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A Scam Called DREAM

A Poetic Rant.

Let Dreams be dreams.

Don’t let them scream.

It’ll be worse than it seems.

They put pressure on our hearts,

And are empowered to control what we want!

They ruin reality, 

And don’t let life be.

They ask us to hustle,

 And in the process, we even forget ourselves.

Dreams manipulate our needs into desire,

Before we know it, our greed burns up like raging fire.


Dreams tell us to work work work,

All work & no play, makes us dull dull dull.

Life would’ve been easier without the power of the subconscious mind,

Neuroscience would be less complicated, & brain exercises would’ve gotten more time!

With the power of imagination, the human race survived,

But “with great power comes great responsibility” , is an understated line!

This scam that our brain runs, is one of a kind!

“Dream big and achieve big”- is the fraud of the century,

You DO the hard work with an ambition and not a dream itinerary!!

The time spent on dreams and daydreams alone,

Is half-life of an average human being.

What’s good in wasting time on senseless scenarios, 

Where you’re your only team!


Dream to be a writer, painter, singer, dancer — sound like a dream !

Real life is the antidote to delusional realities.

We can achieve these ‘ambitions’ if we work hard & have the skills at heart,

But we can never win in life, if we keep pretending to be smart!

Be smart and let the dreams be dreams alone,

Don’t push yourselves so hard before you’re grown.

Dream-land is a nice escape from the troubles of the world,

Yet, only in reality, you can touch the ground from above.


Thanks for reading. Namaste.

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20 Reasons Why Writing Isn’t As Easy As It Looks!

Believe it or not, people think writing is easy and anyone can be a writer. Well, yes anyone CAN be a writer, as long as they’re willing to give up certain things for it! I never thought I’d call myself a writer & to be honest, I have my doubts even today! I have realised some things that makes writing one of the toughest creative jobs! Although, creativity is tough as it is. Yet, I’ll speak only for myself today! Writing isn’t a piece of cake!

I haven’t found my writing voice yet. I don’t know what works best for me & I have no idea when I’ll follow just ONE genre to write about! As of now, I write what I am feeling! May be that’s my writing voice, PERSONAL.

The Most Personal Is The Most Creative.

– Martin Scorsese

Not every writer struggle with that though. Some of them are straight forward and damn clear about what they will write about. They don’t have to wander in the creative realm for different topics. They find their creative topics within their genre, because they know where to look & how! Well, I adore all of them! And the ones like me, who are clueless & write about WHATEVER, I understand. You’re not alone. The writers I am talking about are the emotional ones, for whom writing is their passion, not the ones who’re selling writing courses on their websites! Those aren’t writers, those are marketers.

However, the WRITERS, who have a clear head and the ones who’re clueless, have something in common. They’re WRITERS. As a writer, you have insecurities & doubts. You know it if you’re a writer, that you struggle everyday. It isn’t easy and it won’t be. EVER.


20 Reasons Why Writing Is Frightening:

#1 Writer’s Block. Already scary, isn’t it! I have this almost every month!! Running out of words, will & intention to write anymore!!

#2 Creative Block. Similar to #1 but not exactly that. It’s about running out of topics to write about. Especially, if you’re into “I want to write something different” thing!

#3 Exhaustion. I won’t say writers are untouchable to exhaustion! Even the most passionate ones get exhausted once in a while! And just like every other creative person, we take a break and recharge our brain.

#4 Fear. You can be the most fearless person in the room, yet right before you hit publish for a blog post or a book, you’ll be anxious. After hitting publish, you’ll be in fear of non-acceptance. Your words matter to you, but will they matter to your audience?!

#5 Expectations. Expectations to over do our previous write-ups, previous books or previous hits! Expectations that with each post, you become a better writer, even if nobody tells you so. For a writer, expectations to be better than your yesterday self are so high, that sometimes we forget that the reality will always belong to us anyway!

