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Ayesha Bhatia

My journey in undergrad started like any other “typical” South Asian. I was a pre-med student studying biochemistry stuck in a continuous…

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Purvi Pandya

Insane. Crazy. Mad. Unhealthy. Abnormal. These words follow me around everyday, everywhere. They’re carved into my skin, sewed into my…

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Nilam Mistry

I’ve always had a habit of keeping my thoughts and worries to myself with the intention of ‘not bothering’ my friends and family…

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Parag Mehta

My maternal grandmother was schizophrenic. She helped raised me and my siblings for more than two decades before she passed away in 2002…

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Rimsha Syed

Growing up I deliberately subdued my mental, physical and emotional exhaustion at the expense of being a burden to my family and to…

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Monika Jahan

In this bumpy and frenetic ride we call life, dance was usually my safety net. The days where either my stomach…

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Nina Gupta

In the moment it seems like the end of the world like thing. Its very overwhelming. It’s hard to think positively even though you know…

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Adishree Nayak

i am sad. i don’t know if it’s real they say it’s not. it’s hormones they say because what other reason would exist for a girl like me…

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Chintan Jani

I was a very social kid when moved to the United States as a Sophomore in High school. My first day/week/year went okay, to my knowledge…

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