Marbles Lost & Found

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This is a very difficult time full of uncertainty for everyone around the world. And many of us, of course while luckier than others, do feel the anxiety of it all: What will happen next? Will we be okay? How do I deal with isolation for at lea
"Think of self-care as a tool for sustainability. Can you continue to live your current lifestyle without putting your future health and well-being at risk?" On the season finale of Marbles Lost and Found, Zain and Avanti talk to Pune based cre
"As a parent, you should let your child deal with the consequences of academics and pay more attention to their emotions". This week, Zain and Avanti are joined by educator, Gaya Lobo Gajiwala to talk about the mental health of teenagers & high
This episode contains sensitive topics that have been discussed. Listener discretion is advised. On this episode of Marbles Lost and Found, Zain and Avanti delve into the stories and struggles of our listeners, sent in by them. In this conversa
"Just as we had to learn algebra to get better and understand calculus when we reach college, we also have to learn to manage our emotions during our childhood so that we can efficiently make use of those emotions when we enter adulthood". On t
"If you feel a certain way you have to say it otherwise you're going speak something else and end up feeling something else". On this week's episode of Marbles Lost and Found, Zain and Avanti are joined by actor, writer and stand-up comedian, S
"They say that people dealing with grief get associated with drugs, alcohol, and smoking but it's important to know that most of these instances stem out of self-neglect and self-depreciation." This week, Zain and Avanti are joined by podcast p
"We always think about grief as sadness but there's so much more than that, there's anger, frustration, helplessness, blame". This episode contains sensitive topics that have been discussed. Listeners discretion is advised. This week Zain and A
"Journaling is often used to purge out our emotions, but we should also use it as a tool to embrace and appreciate the things that are around us". This week, Zain and Avanti are joined by singer, songwriter, and guitarist, Bhrigu Sahni. Bhrigu
"Eating disorders can start at any age and a lot of it has to do with the people around you, what they expect out of you, your acceptance in society and how you have been raised." How does one overcome an eating disorder? How should we react to
'A big part of mental health is acceptance.' If you want to go run for a marathon, do you start working towards it a day before or a year before? Can self-healing be done within a couple of days? Is it necessary to treat the mind like any other
'The opposite of addiction is not sobriety, it's connection'. What really causes addiction? Is it a sign of loneliness? Are drugs the primary source of addiction? Hosts Zain Calcuttawala and Avanti Malhotra talk to Dr. Yusuf Merchant about addi
On the season finale of the Marbles Lost & Found Podcast, hosts Zain Calacuttawala and Avanti Malhotra talk about their journey with understanding the implications of therapy, having dealt with anxiety and depression themselves. You can follow
Trigger Warning: This episode delves into issues that people with the above disorders might face. Listener discretion is highly advised. “Why are you so extreme? Are you bipolar?” “What’s wrong with you? I feel like I am talking to a different
“You’re shit. You can’t get up. You can’t move. You’re shit.” Some scenes, some lines and some stories in pop-culture just tend to resonate with you where mental illness is concerned. And sometimes, anything graphic can turn out to be a severe
“You’re so successful, you have no reason to be unhappy.” Is it really so? Who is to calculate that your happiness or mental health is related to your professional success? Zain speaks to music composer and producer, Gaurav Malaker aka BLOT abo
How do you cope with taking care of someone who is suffering from a mental illness? Is there a clear-cut answer to this? Avanti and Zain talk to Dilsher Dhillon about his experience taking care of his father who suffered from post-stroke depres
Trigger Wraning: This episode delves into issues like sexual assault and abuse. Listener discretion is highly advised. “Are you schizo?” “I think you have split-personality!” Are you guilty of using such phrases freely? And what do these terms
‘Boys don’t cry’ and ‘Girls don’t scream.' It’s sad when emotions carry the baggage of gender roles. Zain shares how growing up, he was mentally caught up between his emotions and the gender role he was expected to fulfill, and Avanti also spea
Trigger Warning: This episode delves into issues such as sexual assault and suicide. Listener discretion is highly advised. ‘You shouldn’t believe what you see.’ What do you take back from the movies, books, TV series we watch about mental heal
‘Your experiences make you who you are.’ ‘Your past can change you.’ Do you believe this? Avanti and Zain talk about how their past built them in a certain way, and how they tried to reconstruct themselves breaking away from their past. Episode
Nothing is wrong with you, it will be alright.’ More often than not, talking about mental illness and mental health is frowned upon. It’s a topic for behind the closed doors. Zain Calcuttawala and Avanti Malhotra talk about why they feel it’s a
After having coped with anxiety and depression themselves, Zain Calcuttawala and Avanti Malhotra aim to bring up conversations about mental illness and mental health on the Marbles Lost & Found podcast. Please Note: The hosts of the show are no
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