#6 Statistics. For a writer, stats is like sugar addiction! You know it’s going to harm you, yet you consume it everyday. Even multiple times a day! How many hits my blog got, how many people liked my post, how many people visited my site! And don’t get me started with a book statistics! If you’ve published a book, you know it!

#7 Authenticity. The most fearful times for writers are the question of authenticity. Plagiarism is a BIGGEST BANE in writing community. First of all, if you copy someone else’s work and DON’T give them credit, STOP CALLING YOURSELF A WRITER. You’ll never be one. All a writer ever wants, is for people to respect his/her words and appreciate the effort he/she has put in to write something! Any article we write is like our baby! So please love it and respect the effort!

#8 Competition. Writing is the most competitive form of work. Someone had to say it, and I am not afraid to. If you’re a writer, you have to face and accept the fact that there is immense competition in the industry. Almost, everyone’s trying to be a blogger, a creator, a writer, an author and on top of that, they may be doing it better than you. As much as internet has helped everyone to showcase their talents, it has also cluttered the way to be on top!

#9 Multi-Tasking. Writing is not just one job. You have to be a writer, a marketer, a social media manager, basically an expert of the online world to promote your brand and words to as many people as possible. Thankfully, writing community is extremely supportive of each other.

#10 Currency. Writing doesn’t pay unless you spend some of money to be seen and heard in the crowd! Ads, Domains, Website services, Promotions, Book publishing !! All of this happens BEFORE we start earning a single penny, which by the way, is not sure to be within your pocket anytime soon! It takes months or years even!

#11 Vulnerability. A writer is vulnerable when he/she writes about personal experiences. As I mentioned earlier, My writing voice is PERSONAL. The most personal is the most creative but it has its downside. It’s hard to show your inner-most feelings to the world and not get judged! Yet, a good writer knows how to portray it in a decent way, but a great writer – Just Doesn’t Care. A Great Writer knows the value of true & authentic self portrayal.

#12 Joblessness. If you’ve opted writing as your full-time job, for others, its not really a job. People think you don’t have a source of income and you’re wasting your time on this writing bit, because there’s so much competition already! How’re you ever going to beat that! It can make a writer discouraged and demotivated. But we keep going, because it’s what we want to do and we believe in ourselves. We won’t stop until we make it work.

#13 Mental Health. Writers read A LOT! Other writer’s content, topics that interests us, research that can help with their own work, books. Writer’s also READ BETWEEN THE LINES. Most of the writers are empathetic and compassionate. They share their feelings on their blog and the deepest feelings in a diary, and so, they have hard time sharing in real life. They listen to others and all of this listening, reading, not sharing takes a toll on their mental health- on a daily basis.

#14 Consistency. A continuous pressure cooker!! To write more, if possible, everyday. If not, then thrice a week. To keep posting ANYTHING so that people don’t forget about the blog ! To keep up with the competitors, because they write EVERYDAY!! Well, Brutus not everyone can write everyday!

#15 Social-Life. When you become a writer, you naturally tend to cut off with people because of your schedules and lack of time! NO! The truth is not that. A writer is socially off, even when he/she is with people, because they’re making notes in the head about what they’re going to write next which is inspired from this very event. They’re so into it, that they don’t enjoy much or even gel well with others. Their brain is running at 125kmh! So, they have fewer friends and they zone out more often. They’re basically introverts of the creative world!

#16 Opacity. A writer wants to be transparent but it’s quite not possible for them to be it! They’re naturally opaque. They will not show their true selves to anyone, because their true self reflects in their words and in real-life, they are NOT their words. Because the words are the safer space for a writer to be him/herself. Their writings are transparent but their lives are opaque.

#17 Distractions. Just like now, I typed this heading and started using Instagram ! Social media distractions are the worst. But they’re with everyone. A writer is distracted with anything! A writer needs a personal space, a quite environment and some alone time to write the best. Otherwise, It just blows off well!

