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Joining the dots with JTD

Join that dot (killed it with the name) is a very special initiative run by a very special person Janhavi. The thought that drives JTD is that we can’t manage an issue until we understand that there is something to be managed. Our focus needs to be on joining that dot behind all our ‘I don’t knows’ and continue pushing ever forward.

Through fun workshops (believe me!) using colours and art therapy, Janhavi enables you to identify the I don’t knows of your life and helps open up a vast world for you.

Join that dot also runs a segment called ‘People and stories’. Tales of the ones who refused to give in when the winter was the harshest. (Your girl features in there too! Check the links below!)

Applauding like no one is watching for Janhavi and Join that dot! Don’t miss out on their workshops.

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#Repost @jointhatdot with @make_repost ・・・ Part 1 . Bullying is more common than people think. I was bullied throughout my school life for something as normal as facial and body hair. It started in class 6, when I was just about hitting puberty and didn’t stop for a very long time. The worst part was, I was in an all girls school. It was my kind who was pulling me down. They made songs on me, called me names, I couldn’t even be up on stage and dance because I was so conscious. Things kept getting worse, I distanced myself from the world. Being an introvert, it was never really easy for me to talk and express what I am feeling anyway. Then came a time when I stopped dancing. Being up on the stage became a horror because I was a Kathak dancer and some dresses revealed my body hair. It had become my identity and I could not bear to be up there with my body anymore. Growing up in a modest family didn’t help. My body image issues coupled with some childhood traumas only made it worse. This really shaped up my personality in the growing stage and a series of failures where I switched from CA to advertising. And then Bombay happened. When I came to Bombay for the first time, things really hit hard. I was pretty alone. It's really important to address this now. Things were happening at the workplace and kept falling deeper and deeper. That was my rock bottom. I’ve never felt more distraught. But then something grew too. I realised, I can not let this drive my life and decided to visit a doctor. That’s where my life started piecing back. I was desperately looking for someone to help me but to no avail. But as J.K. Rowling says, if you don’t find the book you are looking for on a bookshelf, you go and write it. . #jointhatdot #peopleandstories #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #mentalhealthquotes #mentalhealthmatters #bodyshaming #fightingitall #bullying #bullyingawareness #bullyingintervention

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