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Swarnakshi Sharma

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.

How The Barnum Effect Influences Our Behaviors.

How The Barnum Effect Influences Our Behaviors (And How to Overcome It)

“This week will be fortuitous for you.” “You are on the right path” “The success…

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Shallow Person traits

10 Traits to Help You Spot a Shallow Person from a Mile Away

In our lives, we meet many people - some are worth keeping in our lives…

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The Benefits of Appreciating Yourself 6 Ways to Boost Self-Appreciation

The Benefits of Appreciating Yourself+6 Ways to Boost Self-Appreciation

If you’ve ever become flustered and uncomfortable when someone praises you, then you may understand…

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Understanding Touch Starvation And Its Effects on Our Mental Well-Being

As an introvert, I’ve never been comfortable in a crowd or in a social environment…

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Regaining Control

Regaining Control: Effective Steps to Take When Life Feels Out of Control

Our lives have become stressful enough as it is, but throw in chaos and unexpected…

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Beat Depression Blues with These 10 Best Podcasts-compressed

Beat Depression Blues with These 10 Best Podcasts

When I was diagnosed with depression, there was very little awareness around me about self-help,…

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When Life is Good, But You Still Aren’t Happy, Here’s What to Do

Let me be the first one to admit that there have been times in my…

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Signs of Fake Friends

Friend or Foe? Signs of Fake Friends And How to Move On

One of the things I’ve always looked up to in my life has been my…

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When Anxiety Returns: Tips for Managing an Anxiety Relapse

“Anxiety’s like a rocking chair. It gives you something to do, but it doesn't get…

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