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When Delhi Broke The Spirit Of This Small Town Girl

“All I wanted was acceptance.” When Avani moved to Delhi from Ranchi to study at SRCC, she found herself lost. She simply struggled to fit in. She shared her story with video platform We The Young to help others like her overcome mental health hurdles.

14/11/2020 2:57 PM
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  • Sadara N.
    02/04/2021 03:19

    Lucky u got such help from friends and lecturers but... I was not that lucky! I feel so happy for you to know someone who survived and is helping others to get through such pain. Hope to make this world a better place to live.

  • Parminder P.
    29/03/2021 17:04

    I know how it feel. I’ve been there. Sometime I really feel ashamed to be citizen of a country where beauty matters more then mental health. 🤮

  • Nilesh S.
    04/02/2021 16:35

    Wow where r girls who r so simple these days, she is highly desired by any good guy,

  • Raman P.
    22/01/2021 14:26

    Baha padhne ja rahe ya ramp walk jo shattered ho gaye .padho likho aage badho 🤗🤗🤗

  • Buffer A.
    20/01/2021 04:53

    If u are empty within, you are already inviting misery. Wisdom is when you choose totality

  • Priyansha K.
    19/01/2021 16:21

    your look alike

  • Abhishek B.
    19/01/2021 09:41

    Typical Delhi

  • Jaanvi S.
    18/01/2021 18:40

    :((

  • Sumit D.
    18/01/2021 16:29

    This is truly inspiring

  • Bejoys V.
    18/01/2021 03:11

    Such a shame these colleges students continue to bully even after so many traumatic incidents tear lot of lives..if they can't understand how bad bullying is..and how wierd it can affects others..what is use of their degrees 🤔

  • Santosh S.
    17/01/2021 16:20

    Everyone who is complimenting her is missing the point. Why is there so much difference in tier 2-3 cities people and the rest of the world? Its lack of exposure. We are doing everything we can to seclude ourselves and take cover in our comfort zone. There's no reason to feel less if you know it all and choose what you want to be. But when you are not exposed, the unknown intimidates you. Open your minds, learn the ways of the world and choose your personality. Not out of depression.. But out of pure choice, knowing very well what all exists. Grow your personality before shortening your skirts.

  • Srishti V.
    17/01/2021 15:28

    I am from Jamshedpur (near Ranchi), studying in SRCC as well. I can relate to every word my senior just said... About the small town struggles. Blessed to be taught by the same set of professors. More power to Avani Di❤❤

  • Mohit G.
    17/01/2021 13:13

    🌷🌺👌😊

  • Vasu G.
    17/01/2021 09:33

    Why to do something to please others..dont give shit about those who like you by your looks or wealth but not by the nature you have, its hard but be yourself, what your parents taught isn't necessary Will be taught by other parents.

  • Polok S.
    17/01/2021 04:49

    Please do not take these comments on yourself. Especially from Delhi folks. Their lack of education and culture is quite clearly visible. I've seen crazier people in Delhi. Let them gym, you keep shining! It takes a lot of courage to speak up! Fitting in does not mean compromise on dignity and self confidence. Keep shining! ((:

  • Aditi S.
    17/01/2021 03:14

    You are brave enough 👏👏

  • Mandeep R.
    16/01/2021 17:09

    Bravo! True 💯 that only scoring isn't sufficient... We have to help our kids to understand other aspects of life. Mental health/depression is one of the major problems faced by our youths/teenagers ...

  • Adam K.
    16/01/2021 15:49

    😞sad - God bless her

  • Jatin T.
    16/01/2021 15:25

    Mental health is a big issue around the world but people around us think that they dont have any problem in them. Understanding that itself is a problem. I believe even a healthy individual should have a therapist. I am glad you took the courage to come forward and expressed yourself! Kudos to your bravery!!

  • Mona C.
    16/01/2021 14:59

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