I had no clue what I wanted to do in life.
When I was in A’levels I didn’t know what I wanted to study. In most of the Pakistan’ schools we don’t even have career counselors who can help us. So I ended up studying risk management, which is completely different from what I’m doing right now and becoming very depressed. This happens to a lot of students. A lot of students take pressure during admission tests or just study something just because their friend is studying.
In this episode we have Rabab Saleem, who is a young employee and she has faced something similar. She went through a nervous breakdown during the university admission process. Let’s hear how it all got better and worked out for and what is the importance of career paths for happiness.
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Join Jabeen Qadri and incredible guests as we strike conversation for mental well-being in the society, share journeys of recovery and hope and talk about what we can do as individuals to contribute to the mental health of the nation. They are the ‘Everyday Warriors’.
The Wishing Well is a new startup working on the mental well-being of youth in Pakistan and beyond. It is the brain-child of two girls Jabeen and Aisha, living with bipolar disorder and now helping others.