Shilpika Verma

Survivor | IIM Indore 

“Each time we face our fear, we gain strength, courage, and confidence in the doing” ~ Theodore Roosevelt

This statement is something that has helped Shiplika to keep going, no matter what the situation is. She described her biggest fear was her anxiety because of some incidents in her past that changed her completely. She was no longer a happy-go- lucky girl; there was a time when she didn’t come out of her room for five straight days and didn’t feel like talking/seeing anyone. Her self-confidence was shattered. The worst thing was that she could not describe that feeling to anyone. Her overthinking and anxiety went to a level that felt like there was no coming back. Luckily, She had a great support system, and She took help from a psychologist when things got worse, and According to her, she made the right choice. The sessions helped her regain her confidence and challenge her potential.

What she says:

“We never know what the person sitting next to us is going through, and when we find someone saying something rude or mean to them, we must not hold back; instead, we should raise our voice and get rid of toxic people as they can only make your life worse!

It takes efforts, persistence, and, most importantly, self-confidence to achieve whatever you wish to, and the result is worth it. However, unattainable, it seemed then, her dream to pursue MBA finally did come true! And today, She can proudly say that she has successfully battled that phase of her life, and She is back with her confidence!”

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