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Swarnakshi Sharma

Mental Health Content Writer & Mental Health Advocate

Mental Health, Lifestyle, Health & Well-Being
BA (Journalism and Mass Communication), PG Diploma in TEFL/TESOL (Specialization in Young Learners and Business English), MA (Journalism and Mass Communication)
4 Years as a Mental Health Advocate


Swarnakshi is a content writer at Calm sage, who believes in a healthier lifestyle for mind and body. A fighter and survivor of depression, she strives to reach and help spread awareness on ending the stigma surrounding mental health issues. A spiritual person at heart, she believes in destiny and the power of Self. She is an avid reader and writer and likes to spend her free time baking and learning about world cultures.


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