What I want to say

In the current political climate, it is more important than ever to make sure our voices will be heard by those in power. With the rise of social media and online forums, it has become easier than ever to make our thoughts and opinions known to a much larger audience. But what is often lost in this process is the importance of openly communicating in a thoughtful and conscientious way. This is especially true when discussing topics that can be seen as controversial or sensitive.

The first step in this process is to make sure you understand exactly what it is you want to say. This could take the form of deep reflective thought or research into the topic you are discussing. Once you have a clear sense of your message, it is essential to communicate it in a respectful manner that acknowledges different perspectives. Avoid getting caught up in “arguments” or constructing any dialogue that can be seen as derogatory in nature.

Furthermore, it is important to recognize how our message might be interpreted by those we are sending it to. We should always aim to avoid making assumptions or judgments on those who might disagree with our opinion. Keep in mind that the goal is to promote productive conversation and dialogue.

Finally, it is essential to be authentic and honest in our delivery of our message. Our words should reflect our true feelings and come from a genuine place. This will help ensure our message carries the most impact and resonates with our audience.

If we all strive to communicate openly, thoughtfully, and respectfully, we can ensure that our voices will be heard and that we will be contributing to a larger, fruitful dialogue.

A poem detailing a young person’s silent battle with despair.

– Muskaan Admani

When someone asks how I am

I want to say

I really do sense




And like

     A load

This d e p r e s s i o n

Is a ravenous parasite

Sucking out all the light-weight

I have left

I have lost my sight.

I want to say

That my views

Are incessantly pushing bodyweight against my shoulders

And that is why I shake from time to time

I am relentlessly battling a boxing match

That you are unable to see

But my electricity

Is now fleeting.

I want to say


     S m i l i n g

Has develop into a

Magic trick

But I am almost certainly the worst


You know


I am a learn at


All is good.

I want to say

That I am

     D r o w n i n g

These walls are caving in

And I no more time know how to survive

It can be like I’m trying to swim

But my palms and feet are tied.

I want to say

That this unhappiness

Has contaminated my lungs

So respiration has turn into an

     A b o m i n a t i o n.

I want to say

That lifestyle has torn

At the verge of my power

I am  n u m b 

I am  e m p t y.

My grave

Is this system.

But I might fairly not ravage

Someone’s temper

With my  t r a g i c  h o n e s t y

So I goof away

Like almost everything is a laughing make any difference

And I say some thing appropriate, like:

“I am alright. How are you?”

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Howdy! I am Muskaan, a Psychology Undergraduate from Queen Mary College of London. I am at the moment on my placement calendar year functioning in a school. I am sharing my activities by means of poetry – a medium that has served me all through my struggles of psychological overall health, with the hope to assist and inspire some others.

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