#18 Romance. No, romance is not a distraction for a writer. But the problem is, romance is basically content. Not everyone supports that. So if you ever commit to a writer, be prepared to be the show stopper! Most writers write about their personal experiences, that includes love- BIG TIME. Either you can support that, or get annoyed! Sorry, can’t help it!

#19 Giving Up. Not on writing, NO! Giving up on some other things they love doing. Because if our minds are into multiple things, we’ll probably blow it off with everything we do. So, if want to write, you have to give up on your other passions! Not that you can’t practice them once in a while. You have to, its rejuvenating. But work on one thing and let go of the rest! It’s really hard though.

#20 Self-Doubt. Writers have self-doubts regarding everything. Every word they write, every step they take forward, every book they publish, every feedback they get, everyday when words don’t visit, every time someone says “get a job”, every now & then, a writer doubts him/herself, if he/she’s doing the right thing! If he/she’ll ever get where they’ve aimed or more! But what keeps them going, is the one thing they started for – They Love To Write.

While writing the start of this post, I didn’t have a writing voice. Now, I do. Like I said, My writing voice is personal. I found it while writing this personal article, to share it with whomever needs to know it! Writing isn’t as easy, as it looks. If you still want to keep writing, then never stop, because you love it too much to give up.

Thanks for reading. Namaste.


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A Major Writer’s Block

And how to deal with it.


Dread it. Run from it. Writer’s Block arrives anyway!! Believe it or not, I am writing this out of writer’s block! I think there’s a different definition for everyone. For me, writer’s block means a state where I want to write, I have things to write about but I don’t feel like writing! It happens often. So that’s MY writer’s block. Other’s definition might involve :

  • Having topics to write but not being able to find the right words.
  • Having the topic & the words but not the intention to share RIGHT NOW.
  • Having the words but not the content to write about, well, this one I call creativity block & not writer’s block.

You can add up your own definition for it. 


The Path That Leads To Writer’s Block

As mentioned on Wikipedia-

Writer’s block is a condition, primarily associated with writing, in which an author loses the ability to produce new work or experiences a creative slowdown. This loss of ability to write and produce new work is not a result of commitment problems or lack of writing skills. The condition ranges from difficulty in coming up with original ideas to being unable to produce a work for years. Writer’s block is not solely measured by time passing without writing. It is measured by time passing without productivity in the task at hand.

Read the last line again. 

Ever experienced it? Of course you did. Every writer goes through this multiple times in a single quarter. Personally, I don’t consider writing as my passion. I consider writing as my art. Just like every other artist, I have my bad days & the good ones. On bad days, I am unable to create any art, even when I want to. On good days, I create art, but I don’t get audience. Yet, I created it, so it’s still a good day. The one thing common in the bad & the good days is my will to create art! My intention never changes. All I want is to write more & more.

Even when I planned my days for writing, made strategies & tried every bit to be better everyday, like I’ve done here:


I kind of failed terribly! I followed this for the first week. Then, I forgot about it and went all “Write anything-everyday”! So, I TRY to write as much as I can. But on somedays, I am lost! Like today. So, I decided to write about writer’s block itself!

Writing about a writer’s block is better than not writing at all. –Charles Bukowski


“All the planning & research won’t matter if we’re trapped inside our heads! “

Who Traps Us Anyway? 

We’re free to write, read & think! How does it get to this point? I think it’s the pressure to outgrow our older self. To write more & better. To just DO! It’s the pressure WE put on ourselves. Our expectations with ourselves keeps on growing with our growth as well. 

A writer should be this, a writer should write this, a writer should do certain things! 


Can you see the desperation? To be better than yesterday! To be better at my art! The above points were jot down after reading several articles about WRITERS. I had written these a year ago. Haven’t seen them since then. Just opened the notebook and clicked this picture! Just like the photograph, these points for me are way too blurry to focus on! 

