Stories of Hope

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"I've come to realize that it is so important to prioritize the things that give you a sense of peace"

June 2023
Skanda Sriganesh

Skanda Sriganesh's experience is assurance that finding comfort and allocating time for what nurtures your well-being can help you find your safe space. Read his #StoryOfHope below

"Mr Mahadevapura has made remarkable strides in his journey towards recovery"

May 2023
Mahadevapura Jyothi

Mr Mahadevapura, residing in Gulbarga, was identified by Asha workers due to his severe mood shifts and disruptive behaviour.

"Today, he and his family met us with beaming smiles on their faces"

April 2023

He is a patient of Schizophrenia, which was diagnosed after an unfortunate road accident and subsequent brain injury.

"Don’t give up, all it requires is some extra strength to fight these feelings and I promise you will feel better."

March 2023
Payal Khullar

I faced acute anxiety attacks. My life had turned upside down and wasn't even aware of what was happening to me.

""I made sure he felt supported and had access to medical professionals""

November 2022
David Liano

Being a mountaineer, I’ve lived some of the most gratifying moments of my life

"I started to feel better; however, I was badly impacted by the side effects"

November 2022
Deepesh Soni

My name is Deepesh Soni

"If I am making a difference in even one person’s life, I think I have played my part well"

November 2022
Shanky Singh

In school, I always thought that I was the best in everything

"I’d only cry… but one night Amma said, ‘Don’t lose heart–live for your kids!"

October 2022

18 years ago, when I delivered a baby girl, my husband & I were excited to be parents

"I went on with my treatment and I kept getting better."

September 2022

I was really young when I started to feel like not living anymore.

“It all started with a minor headache”
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January, 2019
Varnika Goel

“It all started with a minor headache. It all started with a minor setback. There were minute things which anyone wouldn’t notice like withdrawal from all activities which used to interest a person earlier. I thought that it is just a phase.”

I was in 11th standard. We shifted to a new place. Everything was new- friends, school and environment. I thought I am anxious about this change. However, it continued. I withdrew myself from any social interaction. I started preparing for my Engineering exams. I diverted all my energy towards it.”

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