The fortnight chase – Chase to mental health

Geethica

My writings are reflections of my views towards life. I believe that whatever happens only happens with a reason. And the best happens when it is not seen. Because holding on believes that there is a past; letting go knows that there is a future. My piece of work gives me a second chance that life denies. My words help me build my character each and every day. I read new articles every day and learn something new from them. And I am trying to write also regularly. All the visuals that happen around me make a place inside my brain waiting to be penned down as beautifully as possible. Travel along my blogs to explore life and it’s happenings through my eyes. Do share your views as they will make me learn more. And they are highly valued.

10 Responses

  1. An excellent theme and topic. I feel that mental health is so rarely spoken of, but it is so important to understand and be healthy!

  2. Shilpa Garg says:

    We need awareness about mental health in a big away as visiting a doctor is still considered a taboo. It is so important to look out for the symptoms of depression and other mental illness and seek professional help. Agree with you that in this race of life we are busy chasing our dreams and goals but we lose to depression, anxiety and fatigue. Thanks for talking about a relevant subject!

  3. Natasha says:

    I’m so glad more and more people are writing about mental health. Kudos to you Geethica. This is a much needed subject that needs attention especially in the Indian context.

    All the best for Barathon!

  4. sayeridiary says:

    I can relate myself with this post. You cant believe how worst office politics is. Even I see everywhere people are playing wrong game! A healthy competition is good always but sometimes we forget the difference of right and wrong. There are so many people with no ethics, no life principles. My job, family, son, sometimes I also feel depressed, frustrated. Thanks for this post dear.

    • Geethica says:

      I can well imagine Sayeri. Politics is even at home and causes so much stress. We just need to remind ourselves to be positive. Thank you

  5. Ashvini Naik says:

    This is such a relevant topic, Geethica & I’m really with you on this.

    Mental health problems are always about a social stigma that surrounds them. Whether you’re depressed, frustrated or suffer from a little schizophrenia, people vaguely label you as ‘mad’ on an annoyingly ‘humorous’ note. It’s strange why people fail to see things beyond their physical body. Our body is a useless entity without the normal functioning of the mind. Like you say, everybody today is immersed in the endless chase to gratify his/her ego. To show whom? To show what?

    The social media addiction makes it worse even. There’s always this chase to seeking validation from people whether you look good or affluent enough to pose in plush ambiences. There’s a real need to touch topics in the domain of our minds.

    I’m glad you got this post!

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