True stories by Indian women who write about the special relationships in their lives, relationship problems and highs, and share the lessons that they have learnt.
Few years later on the day I was turning thirty, my mother-in law who was more mother to me than my own, asked me when I would be throwing away my set of birth control pills.
It is natural and expected to be feeling lost after a divorce, but you can work with yourself to get back a vision for a happier future.
"...there is nothing wrong with you. Nothing! Except your sheer unwillingness to spend time with me or - cook a half-decent meal - on the pretext of having a headache!"
As a woman, you take the beating, crying softly in a corner, as a man you will resort to using your hands to express yourself.
A woman's earning is belittled in our society, often considered mere 'pocket money'. This enables society to pull down a woman's ambitions.
We all need someone whom we can talk to without holding back. What if it isn't your spouse or a girl friend, but a best friend of the opposite sex?