“It’s the pressure to outgrow our older self”

Rules For The Writer ME- ‘Rule of Thirds Cube’

Since, I haven’t followed the above points by heart, I have been following my own set of rules which I’d like to share because for a writer, 

RULE #1 is Sharing.

RULE #2 : Write at your own pace. 

RULE #3 : Ignore everybody.

RULE #4 : Read other writers.

RULE #5 : Don’t worry about the results.

RULE #6 : Don’t rush to hit publish. Write well. Edit well.

RULE #7 : Appreciate the feedback. Good or Bad.

RULE #8 : Write out your vulnerabilities, weaknesses, anxieties & other realities.

RULE #9 : Make your own set of rules. Other’s won’t apply. You’re different.


What Happens In The Writer’s Block?

Instead of having the ‘Rule of Thirds Cube’, I can’t really work efficiently sometimes. It’s like Voldemort has entered my head and is seeing all the things I’ve been keeping inside and is controlling me through them! The more I resist, the stronger he’s going to get! So I give in. Let him take control of the writer me. Meanwhile, I am focusing on other tasks I wanted to work on. Just like yesterday, I left this story midway and started again today. I knew I had to finish this but I still didn’t bother to write! That’s writer’s block. I read another story — “I am writing after 4 days!” or something similar to that. It gave me an edge to take a break as well. I am not the type who can write EVERYDAY! I try sometimes, I succeed as well, but at the end of it, I know I exhaust myself when I write everyday consistently and it results in writer’s block! That’s why I wrote this even before I had writer’s block. May be I had it coming!

Writing Everyday Is NOT Going To Help You


“Today, I am determined to finally get to the finish line.”

This was the result of frustration with everyone advising otherwise! So I had my own rules and restrictions for writing or not writing! The most important thing I can share is that it took me a week to finish this story. I have been writing this everyday bit by bit, yet today, I am determined to finally get to the finish line.


“We have been taught to look at the bright side of everything.”

How To Deal With Writer’s Block?

The fact that it took me a week to get to this headline is the first solution to writer’s block amongst others.We’ll find out how, but before we go into ways to deal with writer’s block, let’s first look into the Pros & Cons of it. YES. You read that right. We have been taught to look at the bright side of everything. There’re some here as well.

Let’s first look at the cons of writer’s block, because that’s all we know right!

  • You become inconsistent.
  • You feel anxious & guilty.
  • You feel like you can’t write anymore & you’re afraid.
  • Your stats decline.
  • You aren’t productive & you can’t seem to focus on other tasks as well.

Now, it’s time to look at the bright side, the pros of writer’s block:

  • You get time to recharge your brain.
  • You can research on your skills & ideas.
  • You can take a break & enjoy your leisure time.
  • You can learn new things or do online courses.
  • You can explore other talents you have.
  • You can prepare for your writer’s block to be over.
  • Finally, You write with a new energy & same amount of passion you had before the block.

You see? It’s all good. Now, the main question is how to deal with writer’s block? 

The Solutions:

#1: Write in bits everyday during writer’s block. (Like I took a week to finish this article).

#2: Read other writers to learn & get inspired.

#3: Understand that the block is temporary & so, you’ll need ideas to write about. Explore some.

#4: Don’t pressurise yourself to write. You’ll write when you’re ready, I promise. But, If it gets too much for you to take, sit & write anything you feel like. 

#5: Read anything, watch some movies or web series, cook some delicious meals, plant trees, listen to music, clean the house, go for a walk. Basically, spend sometime with yourself.

For me, these solutions have been enough. There may be more, depending on what works for different people. Writer’s block can be hard & daunting, but with time and patience, you can overcome anything & so this as well. I hope this was helpful. Because as writers, we ride in the same boat and we can only help each other to make it easier. 

Thanks for reading. Namaste.


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WORLD BOOK DAY: How I Went Back To Reading!


