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Harmeet's poetry - helping others to overcome their anxieties

​A 36-year-old mum who turned personal experiences of anxiety and heartbreak into powerful and inspiring poetry has just published her second book.

Harmeet successfully struggled against post natal depression after the birth of her daughter - but losing the twins she was expecting through a miscarriage in 2015 had a devastating affect on her mental health.

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Breakfast Show: Guest - Harmeet Kaur Bharya

BBC presenter Minreet Kaur interviews Harmeet Kaur Bharya, author of Poetic Secrets on how her darkest moments led to her greatest achievements. They discuss topical issues such as mental health and infertility which affecting a rising number of the population.

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BBC Three Counties Radio Poetry Interview with poetess Harmeet Kaur Bharya

Yasmeen Khan interviews author of Poetic Secrets on BBC Three Counties Radio. The discussion includes topics such as mental health and fertility.

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BBC Asian Network Radio Interview with Harmeet Kaur Bharya

Nihal Arthanayake interviews Harmeet Kaur Bharya, author of Poetic Secrets: A British Brown Beauty's Perspective. They discuss taboo themes such as Mental Health and Infertility based on real life experiences.

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Slough poet fights mental health stigma in debut book

A poet from Slough whose work covers depression, anxiety and cultural stigmas towards mental health has had her first book published.

Harmeet Kaur Bharya from Hillersdon, Wexham, has been writing poetry since she was 16. In her first book of poems – Poetic Secrets: A British Brown Beauty’s Perspective – which hit the shelves on Saturday, July 28, Harmeet covers her struggles with anxiety, post-natal depression, the loss of her father and other hardships. 

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Author pens poetry anthology based on her life

AN AUTHOR has completed her first book, a collection of poetry based on her own experiences – which confront issues such as depression, infertility, cultural taboos, and racism.

Harmeet Kaur Bharya, 31, of Hillersdon, Wexham, told the Observer how writing had been of great comfort to her in the difficult times of her life.

Mrs Bharya said: "I have experienced anxiety and depression, and through my writing I try to express how that feels, physically as well as mentally. The second part of my book is about fertility. 

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