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As a South Asian American, I will never experience nor fully understand the struggle that comes with being Black in the United States...

“Be a man.” These are the three words that every young boy will hear on their path towards self-discovery, narrowing their perception on who...

My mental health is a perpetual journey that manifests in all aspects of my life, particularly my career choices. Although I graduated...

MannMukti Speaks

In alignment with our mission to encourage others to #SpeakUp about mental health, we’ve created MannMukti Speaks – a blog where we aim to share with our viewers the most relevant issues affecting our community through a personal narrative.

If you’re interested in sharing your own story or continuing this conversation, please check out this form or reach out via info@mannmukti.org. We hope you read, reflect, and #SpeakUp.

“Be a man.” These are the three words that every young boy will hear on their path towards self-discovery, narrowing their perception on who...

My mental health is a perpetual journey that manifests in all aspects of my life, particularly my career choices. Although I graduated...

As a South Asian American, I will never experience nor fully understand the struggle that comes with being Black in the United States...

As we end the first full year of the lockdowns associated with the coronavirus pandemic, it is a good time for reflection and planning...

When I first started working in pediatric palliative care, I was introduced to a simple idea that I have been pondering more regularly in the new year - at any...