Breadcrumbing in Relationships: What It Is, Signs & How to Deal

Have you ever found yourself constantly checking your phone, yearning for a text message that never seems to come? Or perhaps you’re familiar with the agony of waiting for a reply, only to be followed by a nonchalant “Hey, how are you?” days or even weeks later. 

The tendency is you might have encountered breadcrumbing.

Breadcrumbing is a dating term referring to leading someone on by sending out flirtatious but non-committal social signals—like breadcrumbs for them to follow, only to lead to… nowhere

But could breadcrumbing be more than just a cruel dating trend? Could it, perhaps, be an unconscious reflection of our fear of commitment or our struggle to balance independence and intimacy?

What is Breadcrumbing?

Breadcrumbing refers to a manipulative behavior in which a person leads someone on by giving them just enough attention and affirmation to keep them interested, yet not enough to make a commitment or establish a deeper connection. 

The term “breadcrumbing” comes from the idea of leaving a trail of breadcrumbs for someone to follow, much like in the fairy tale Hansel and Gretel. It symbolizes the way breadcrumbing individuals lead you along without ever genuinely committing to anything.

In the context of relationships, breadcrumbing is like stringing someone along with tiny morsels of hope and affection rather than offering substantive emotional engagement. This behavior is characterized by its emotionally ambiguous nature.

Key Distinction: A key factor that distinguishes breadcrumbing from casual dating is the intent behind it. In casual dating, both parties understand the non-committal nature of the relationship. In breadcrumbing, on the other hand, there’s a misleading element. One person is led to believe that a relationship could develop when the other has no intention of allowing it to progress.

Breadcrumbing can occur in:

  • Romantic relationships
  • Platonic relationships
  • Professional environments

Why Do People Engage in Breadcrumbing?

People engage in breadcrumbing for several psychological reasons. Most commonly, it boils down to a need for control, validation, or avoidance of commitment:

  • Control: Breadcrumbing allows the breadcrumber to control the pace and direction of the relationship, dictating when and how they interact.
  • Fear of commitment: Breadcrumbing also serves as a safety net for those who fear commitment. They can maintain a connection without making any significant emotional investment.
  • Validation: Some individuals use breadcrumbing as a tool to seek validation. Every time the breadcrumbed responds, it boosts the breadcrumber’s ego and sense of self-worth.

Related: How to Stop Seeking Validation From Others (60+ Expert Ways)

Understanding these reasons can equip you with the tools necessary to identify breadcrumbing behavior and navigate it effectively.

In the digital age, breadcrumbing has taken on new forms and platforms where people can easily lead others on without the commitment of face-to-face interactions. 

In a breadcrumbing scenario online, the breadcrumber may:

  • Occasional messages or texts, just enough to keep you interested.
  • Inconsistent communication, leaving you confused.
  • Liking or commenting on your social media posts at irregular intervals.

Despite these apparent signs of interest, the breadcrumber remains non-committal and fails to invest in a deeper emotional connection.

The digital age has made it easier for people to engage in breadcrumbing as they can communicate with multiple individuals simultaneously without much effort. This may lead to a cycle of false promises, dependencies, and emotional turmoil for the person being breadcrumbed.

A gradual process, often over a prolonged period.An abrupt cut-off, often sudden and unexpected.
Involves a trickle of communication and attention.Involves total withdrawal from all communication.
Creates a false sense of hope through inconsistent and non-committal behaviors.Leaves the other party in confusion and surprise due to lack of closure.
Communication is sparse but present, typically leading the person on.No communication at all post the ‘ghosting’ incident.
Often leads to prolonged emotional distress due to the lack of clarity.Leads to immediate emotional distress due to the suddenness of the action.
Typical signs include non-committal behavior, sporadic messages, and lack of progress in the relationship.The main sign is the sudden and unexplained absence of the person from all forms of communication.
Remember: Neither breadcrumbing nor ghosting are healthy behaviors in a relationship. Both lack clear and honest communication, which is a key pillar of any successful relationship. 

Romantic Relationships

In the context of romantic relationships, breadcrumbing often takes on a flirtatious guise.

