Moon Knight is not the first show that features characters with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID). However, it is the first time that Marvel has explicitly done such a show and received so much positive feedback for the outstanding execution.
Was Moon Knight actually worth the hype, and was DID really presented in an accessible manner?
Imposter syndrome is unsurprisingly rife in a hypercompetitive society such as ours. How do we address it in our personal lives?
For years, I struggled to figure out what was wrong. It was just not in my nature to confidently volunteer my thoughts in front of a crowd, or cheerfully banter with groups of people I was unfamiliar with.
Why are extroverts more preferred, and how can introverts find their place in a world that largely favours those who talk more?
Who are you beyond your job? What does it mean to die a fulfilling death? Why have you decided to click on this post? Local mental health and arts advocacy group, ThisConnect.today is asking all the hard questions in their latest exhibition ‘What Am I, If I Am Not?’. The highly experiential exhibition boasts a record-breaking 572 masks from their Masks of Singapore project, as well as other tactile and thought-provoking pieces. Ignite speaks to ThisConnect’s founder, Ming Kwang, to find out more.
Singapore, the food paradise that is home to the world-renowned hawker culture. Yet, the sunny island festers with eating disorders that are often misunderstood and wrongly stereotyped — hindering the proper diagnosis and successful recovery of many.
Seven Centimetres From Myself, a short film by the producer of beloved local sitcom Phua Chu Kang, will be one of just 25 films to be screened at the Go Mental! International Short Film Festival 2021, a Berlin-based film festival primarily focused on mental health.