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Mental Illness is Physical Illness

Mental illness isn’t just in your head, it affects your physical body too. Both mental and physical illnesses must be addressed with care.

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Thank You Letter to Myself

Self-love and feeling comfortable in my own skin seems hard to achieve. I wrote a letter to myself to remind myself that I am whole and complete, deserving of love, and capable of change.

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The Unexplainable and Unseeable Mental Fatigue

Mental fatigue creeps up on you unseeingly, leaving you wondering why you feel so exhausted all the time. With a mind that’s constantly filled up, was there ever rest to begin with?

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Filled to Fill

In a world where women are expected to be givers and providers, there is no way for her to fill another’s cup unless hers is filled first.

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A Mother’s Plea

Being a Mother is a 24-hour job that pays in love and lessons learnt. Parenting is hard work, more so if you’re suffering emotionally and mentally. Yet, nothing can buy a parent’s love for their children.

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The Distance of the Modern Woman

The Modern Woman is strong and independent. She is fierce and fearless. She has come so far with no man by her side, she can go farther still.

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Toxic Masculinity: Isn’t Masculinity Toxic?

People often mix up the terms masculinity and toxic masculinity. So, what is the main difference between the two? And what makes masculinity so toxic?

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Regardless

Regardless of race, language, or religion. Singapore still has a long way to go to truly embody this pledge. Yet, if we could all be a little more open and accepting, perhaps we could be one step closer.

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Inside the Head of an Introvert

Introverts are often misunderstood by society as “shy” or “anti-social”. In reality, we’re just comfortable within our protective shell of introversion.

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Make Noise

‘Make noise’ is best understood as a Singaporean way of complaining. Yet, it is by using the platforms we have to make noise for our minority friends that we amplify their voices to be heard.

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