Here are the signs:

  • Inconsistent communication: They will reach out, but there’s no pattern or predictability.
  • Empty promises: They’re all talk and no action, often making plans they don’t follow through on.
  • Keeping you on the “hook”: They keep in touch just enough to keep you interested, but they’re not fully invested.
Example: Imagine you're dating Alex, who often texts you promising grand weekend plans. However, come the weekend, he's nowhere to be found. That's breadcrumbing.

Breadcrumbing can be quite detrimental in romantic relationships, creating a toxic dynamic based on false hope. If you notice these signs, consider discussing your concerns directly. If the person continues the behavior, it may be healthier to step away. 

As the renowned author Maya Angelou once said, 

“When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.”


Breadcrumbing can also occur in friendships. You might have a friend who only reaches out when they need something or who keeps you on standby as a “backup” friend when their first-choice friends are busy.

Some signs of breadcrumbing in friendships are:

  • Irregular contact: They communicate sporadically, often after long periods of silence.
  • One-sided relationship: They’re not interested in your life but expect you to be invested in theirs.
  • Using you for their needs: They reach out when they need something but aren’t available when you need support.
Remember: A healthy friendship is based on mutual respect and consistent communication. If a friend is breadcrumbing you, try to communicate your feelings. If the situation doesn't improve, it might be better to distance yourself from this friendship.

Related: 20+ Signs You Should End a Friendship (Know When to Quit!)

Professional Relationships

In a professional context, breadcrumbing may manifest in the form of a manager who always promises a promotion or raises but never follows through or a colleague who commits to helping you with a project but always falls short. 

Some indications of professional breadcrumbing:

  • Lack of follow-through: They make promises for career advancement opportunities or collaborations but don’t follow through.
  • Lack of support: A colleague frequently assures you of their assistance but invariably lets you down when you need them.
  • Irregular feedback: Feedback is not consistent or clear, creating uncertainty about your performance.

Dealing with breadcrumbing at work can be tricky. One strategy is to document your accomplishments and seek concrete feedback on your performance. If you feel comfortable, directly discuss the issue with the person involved.

Psychological Aspects of Breadcrumbing

Emotional Impact on the Breadcrumbed

The person on the receiving end of breadcrumbing can experience a range of emotions and psychological effects. The inconsistent nature of breadcrumbing can lead to feelings of confusion and self-doubt, as you may question whether the person is genuinely interested in you or not. They could also bring him or her onto an emotional rollercoaster, with highs and lows as the breadcrumbs are given and then withdrawn.

When the affection is repeatedly dropped and picked up again, it can be particularly harmful to one’s mental well-being. Here are some common emotional impacts:

  • Feeling led on or used
  • Lower self-esteem
  • Emotional exhaustion

Psychotherapist Esther Perel once stated, 

“The quality of our relationships determines the quality of our lives.” 

In the context of breadcrumbing, this relationship quality is compromised, leading to emotional turmoil.

Loneliness and Vulnerability

Ironically, breadcrumbing often breeds loneliness, despite the intermittent attention. The surface-level communication leaves the breadcrumbed feeling emotionally unsatisfied and isolated.

Moreover, breadcrumbing plays on the vulnerabilities of the breadcrumbed. For instance, if a person fears being alone or craves validation, breadcrumbing can seem like an enticing option. They’re drawn into the hope of a potential relationship that may never materialize, only deepening their feelings of loneliness and vulnerability.

Signs You May Be Experiencing Breadcrumbing

Inconsistent Communication

The first red flag waving high is inconsistent communication. It’s normal for communication levels to ebb and flow in any relationship, but when it comes to breadcrumbing, these patterns are more extreme and unpredictable.

Consider these cues:

  • Random texts at odd hours: The breadcrumber will often send you messages sporadically—a “hey” in the morning, a meme late at night, perhaps even a flirtatious message out of the blue. But there’s no follow-through, and often the conversations are superficial.
  • Unreliable response time: You might notice that their responses to your messages are erratic. Sometimes, they’ll reply instantly; other times, you’ll wait for days.
  • Silence before big moments: Just when you anticipate a significant step forward, there’s radio silence. If they disappear right before a date or a serious conversation, it’s a classic breadcrumbing move.
Tip: Keep an eye out for the frequency and content of communication. If someone is truly interested in you, they will communicate consistently and show genuine interest in your life.

Lack of Commitment

Another sign of breadcrumbing is an apparent lack of commitment. The person may continually dodge plans or make excuses when you try to plan something concrete. They may express interest in seeing you but never really follow through. 