It’s not easy to break a habit. Once broken, it’s not easy to re-form it. Especially, a habit that requires will, concentration & determination but ends up only in procrastination!! No. I am not talking about writing, although it’s traits are quite similar but as clear from the title, I am talking about reading! 

Reading has been a core part of my routine for a longer time, but somehow with the job & house chores & more, I kind of lost interest in it! I used to keep my books on the desk, in the front so that I can let myself WANT to read, but that never happened. Then, the lockdown happened & I still didn’t read!! I know I wanted but I didn’t. I picked them up, looked at the covers, the ones I’d left half read, I embraced them with my fingers, remembering about the story & just before I could open it, I put it back on the desk! Instead, I watched movies & series! I felt guilty sometimes, but not enough to actually do something about it!


 “We need change in order to survive!”

What I did to get back to Reading:

I shifted to a different room & gave it a different ambiance so that I feel the CHANGE. Because we need change in order to survive! That room didn’t have a television, nor it had the wifi. I just had my phone, some books, some stationary for writing & colouring & my laptop. So, basically, I minimalised the sources of entertainment. For some more, I also had my ukulele. Never much used it, as I was procrastinating for it as well!! But, this isn’t about it. It’s about reading. 

Once I started living in this new room, I felt more free and less pressurised to DO things! I just did what I wanted to IN THE MOMENT. So, at first, I did some colouring! Threw some random oil pastels on the sheet, hoping to get something for the wall!

“I didn’t force myself to do things & it helped me to do more.”

 Here’s what I created:

I think it’s better than what I used do in the name of art!!! Anyway, the point is, it worked. I didn’t force myself to do things & it helped me to do more. I started watching Harry Potter for like the 100th time! Then, I picked up a book & started reading from where I had left. The book was The Palace of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni . This book is based on the Indian epic — Mahabharat. Only in this book, the author have narrated the story through the perspective of the female protagonist of the tale , Draupadi.

I started re-reading it and I was trapped in the story, all over again! Now, I am liking it and I have time for it or should I say, I value my time for reading!! So, my reading list now involves:

  • Women by Charles Bukowski
  • Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari (1/4th read)
  • Incognito by David Eagleman (1/4th read)
  • The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera

I love all of these but just like a child loses interest in some of the toys, I lost it too! Only the child doesn’t know the value of those toys, but I do. So, that’s how I went back to my books & resumed my reading habit after months.


Points to remember:

  • Human Beings need constant change in life in order to survive better!
  • Minimalising is the way to de-clutter our minds & life.
  • Do things you feel like doing in the moment.
  • Do not force your way to creativity. 
  • Books are our best companions.

With these points, I leave you with a motive to not be bombarded with thoughts but ways to organise them.

Thanks for reading. Namaste.


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I Was Sixteen.

A POEM.

I was sixteen you see.
Wild & Free,
Always in a Hurry!
I met new people and old ones,
I found more liberty!
I got to know Love,
I was met with mistakes & glee.
There were times of sorrow,
but the bad times didn’t grow as trees.
Naive & Stupid, I was running all around,
With love & affection for enemies…
It’s okay though.
They were my friend at a point,
Now the point is an infinite line,
Intersecting with only time.
The power is now in my mind,
To feel more love & affection for the right kind!
I am not sixteen you see,
yet I know how I used to be.
I can still be the fearless SHE,
I just stop myself from feeling ME.
If I feel HER anymore,
I will again be wild & free.
Life will become easy,
That’s not an adult life you see.
You need sufferings to understand the psychology,
To feel the pain & hurt more than guilty.
To live as an adult & keep remembering,
What it feels like, to be sixteen.



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The Only Thursday Tactic You Should Apply

Tactics as per the term are the strategies that we can apply in our lives to be stronger- mentally, Physically & Emotionally.

But honestly, I am fed up. Fed up of the self help stuff. Fed up on working on myself each day and writing about it. Sometimes you need a break.

My Thursday Tactic is – Take A Break.

