Rupi Kaur on struggling with depression

"It feels so dark, if you haven't been in that type of place before, it's so difficult to explain." It took years for bestselling poet Rupi Kaur to open up about her depression — but when she did, her experience spoke to millions ...

03/02/2021 1:30 PMupdated: 03/02/2021 3:30 PM


  • Veronyka V.
    03/03/2021 03:44

    Absolutely. Indian culture among others Asian ones cover up mental health issues and always find excuses/ reasons to blame to external factors (other people inner issues) “ I am this because: I am paying my dues” it is Gods will.. you are so brat and lazy. To my surprise, although they “seem” very well “educated” they are lacking of emotional intelligent education, holding still VERY stubborn old rancid ways of cast and status etc. (They will tell you that they are not, but IT IS so in built) Minimizing negative feelings and the list can go just imagine if you are a women, the culture will be so brutal.

  • Brut
    03/02/2021 13:45

    Check out Rupi Kaur's latest poetry book, "Home Body."

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