Be mindful of these signs:

  • Avoiding future plans: They’re all about the present moment and shirk any talk of the future. Discussions about holidays, meeting friends, or simply planning a date a couple of weeks in advance are conveniently sidestepped.
  • Reluctance to define the relationship: When you bring up the subject of defining your relationship status, they either change the topic or give vague, non-committal answers.
  • Inconsistent behavior: They may exhibit ‘relationship-like’ behavior, like intimacy and affection, without ever committing to a real relationship. This inconsistency can create confusion and insecurity.

Always Keeping You on the Backburner

The term “backburner” in the context of relationships essentially implies being kept as a second option or a fallback. Much like a back burner on a stove that’s used to keep food warm while the main dish is being prepared on the front burner. You are there, simmering in their life, but you’re not their main focus or priority.

Someone who engages in breadcrumbing often maintains multiple “backburner” relationships, giving just enough attention to keep the other person interested, but never fully committing or progressing the relationship.

Sometimes this behavior might be subtle, like choosing to spend time with other friends above you or canceling plans at the last minute. It can be both hurtful and frustrating to feel like you’re never their priority.

“In relationships, the little things are the big things.” 

– Dr. Stephen Covey

Sudden Increase in Interaction When You Pull Away

Another red flag of breadcrumbing is the sudden increase in interaction whenever you try to distance yourself. Just when you start feeling disconnected, they come rushing back with full force, showering you with attention and affection. It’s almost as if they have an inbuilt radar that senses when you’re drifting away.

This surge in their behavior can be extremely confusing. You might start to question whether you’ve misread their earlier indifference. 

Remember: A breadcrumber's goal is to keep you hanging on. They don't want you to leave, but they also don't want to fully commit, creating a cycle of false hope and disappointment.

Empty Flattery

The sweet whispers of flattery can certainly be appealing. Everyone enjoys a nice compliment, but when these compliments lack substance and consistency, it could be a sign of breadcrumbing.

Let’s take a closer look:

Have you ever received an affectionate “You’re so amazing” text in the middle of the day without any concrete reasons backing it? Or perhaps, you’re on the receiving end of praise that feels oddly detached from your actual interactions? 

That’s empty flattery—the sort that might indicate breadcrumbing.

Ask yourself this: 

  • Do the compliments paint a picture of the unique person that you are?
  • Could they easily be copy-pasted into any other conversation without making a difference? 

Genuine interest is personalized, engaging, and context-specific. If the flattery you receive doesn’t tick these boxes, it could be breadcrumb crumbs you’re dealing with.

Avoiding Deep Conversations

Deep conversations are the foundation of any healthy relationship. They allow us to feel seen, heard and understood. If you find your interactions stuck in the shallows—limited to discussing the weather, favorite movies, or trending news— you might be dealing with a breadcrumber.

Imagine: You’ve been seeing someone for a few months, and you attempt to discuss the direction of the relationship. Instead of engaging in the conversation, they laugh it off or bring up a completely unrelated topic. This evasion could very well be a sign of breadcrumbing.

Breadcrumbers often hide behind the shield of “keeping things light.” While it’s essential to maintain a balance of light-hearted banter and profound discussions in a relationship, a significant absence of the latter could signify a deeper issue.

Isolation from their Circle

One of the signs you’re being breadcrumbed is a stark absence of introductions to their circle. If they’re keeping you isolated and away from their friends and family, it may not be because they’re “not ready”—it might be breadcrumbing.

It’s a classic move. They’re there for you, but only to a certain extent—you’re part of their life, but the other aspects of their life remain cloaked.

Remember: In a healthy relationship, your partner will want to integrate you into their life fully, introducing you to their friends, family, and loved ones.

The Impact of Breadcrumbing on Self-Esteem and Mental Health

Feelings of Confusion and Frustration

Breadcrumbing in relationships is a disheartening experience that feeds off the victim’s hope. It can create:

  • An ambiguous situation resulting in intense feelings of confusion and frustration.
  • A constant state of anticipation, with the victim waiting for meaningful communication or commitment that never truly materializes.

As a result, victims find themselves on a psychological roller coaster ride. They’re in a grey area—neither completely in nor out of the relationship, caught in a frustratingly complex puzzle. This perpetual state of uncertainty can lead to stress, anxiety, and other mental health issues.

