Welcome to “The Worth Of Our Opinion” podcast. We are Indian Post-grads in Psychology. We share our experiences and conflicts - of the world, the other, and the self. We post episodes on the 10th, 20th and 30th of every month.
Hello everyone! Today’s episode is extremely personal to the both of us, as we ask each other questions- and dig a little deeper to talk a little about our lives and quite literally answer “who we are”. We had so much fun recording this episode as it was open-ended and raw. Although this episode doesn’t fully encompass everything about us, this is the first of many to come. Hope you all tune in! Much Love.
Hello everyone! In this episode, we navigate around the ever-evolving process of dealing with insecurities, and more specifically- those pertaining to our bodies.
Where do our insecurities come from? What do we do about them? How do I take my time when I’m expected to accept myself before I’m ready?
Join us and share with us your thoughts!
Hi guys! Today, we released our second book review on Dr Kamal Kumar Mahawar’s “Fight with Fat”. In this episode, Kalpana takes us through his book which provides an Indian perspective on the global obesity epidemic and several key takeaways from the book.
Hi, everyone! We’re back again with another episode. Today we’re going to be talking about movies that depict mental health issues and its spectrum of accuracy. Tune in on Spotify and Apple podcasts to hear what we have to offer.
SpOokie Month is FINALLY here! What better way to start October other than with a T.W.O.O episode! Tune in today as we talk about ghosts, it’s psychological perspectives and Kalpana’s frightening (and quite frankly - embarrassing) experiences. Happy Halloween month, ya’ll!
Being aware, paying attention and truly listening - is key to fruitful communication.
Releasing today - is the first episode on our monthly series! Tune in to Spotify or Apple Podcasts as Yashna takes us through “How To Read A Person Like A Book” by Gerald I Nierenberg and Henry H Calero.
There is a high possibility that we all have been in friendships with people who are “not-so-great”. Join us as Yashna talks about few among many types of such friendships, as well as how we choose to respond to them.
Productivity has sadly become an overly popular concept (in our time today) wherein “output” outshines the “process”. Join us as we share our story and what worked for us. Tune in for our first episode.