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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  • Usha W.
    a day

    I hv same story but hope is most important in our life

  • R A.
    3 days

    My daughter went thru bullying in Delhi. Delhi born and brought up kids, are very arrogant, self centered . Kids who are not so talented put down talented kids coming from southern and eastern states. Delhi schools and colleges should take note of this and ensure counselling support to small town kids. Delhi is dangerous unless you are too strong. As a music teacher I have counselled many south Indian students about handling bullying and being focussed in our purpose rather than trying to fit in among those useless spoilt Delhi kids.

  • মাকসুদা প.
    7 days

    Brave girl🤗🤗

  • Smita M.
    26/11/2020 13:35

    Brave girl...I salute you...

  • Ravindra D.
    25/11/2020 12:28

    Inspiring and motivating people 🙏 Heartiest congratulations 👏

  • Shweta D.
    25/11/2020 12:04

    Why she kerps moving eurs up , hope she is better now.

  • Srilatha L.
    25/11/2020 11:34

    I love you dear❤️ you're more than anything not less than an Ias officer. You're brave beauty with brain. God bless you you're an inspiration to many students who feels themselves low because of the immature not worthy peer you

  • Siya B.
    25/11/2020 10:30

    You are the real hope

  • Sheila C.
    25/11/2020 08:39

    we all have our purpose in life - sometimes, life needs to push us to the brink for us to realise that!!!! bravo dear! you found yours!!!! there are still a lot of us waiting to find ours!!!!

  • Arpana L.
    25/11/2020 05:38

    Unfortunately you suffered a lot and had to gone through with such insensitive bunch of peoples around you.But the Good part, is you have overcome now, and doing very well. Being delhiete, feeling sorry ,Well I hail from Ranchi. All the best.

  • Mridula S.
    24/11/2020 19:53

    God bless you dear ❤️❤️U r precious n very strong 👍Becoming hope for those who have lost itis the greatest deed one could do . U r a beautiful soul who is spreading happiness in the society ❤️❤️All the very best 👍

  • Sharmila T.
    24/11/2020 06:41

    Always keep saying God loves me n this pressure of life will fade.

  • Sharmila T.
    24/11/2020 06:40

    It all begins with home environment..if the parents inculate right values in kids all this will not happen in society..

  • Chetan P.
    24/11/2020 02:17

    isko koi Nallasopara ki kahani sunao re

  • Betty F.
    23/11/2020 20:23

    The race/class system in your country is despicable! When will it stop?? Will never visit your country due to its gross inhumane of treating its people!

  • Manorma Y.
    23/11/2020 15:18

    A n

  • Sujatha J.
    23/11/2020 05:48

    You are a rockstar...for having overcome the difficulties that life threw your way, for starting something to help others in a similar situation and for opening up about it. You are blessed to have found a guide in the professor. Truly, you are "Asha" for others!

  • Arvind K.
    23/11/2020 00:46

    Beautiful.. hope sustains life

  • Nitin S.
    22/11/2020 16:52

    Great going girl. Keep it up. God bless.

  • Niru S.
    22/11/2020 16:39

    OK why any women feel ashamed to be called bahan ji, in India bahan ji is respected word to call a woman.

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