Effect on Self-Worth and Confidence

Another severe repercussion of breadcrumbing is the detrimental impact it can have on an individual’s self-worth and confidence.

  • Initial elation: The intermittent attention received from the breadcrumber might initially give a boost of self-esteem.
  • Reality check: Over time, the continued ambiguity and emotional neglect lead to doubts about one’s worthiness.

A common fallout of breadcrumbing is self-blame. Victims often internalize the situation and start questioning their self-worth. 

“Is there something wrong with me?” and “Am I not good enough?” are queries that tend to dominate the mind space of individuals subjected to breadcrumbing.

Some ways to boost self-worth:

  • Engage in meaningful activities that make you feel confident and capable.
  • Surround yourself with supportive and uplifting people.
  • Practice positive affirmations and self-compassion.

Emotional Burnout

The emotional toll of being in a relationship where you are consistently breadcrumbed can eventually lead to emotional burnout. The ups and downs, the constant uncertainty, and the ongoing emotional turmoil can become too much to handle, causing exhaustion and numbness toward romantic relationships.

Tip: If you're feeling emotionally burnt out due to breadcrumbing, try setting boundaries. Only engage with people who respect your time and emotional investment.

The effects of breadcrumbing can ripple into other areas of life, including work performance, relationships with friends and family, and overall well-being. It’s essential to be aware of the potential mental health implications and take steps to protect yourself.

How to Deal with Breadcrumbing

Identifying and Acknowledging the Situation

This is often easier said than done, as breadcrumbing can be subtle and confusing. It’s common to have mixed feelings about the person breadcrumbing you, as their intermittent positive signals might keep your hopes alive.

Acknowledging that you’re being breadcrumbed can feel disheartening. But it’s the first crucial step towards regaining your power and control. Recognizing the breadcrumbs for what they truly are can pave the way for open dialogue, assertiveness, and an opportunity to set clear expectations in your relationships.

Understand That It’s Not Your Fault

As the victim of breadcrumbing, you may be tempted to blame yourself. Perhaps you think you’re not attractive enough, not interesting enough, or somehow undeserving of consistent attention and affection. 

It’s time to debunk this misconception. Breadcrumbing is not a reflection of your worth but rather the breadcrumbing individual’s inability to commit or communicate effectively.

Creating Emotional Boundaries

Having clear boundaries is not about being cold or unfeeling; rather, it’s about protecting your emotional health. By being clear about your expectations and limits, you can avoid being caught in the cycle of breadcrumbing. 

Here are some ways to create emotional boundaries:

  • Saying “no” when you feel uncomfortable. 
  • Define what you want and need in a relationship.
  • Know your limits and communicate them clearly.
  • Don’t invest too much time and energy into someone who isn’t willing to do the same for you.

“Daring to set boundaries is about having the courage to love ourselves even when we risk disappointing others.” 

Brené Brown

Seeking Support from Friends and Family

Breadcrumbing can sometimes make you question your self-worth and perception. During such times, it’s essential to remember that you are not alone. 

No matter how strong we are, everyone needs a sounding board to process experiences and emotions. Friends and family can provide perspective and validation when you’re dealing with the confusing aspects of breadcrumbing.

Here are some ways to seek support:

  • Reach out to trusted friends or family members.
  • Join support groups or online forums related to relationships.

In more severe situations, a mental health professional can provide therapeutic tools to manage your emotional health. Remember, seeking help is not a sign of weakness but rather an act of self-love and resilience.

Focus on Self-Care

Self-care refers to the practice of taking an active role in protecting one’s own well-being and happiness, particularly during periods of stress. It involves activities and practices that are undertaken deliberately in order to maintain and enhance physical, mental, and emotional health.

Here are a few key elements that self-care might include:

  • Physical self-care: Regular exercise, eating nutritious food, getting adequate sleep, and attending regular medical check-ups.
  • Emotional self-care: Engaging in activities that make you happy, managing stress through relaxation techniques, or seeking counseling or therapy when needed.
  • Social self-care: Spending time with loved ones, joining clubs or groups, or reaching out for help when you need it.
  • Mental self-care: This involves activities that keep your mind sharp, like puzzles, reading, writing, or other hobbies that challenge and engage your intellect.
  • Spiritual self-care: This area can involve religious practices, meditation, yoga, spending time in nature, or any other activities that help you feel connected to something larger than yourself.
  • Personal self-care: It can include setting healthy boundaries, practicing self-compassion, or taking time for relaxation and pampering.

