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Girl Power Talk - What Is FOMO And Why It Is Impacting Teenagers

What Is FOMO and Why It Is Impacting Teenagers

What Is FOMO and Why It Is Impacting Teenagers How to Deal With FOMO as a Teenager? FOMO stands for Fear of Missing Out, meaning that someone is afraid to be left out from something. FOMO is a syndrome that makes people believe that a single precious moment cannot be missed and that they need …

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Small Town Girls Upskilling at Girl Power Talk

Small Town Girls Upskilling at Girl Power Talk: A Case Study

Opening a Window to a Better World The Changing Face of India Women Uprising Everyone deserves the opportunity to grow, explore their interests, and become the person they want to be. Everyone deserves to have access to education and skill development in order to be independent. Perhaps no organization in India is more dedicated towards …

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What We Won’t Miss About Online Studies—and What We Will

What Would We Not Miss? What Would We Miss? We often miss our schools when we are in college. We miss our prayer time, teachers' childhood stories, wandering in the corridor, and many more things. But online school changed everything overnight. It must be a nightmare to some and a sweet dream for others. For …

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Eclectic Pathways: Urmi Chanda’s Journey from Journalism to Peacebuilding

Urmi's Journey in Journalism Becoming a Culturalist Finding a Balance Message of Peace Kindly Share a Little About Yourself and Your Passions. I’m primarily a writer-researcher and have been straddling the worlds of journalism and academics for over a decade. As a culture writer, I have been deeply committed to the arts and literature, and …

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Paving the Path for Women in Finance | The Journey of Monique Frederick

Growing Up in Finance The Beginning of Financial Advocacy Being a Leader Work-Life Balance in Performing Arts Message to the Youth “Don’t let society put you in a box and dictate what you do with your life.” Growing up, I never considered gender as a barrier to a career in finance. My father, who was …

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Things Teenagers Are Tired of Hearing Once They Turn 18

Things Teenagers Are Tired of Hearing Once They Turn 18

You Are an Adult Now, Pull Your Life Together You Are Just Beginning to Understand How the World Works, Shut Up! The Infamous Line: “When I Was Your Age, I Did Blah, Blah, Blah” Eighteen Is a Scary Number When you turn eighteen, which is the legal age for most countries, you would assume that …

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How South Asian Nation Created a Platform for Empowering Brown Women | Divya Soneji

Building South Asian Nation The Importance of Diversity and Empowerment Message to Youth What was your vision for the south Asian nation and how has it changed? My vision for the South Asian Nation was to bridge the gap between diaspora and the homeland, places where our roots and ancestors are from. Before launching the …

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Shattering Unrealistic Beauty Standards: Shuchi & Sachreet

Envisioning an Equitable World Beginning of a Close Friendship Launching Power to Her Walking Toward the Path Ahead “You only get to live life once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” We were both born in India and felt the effect of patriarchal issues from an early age. It's very hard to …

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5 Things Indian Kids Can Relate to About Career (Meme Version)

5 Things Indian Kids Can Relate to About Career (Meme Version)

We Want at Least One Doctor in the Family! Just Get Into IIT. Your Life Will Be Set. Don’t Worry, Beta. If You Search Properly, You Will Find a Real Job Soon. You Can Be Anything You Want to Be! Your Choices Are Unlimited- Doctor, Engineer and IAS Officer You Want to Become a Singer? …

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