Everything from how I taught myself English to the writing process I followed

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Societal influence meant I wasted a lot of time wishing for something I didn’t even really want

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It was a befuddling experience, and reminded me that crying doesn’t always have to be because of clinical depression

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Becoming an author myself has only reinforced those views

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To deal with multiple heartbreaks, I tried replacing human intimacy with an AI

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Usually, I cannot remain engaged in one activity for long; these books were exceptions

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Accepting and working on our faults and limitations is not weak, it is necessary.

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An overview of the practice, along with what worked and what didn’t

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They defied all expectations and are most certainly worthy of adorning a larger number of bookshelves

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Lessons and insights from the first year since 2012 that I haven’t felt like a depressive

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Chandrayan Gupta

21-year old author, blogger, and law student. I write crime thrillers with a heavy focus on mental health issues. Search my name on Amazon to get my books!

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