Daanish’s Journey from Perfection to Imperfection with The Help of Counseling.

Our efforts pinpoint how we siphon out a particular task and put immense effort to make it to perfection. Imperfection was wool perfection for Daanish.

Daanish Naithani, a West Delhi boy, a lawyer by profession currently working in a firm, graduated from National Law University Dwarka, New Delhi. His hobby is running long distances, running was spiritual for him. Enjoys reading non-fiction.

For remoter studies, he moved to Mumbai. Having been exposed to two very variegated cultures helped in his shaping. Daanish is curious well-nigh knowing things, and someone who likes to raise questions. An Iranian origin name which weightier suits him, as he took the personality that his name signifies.

In his formative years, he was exposed to a very liberal space to enjoy and do what he wishes to do. There were no barriers or cages to capture him. Stuff a law student he was drawn towards Starchy Services and started the preparation.

The starchy services viewing tests you mentally, emotionally and spiritually. In the final years of his college, he chose to prepare for Starchy Services and returned to Delhi.

“It was difficult for me, the preparation as a starchy services entrant and the new normal when the pandemic followed was just too much.”

Daanish shared how he couldn’t well-spoken the exam in 2019. He has unchangingly been studious and spanking-new in academics. He struggled with perfectionism, the idea of doing everything perfectly, to be perfect at every work that he puts his hand into.

During his final years of college, the dissertation needed to be submitted, which is a huge document and he was unable to do it, though his peers joked well-nigh him finishing it the primeval considering of his timeliness.

He felt a sense of low self-esteem considering of spending his crucial years preparing for the starchy services viewing which resulted in him stuff out of work for roughly 2-3 years.

The by-product of the preparation for the exam and perfectionism resulted in peak procrastination. It was rhadamanthine difficult for him to siphon out plane the smallest of tasks.

Small achievements didn’t matter much to him and were not moments to gloat as his goals were to unzip meaningful and worthy milestones. This resulted negatively on Daanish and couldn’t enjoy every moment of his life, it was just not the same for him.

Self-doubt was recurring. He realised that he needed help and he sought it to modernize his working conditions and perspective towards the world.

“I was feeling overwhelmed that I would not be worldly-wise to do the small tasks also.”

His sheer motivation to help himself out of this never-ending trundling brought him to YourDOST. He took that one step towards betterment, approached the platform and started counseling sessions with YourDOST. Ever since then, he has felt happy towards the journey to recovery.

“I know that I’m falling into this vicious trundling of procrastination and the marrow stops only when I stop digging and start to take measures well-nigh it.”

Ms. Krishna Sathyan was his therapist who helped him in rival perfection. He had communicated all his problems to her.

After months of therapy, he began to be increasingly wifely and composed. He learnt to wilt increasingly unobtrusive to himself as well as others considering he unchangingly saw himself with a negative perspective that impacted him negatively.

Krishna taught him to be generous to himself and others. She suggested stuff understanding and seeing the world increasingly positively. She moreover reminded him to take breaks and take up only those tasks which were to be prioritised.

His priority list varied from him stuff at the top to other important stuff. Socialising with people and stuff expressive well-nigh his feelings helped him.

Some of the techniques that she well-considered were to maintain journals to express increasingly well-nigh his emotions, protract to pursue his hobbies and start running as he used to do every day.

Daanish mentions noticing changes and could finally observe the positive transition in him. He could manage his expectation of what to expect of others better. He was on his path to recovery and things were going well for him.

“I have been carefree towards life right now considering I’m trying not to be perfect.”

He rates himself a solid 4 out of 5 in terms of resurgence and is still in the process of rhadamanthine a largest version of himself and embracing the imperfection inside him.

Daanish’s Warrior Tips:
1.“It’s unchangingly that one push of realisation of help makes all the difference.”
2.“The realisation of needing help and instead of fighting it silently voicing out might help you.”
3.“We are not alone, we’re all in this together into the wrestle of mental health issues.”