, suicide ideation, suicidal behavior, attempted suicide, and completed suicides are on the rise too. Since suicidality is a short-lived crisis that can be mitigated with the ..Continue Reading

I choose life because there are a million beautiful things that I can do if I’m alive

Did I have daddy issues? I don’t know. I still don’t. I’m a 26-year-old lady from the beautiful city called Bengaluru. I have been happily married for almost a year and a half now but my tryst with happiness hasn’t always been, well, a happy one. For the most part, ..Continue Reading

“The most interesting people I know didn’t know at 22 what they wanted to do with their lives, some of the most interesting 40-year-olds I know still don’t.”

I’ve always felt suicidal. The first time I acted upon it was at age 24. It was a combination of various difficulties I was facing but I think it mostly had to do with the end of a relationship that I was unable to handle. I felt horrible. I had ..Continue Reading

Anurag Khanna

Anurag Khanna

Anurag Khanna is a 26-year-old from Kolkata. He works as a business analyst in Bangalore. When I was five, I lost my father to a heart attack but my mother made sure we (me and my elder sister) were devoid of anything. My childhood was pretty much normal in most ..Continue Reading