Honour the incredible women who have shaped your life – share their stories this Mother’s Day! Let’s pass on the #legacyofstrength!
Live and let live because if your son’s wife is happy, there are higher chances she will make a happier and loving daughter-in-law and vice-versa!
Today I dedicate this post to all those relatives & in-laws who have an in-depth experience & curiosity to interfere in other’s life…and when I say In-Laws, I refer to both sides…A boy and a girl marry and become Man and Wife – they are both educated, financially independent! Isn’t it strange that two individuals who are considered adult enough to enter matrimony and bear their own offspring, are intruded upon by constant prying by parents?
I wouldn’t want to be biased and blame only the boy’s side of parents but actually in more cases it is true that parents & relatives do interfere so much so that they become a troublesome for the couple to stay TOGETHER!
It’s unfortunate that even in today’s time very few parents accept their kids are grown up and they need to take their own decision. Why are you involved to make things worst if nothing good you are able to do? Why are you even trying to put negative thoughts in their minds when the couple having tough time?? If a couple wants to have a child or want to live a child-free life that is entirely their decision(Don’t interfere..don’t point out anyone’s fault there..don’t give them panic attacks)
At the same time, if a man is still a boy who hasn’t grown out of his mother’s lap then he definitely isn’t eligible to marry. If a man doesn’t know how to strike a balance between relationships he isn’t mature enough to marry. If he still needs advice on how and where he needs to spend his salary he probably is still a toddler.
To the Guys, Your wife is not your mother and no woman would ever want to be. A wife deserves an exclusive right and place in her husband’s life just as his mother already has. She is not a replacement, she has her own place and importance in your life.
So with all due respect, we all love our mothers and the bond is irreplaceable be it a son or a daughter….But at the same time, it is our responsibility to make our parents understand what is wrong and take a stand for the person you love and married..
Lastly, our parents generation have suffered, our generation too have suffered and is suffering….Hopefully we won’t let our Kids generation to suffer and devastate their life & happiness!
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We need to stop stereotyping women's bodies, and also be more sensitive towards our children who are growing up with terrible self-confidence leading to loneliness and depression.
When Kate Winslet said, “Young women should enjoy their life instead of worrying about how they look,” it stuck a cord with me. I am one of those women who struggle with body image issues in a society heavily influenced by unrealistic beauty standards and societal expectations, and Kate’s statement was empowering.
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Here are some online tools for startups to use for their tech needs for organising work, mind mapping, ideation, etc.
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Bubbl.us is an interesting tool which is useful to take notes, brainstorm and organize new ideas, collaborate, and capture thoughts. It allows you to avoid distraction by focusing on task, to collaborate and share with friends, families, team and social media. Essentially no hassle of downloading any app, works on mobile and desktop. You can use the basic plan to explore and later subscribe for at $4.91/month, $59 billed annually.
Miro offers the quickest, easiest way for teams to capture, organize and visualize thoughts, solutions, ideas across the team. Other than brainstorming, it can be used for project planning, creating organizational charts and sales strategies. It runs on all devices: mobile, tablet, desktop or interactive display.
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