We have the right to change our minds, take a pause, or leave an uncomfortable situation. It’s pointless to blame ourselves for any of those things, just as it’s pointless to feel awful about feeling bad. It sometimes feels as if society expects you to be happy all the time, and that expressing grief is a sign of weakness.
Shainuja Inbanathan, who is a passionate young leader interested in and strives for the better social change in the community through her efforts, initiatives and thought-provoking ideas, joined IYAP in 2021 as a Training Facilitator for the project SYA, looking for a path to achieve her social and personal aspirations. Has she achieved them? Does she feel empowered with her progress through SYA? Let’s hear from her!
” When you are young, they assume you know nothing.” This was a section of lyrics of the famous song by Taylor Swift, a song named “Cardigan.” This is how the existing society concerns the young generation. Is it good enough to underestimate the power of the young generation?
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