We are not ashamed of how different we are
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Quit being miserable and instead, celebrate the most important person in your life: yourself
Take a break from the daily stresses and recharge yourself with meditation
Doubt is good. Or is it?
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While the world is quick to judge people who are different, they are quicker to applaud them when they make it
If you think it’s not working out, remind yourself that life has a lot more in store
Noted psychiatrist Dr Bharat Shah explains the science behind crying
Here are some witty responses to deal with that awkward question
The #IAmUgly campaign encourages social media users to post no-filter selfies: here’s why
You learn from experience, and the best new experiences are gained from travel
Self-improvement is a gradual process that you must discover one day at a time
Millennials believe that maturity comes with experience, not with age
Why fear solitude when it could be the most liberating experience of your life?
Stay true to your beliefs and choices – they make you who you are
We’re always on the go, looking to get things done with the click of a button
Quick and easy health hacks cut out for busy millennials
Fights are common, but that doesn’t break the bond between parents and children
The bestselling author has wise words for millennials
Making too many travel plans isn’t the best idea – here’s why
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The idea of a sabbatical is definitely catching on in India – and if you’re looking to land one, this little guide might just come to the rescue!
Overusing your smartphone at bedtime could seriously harm your health
Asa inspires us with her views on women as young leaders
Giving to the community can benefit you too
How much do you know about AIDS and the recent developments on the disease?
Growing up is inevitable, but that doesn’t mean you let go of your innocent, fun-loving side