Taking time to focus on yourself also helps reaffirm your self-worth, reminding you that you deserve respect and consistent care from others. Breadcrumbing can often make individuals feel undervalued, but engaging in self-care is a powerful way to counteract this.

Take a Break from Dating

Sometimes the best thing to do is to step back and take a break from dating. This doesn’t mean you’re giving up on love; rather, it’s about taking the time to heal and understand your own needs. It allows you to step out of the emotional whirlwind and take a breath.

During your break, consider these activities:

  • Take up a new hobby or reconnect with an old one: This can provide a new focus and help boost your self-esteem.
  • Spend quality time with friends and family: Surrounding yourself with loved ones can help remind you of your value and worth.
  • Focus on self-improvement and personal growth: Use this time to set and achieve personal goals independent of a relationship.

Reflect on What You Want

It’s important to evaluate what you truly desire in a relationship. Ask yourself essential questions to clarify what you expect from a partner:

  • Are you seeking a committed relationship or something casual?
  • What are your non-negotiables in a relationship?
  • Does the current relationship make you happy, or does it lead to constant anxiety?

Reflection allows you to understand your needs better. If you find yourself constantly waiting for messages or attention from someone, it might be a clear sign that you’re not their priority but rather an option they turn to when it suits them.

Cut-Off Contact

The most effective strategy to combat breadcrumbing is to cut off contact. This doesn’t mean that you have to be rude or hostile; rather, choose to maintain distance and disengage politely.

Here are some tips for effective disengagement:

  • Communicate your decision: Let the person know why you are choosing to end contact. You don’t have to be confrontational; express your feelings calmly and clearly.
  • Block their communication channels: Avoid the temptation to respond by blocking the breadcrumber’s phone number, email, and social media accounts.
  • Stay busy: Keep yourself occupied with hobbies, friends, and other interests to minimize the time you spend thinking about the breadcrumber.

Cutting off contact can seem daunting initially, but it’s an act of self-care and self-respect. It communicates that you won’t accept less than what you deserve.

Consider Professional Help

If you’re frequently encountering breadcrumbing in your relationships, it might be worthwhile to consider professional help. Psychologists and therapists are trained to deal with such situations and can provide insight into your patterns and what might be attracting you to people who breadcrumb.

Professional help isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution, but it’s definitely worth considering if you’re caught in the breadcrumbing cycle.

Here’s how it can benefit you:

  • Provide you with a safe space to express your feelings and fears.
  • Help you understand your relationship patterns and why you might be attracted to people who breadcrumb.
  • Equip you with strategies to avoid future breadcrumbing.

Remember, seeking help is not a sign of weakness but an act of strength and self-love.

How to Confront a Breadcrumber

Direct Communication

Open, honest, and direct communication is key when dealing with a suspected breadcrumber. Remember, assumptions can sometimes lead to misunderstanding, so always seek clarity before jumping to conclusions.

  • Be honest with your feelings and concerns.
  • Remain calm and respectful in your conversation.
  • Use “I” statements to avoid sounding accusatory.

Instead of saying, “You’re breadcrumbing me,” say something like, “I feel like I’m not a priority to you. Our interactions seem inconsistent, and it’s confusing for me.” This approach is less accusatory and more focused on your feelings, making the conversation less adversarial.

Stating Your Expectations Clearly

To confront a breadcrumber effectively, it is essential to clearly articulate your expectations for the relationship. By laying out your needs and desires, you provide them with an opportunity to understand your perspective and offer validation.

It’s equally important to state your expectations clearly when confronting a suspected breadcrumber. If you desire a serious relationship, let this be known. 

For instance, you could say, “I’m looking for a committed relationship and consistent communication. If you’re not interested in the same, it’s best we part ways.”

Being explicit about your relationship needs allows the other person to understand where you stand. It also opens up the floor for them to share their intentions, too. 

Remember, it’s essential to stay true to what you want and need in a relationship. Bending your expectations to fit into another person’s will only cause you more distress in the long run.

Dealing with Defensive Responses

Confronting someone about breadcrumbing may elicit defensive responses. It’s critical to maintain your composure and remain open to hearing their side of the story. Keep the focus on your feelings and the impact of their behavior on the relationship.

