As a year of lockdown approaches. A year where we didn’t eat out to help out, a year we didn’t see family even when the law said we could, a year when school, home and work became so intertwined as to be completely indistinguishable.

As that year comes ever closer to its close, I am not heartened by its ending, but instead, am just drained and unable to see straight. I am…




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Depressive state of mind. Dolonia. Depression. Alone. Self Sabotage.

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Aarish Shah

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Generalist | Thinker | Life Long Learner | Writer | Photographer

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