Polka Dots

We stumbled upon art installations by Yayoi Kusama and fell in love with polka dots all over again!

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So, we went sourcing for few more things with the dots. What a way go feel good on a gloomy rainy day!

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Black & white polka dot backpack by Jan Sport
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Polka Dot Shoes (Idea by SoCreativeThings)
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Pens in polka dots! (http://theneotrad.com/2011/08/29/the-little-things-3/)
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In-Group Support Group for Youth — prionkaray

We have a group and we call it, In-Group. What does In-Group actually mean? In sociology and social psychology, an ingroup is a social group to which a person psychologically identifies as being a member. By contrast, an outgroup is a social group with which an individual does not identify with. The Famous Experiment by Jane Elliot Iowa teacher, […]

via In-Group Support Group for Youth — prionkaray

Things We Love: Puppies!

Have you looked at them!!! Have you!! Have you!!? OMG! We just love them to bits!

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And if you haven’t done so yet, here are the dogs to follow on Instagram.

If you want to send us photos or write ups on your feel-good ideas, write to us at ingrouphelp@gmail.com. We would love to give you credit!

 

 

How to Stop Being a People Pleaser: 7 Powerful Habits — The Positivity Blog: Practical Happiness, Self-Esteem and Life Advice

“You wouldn’t worry so much about what others think of you if you realized how seldom they do.”Eleanor Roosevelt “When you say “yes” to others, make sure you aren’t saying “no” to yourself.”Paulo Coehlo When you get stuck in the habit of trying to please other people pretty much all the time then it can…

via How to Stop Being a People Pleaser: 7 Powerful Habits — The Positivity Blog: Practical Happiness, Self-Esteem and Life Advice

Empathy in our daily lives

“Just because you can’t empathize as expected, does not mean you can’t empathize. Every attempt at empathy is empathy.” Prionka Ray talks about empathy (the ability to understand and see things from someone else’s perspective) @ the Ted Ed @Nygh 2017. Emphasising the importance of empathy in our everyday life, she shared about her own Empathy journey to 400 teens. She was a panelist-speaker at the event, addressing 400 teens.”

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Prionka Ray, Talking about Empathy at @ the Ted Ed @Nygh 2017

To read more from Prionka Ray, follow her on her blog “https://prionkaray.com/”.

No Labels…. please!

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(The following is a Teen Talk contribution)

Name: Undisclosed
Gender: Female
Age: 17

People talk about stereotypes. They label students as smart or stupid, and somehow we all assume that only the stupid label hurts. It’s not true!
I am stereotyped as smart. Parents, teachers and peers believe that I will top my exam. No one understands the pressure that it gives me: pressure to perform, pressure to never show my weakness, and pressure to never relax. Once my marks dipped and since then, my pressure has increased even more. I have lost confidence and I get panic attacks. I have even hurt myself physically to overcome the anxiety and stress. I wish people stop labelling, and allow us to be human… allow us to make mistakes. I wish people don’t just look at you and put you in to a box that says, nerd, geek, flirt, stud, stupid, smart, b*** etc., etc., etc. We are people and not things that can be labelled.

(Content edited by In-Group for clarity)
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