Here are a few strategies to handle defensive responses:

  • Stay calm: Remember that their defensiveness is more about them and their inability to accept responsibility than it is about you.
  • Don’t let their response deter you: From expressing your feelings or invalidate your experiences.
  • Consider walking away: If the breadcrumber doesn’t respect your feelings or meet your relationship needs, it might be time to consider walking away.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I differentiate breadcrumbing from genuine interest?

Consistency of communication: Genuine interest usually involves regular, consistent communication, whereas breadcrumbing often entails sporadic and irregular messages.

Depth of conversations: If the conversations lack depth and seem to revolve around casual, surface-level topics, it could be a sign of breadcrumbing.

Inclination to meet: Those genuinely interested in you will make an effort to meet or establish more substantial forms of contact, while a ‘breadcrumber’ might avoid real-life interaction.

Commitment to plans: If plans are often canceled last minute or postponed without a solid reason, it could be breadcrumbing.

Pattern of communication: Pay attention to the pattern of communication. If there’s a noticeable cycle of increased attention followed by radio silence, it’s a possible sign of breadcrumbing.

How can I protect myself from breadcrumbing?

Trust your gut: If something doesn’t feel right, listen to your instincts. If someone is genuinely interested in you, their actions should be clear and consistent.

Be upfront about your expectations: Communicate your desires for a relationship and gauge their response to see if they align.

Value your time: Don’t allow someone to waste your time with non-committal behavior. If you feel like you’re being strung along, it’s okay to distance yourself.

Assertive communication: If you feel like you’re being breadcrumbed, bring up your concerns in a clear, non-confrontational manner. If they dismiss your concerns or don’t change their behavior, it might be a sign to move on.

Don’t hesitate to walk away: If you recognize the signs of breadcrumbing, remember that you owe it to yourself to find someone who respects and appreciates you.

Is breadcrumbing a new phenomenon?

While the term “breadcrumbing” might be a relatively recent addition to the dating lexicon, the behavior it describes is not new. Throughout history, there have always been individuals who lead others on without the intention of committing. 

The advent of digital communication and online dating has just made it easier for individuals to engage in such behavior, thereby bringing more attention to the concept.

Will breadcrumber ever change?

Whether a breadcrumber will change or not is dependent on individual circumstances and the person’s willingness to change. Some may not be aware that their behavior is hurtful, while others may knowingly engage in breadcrumbing due to fear of commitment, attention-seeking behavior, or other personal issues. 

If a person is receptive to feedback and willing to engage in self-improvement, there’s a possibility for change. However, it’s crucial to remember that you cannot force or inspire change in someone who doesn’t recognize the need for it.

Expecting change from a breadcrumber should not justify tolerating their behavior.

Is breadcrumbing a form of abuse?

Breadcrumbing can certainly be considered a form of emotional manipulation, which is a type of emotional abuse. It involves toying with someone’s feelings and creating a false sense of hope or interest without the intention to commit. 

It can lead to confusion, low self-esteem, and emotional stress for the person on the receiving end. Thus, while it may not always be classified as severe abuse, it’s a harmful practice that disrespects the person’s feelings and time.


Breadcrumbing is a manipulative and unhealthy behavior causing emotional distress. Its primary indicators include:

  1. Inconsistency in communication
  2. Superficial communication patterns

Key points to remember:

  • Breadcrumbing can manifest as a pattern of disappearance followed by sudden attention showering. 
  • Always trust your instincts and confront the individual if you suspect you’re being breadcrumbed.
  • It’s crucial to focus on your emotional and mental well-being to avoid falling into the trap of toxic relationships. 

In a nutshell, understanding and combating breadcrumbing are crucial steps toward nurturing healthier, more fulfilling relationships. By focusing on self-care, honesty, respect, and communication, you can create positive dynamics in your relationships. 

You possess the power to shift the course of your relationships towards health and happiness, offering a hopeful perspective for the future.

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Clariza is a passionate writer and editor who firmly believes that words have great power. She has a degree in BS Psychology, which gives her an in-depth understanding of the complexities of human behavior. As a woman of science and art, she fused her love for both fields in crafting insightful articles on lifestyle, mental health, and social justice to inspire others and advocate for change.

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