I can tell you to do several things to be your best self, I have, many times, but you can find so many articles and blogs for self growth, personal development, life lessons and what not! But only few will tell you the truth!

I am here, to write the truth that I am feeling and not pretend to be something I am not. So today I am feeling what I feel most of the times – CLUELESS.

I am clueless about the future and the present. I am clueless why I am so anxious and lost all the time. I am clueless why I am forcing myself to write everyday when I really don’t want to. I am clueless, why I procrastinate more and work less! I am clueless, why the hell, I JUST DON’T GIVE MYSELF A BREAK!!!!

“I define intelligent as being yourself.”

Here’s the clue. I am taking this break today. Not wanting to sound intelligent everyday, because I actually am clueless what intelligent even means anymore!

I define intelligent as being yourself. So, I am intelligent I guess. I started this weekday wonders series without a motive ( clueless writer) and for the first three days, I found a motive of learning things we haven’t so far! I pretty much succeeded in writing more than what I desired. Today, I wanted to write something about Thursday and Tactics. But I am not going to. Because Today, I feel the only tactic I want to share and apply is, “Give Yourself A Break”.

So, Take a break. Treat yourself. Love Yourself.

Thanks for reading.

Namaste.

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What Money Can’t Buy!

And we can’t live without ….

I am sure you all must have a story, where you did a small thing for someone else selflessly, and it made you feel something you can’t explain till date. I have felt it myself. Once, I was out with my friends, we were standing outside a shopping mall waiting for another friend. Suddenly, a little girl came upto me. I presumed she’s going to ask for money or food because her mother and her siblings were sitting on the ground nearby. But she didn’t. She asked for a tiny hair clip that I was wearing. She pointed at my hair and asked for it. Just like that. It made me smile. I gave the clip to her and she went off. No money, no food. Just the hair clip. She went back to her family. Normal. But for me, it was a memory of a lifetime. The emotions I felt in that moment are more precious to me. It was a little thing, happened in fraction of seconds, yet gave me the happiness many hours couldn’t give.

I ask you to remember incidents like these in your life and how it affected you. You can share them in the comments or directly to me by going to https://tarunified.com/contact/ I would love to know all the stories and would share my favourite ones. This is something that money can’t buy.

It was a realisation that we don’t feel happy all the time. We can’t. We also can never find therapy in shopping or eating out. The bad days should be dealt with how the good days are- by living them. Amidst all these motivational talks, self-help videos and books, there is a lack of sense and logic. Not entirely, because sometimes you need someone to push you and that’s when these content creators help but what happens when even their words aren’t enough? Even the motivation won’t help you to find something what you’re looking for.

I am sharing a link to a video below, because everyone deserves the emotions I felt after watching this. Everyone deserves to feel like the guy felt in the video by doing all the things he did. He did it out of love, kindness, compassion and empathy. These emotions are human’s biggest assets. Not the assets we keep investing in, in the stock markets or real estate or even buying expensive things to keep you sane. Those are long-term liabilities. They can never make us happy. (Sometimes it feels good to not being able to afford such stuff). The assets that money can’t buy. Our emotions are the assets we must invest in everyday.

I want you to watch this video, if you haven’t already. This is a commercial but it’s one of the best videos I have ever watched. https://youtu.be/uaWA2GbcnJU

Don’t forget to share your story. I am looking forward to it.

Thanks for reading. Namaste.

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How To Be Unhappy

A detailed guide with 5 proven scientific theories and facts!

Unhappiness is the reason for our meaningful existence. It is the addiction of the hour. If you’re not unhappy once in a while, are you even living right? Yes, you! You need to ask yourself today, “Am I unhappy enough?, What will people think if I am only happy!? Like I have reasons to be happy? Won’t they judge me for not having to struggle with anxiety, fear, toxic relationships? What should I be doing to be unhappier?”……

Your problem has a tarunified solution. Intrigued enough ? Enlightening you today with some on-point, experienced, well researched, tried & tested methods to be unhappy.

