Cafe Dissensus Everyday

By Rimli Bhattacharya 

It was early August 2018 when I felt the first stab of my depression. “I don’t feel good, I am always sad,” I kept whining to my father. By then the dark clouds had started hovering throughout and I had stopped seeking excellence in me and things around myself. In those black days, I could no longer seek the happier version of me. I couldn’t recall the last time I had been in my child-self applauding both sunshine and rain all the same. Little by little darkness engulfed my mind and I could no longer see lights around me. The colors in my life faded and I was the perfect example of a black and white patient who just didn’t have the will to reach out for help, let alone try. The nights seemed endless; sleep evaded me. The mornings I wouldn’t want to get up…

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Rimli Bhattacharya is a First class gold medalist in Mechanical Engineering from National Institute of Technology, an MBA in supply chain management and is engaged with a corporate sector. Her Anthology “Book of Light” a nonfiction genre was published with Speaking Tiger Publication which created a furor in literature world. She writes for several magazines, Times of India, Engineering Journals, Blog spots and is also an Indian Classical Dancer. She is based out of Mumbai, India.

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