Growing up my parents found out I had dyslexia. Not that the situation is any better now but it was a great struggle to cope with a learning disability and everything that comes with it back then. My struggle to explain what was going inside of my head and parents struggle to deal with my academic and psychological issues left a huge impact on me. That is how I decided I want to learn more about the brain and the human behavior. I want my work to highlight that your color, sexuality, gender etc does not define your individuality.
As a society, one thing we lack when it comes to mental health is that we barely communicate about it. And this is exactly what is proving to be a major challenge. Having group sessions, helps one realize that they are not the only one to go through mental health issues and they don’t have to suffer in silence.
Even though our lives have taken over by AI, we still crave human connections. Everyone’s doing a great job at hiding their pain and struggles by hiding behind social media. And that is one of the biggest problem faced by people of this generation.
I am easy to get along, resourceful and creative. Also I’m a dissociated person. Many people wouldn’t see this quality as a strength but being like that has helped me to bounce back and be a source of strength for other’s too.