1. The Overthink-Tank

This method was developed 2,000 years ago (supposedly) by a Russian Psychologist named Taakldjdskfs Rukewgfjbsdov. (Yeah, I can’t pronounce it either. It’s like somebody just typed random alphabets! Poor kid!) The Overthink-Tank was created by keeping the heart, soul, body, mind and spirit of human being together, to be controlled all at once by a magical tool called Assumption. This tool is used in different forms in various subjects like mathematics, physics, literature & life. Mr. Rukewgfjbsdov used it in Life, as mathematics, physics and literature weren’t difficult enough for him to challenge his intelligence! So what he did was to sit still in isolation, in dark mostly and analyse a situation that had happened 5 years ago in his life and think about it over and over and over until he start doubting everything about himself.

There is another way he mentioned where the tool of assumption works best in the overthink tank – It is to think about a situation in your life right now, take any scenario and assume the worst out of it (it can be future or present, but won’t work on past case scenarios, past is useless in the overthink tank. Future is proven to be the best). So once you’ve assumed the best, worst case scenario, you have entered the overthink tank. You won’t want to come out of it once you enjoy the unhappiness it causes.

2. The Dream-Destruction Theory

This sounds destructive (because it is called that! jeeezz!). The dream-destruction theory was developed by someone we don’t know, but, it states that, “Any person who has dreams shall not follow them until that person is stuck doing something they don’t want to do.” Moreover, the kid wanted to say, DON’T FOLLOW YOUR HEART. FOLLOW YOUR PARENTS/FRIENDS. Basically, become a sheep.

This theory can be practised in various forms, but it should start on early in life. The reasons you can take to follow this theory can be – Not having enough skills, not having money, parents not supporting you, procrastinating, not working hard enough and so on. These reasons are scientifically proven to destruct any dream goal you have. Another way to attain unhappiness!!

3. The ‘Giving-A-Damn’ Potion

There was once this lady in around the 1400s and she was the spy of the neighbourhood. One day, she met another lady and they met a man and they all met another man and they formed a gang and called themselves, “4 Log” (4 People)…. Hence, started the wrath of the 4 log gang everywhere!!! Parents used their name to scare their children, Teenagers committed suicide in their name, women sacrificed and tolerated worst things for their sake. They became a Legend. People started following them like blind. But what was the secret? How so quickly, they became gods to their fellow humans?

It was “The Giving-A-Damn” Potion. the 4 log gang created a potion mixing up ingredients like – gossip, hatred, jealousy, negative vibes, envy and made people drink it…….. Rest. Is. History. You can find that potion anywhere these days, it’s an accessible and extremely effective method to be unhappy.

4. The Drama Leaks Summit

The Drama Leaks Summit happens in every few months with people having maximum number of gossips and toxic people in life. In the summit, all the gossip kings and queens get together and surround the person with “who’s who/what” proposals. The person then looks for reasons in the proposal to be coming to this summit. Until the person finds none, the drama leaks summit goes on and the person remains stuck with drama and negativity, resulting in unhappiness. Science has proven this summit to be one of the most impactful event to be unhappy.

5. The Validation Task Force

The Validation Task Force, by the name of it, is the force that thrives inside us for approval of or by others. This task force gets into action every time we post something online or spend thousands on our appearances (for people who only care about themselves). The validation and approvals of strangers, friends, family or even a man who is already too-into-his-looks or a woman who posts-pictures-where-she-looks-the-best, are utter importance for this task force’s existence. Thus, resulting in fear, self-hate, more money spent and mental health issues, a.k.a. Unhappiness.

Here were the TOP 5 methods to be unhappy. You can share more in the comment section or email me.

P.S. The post is the writer’s imagination and has no real life significance whatsoever. If you somehow relate to it, well that’s on you.

Thanks for reading. Namaste.