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Aanandika Sood aspires to be the rolling stone that gathers a lot of moss. After 8 years of writing copies and columns, editing and scripting stories and honing her PR skills, she is now playing the part of a freelance writer and a momee. She lives in Kolkata and writes on anything that stimulates her mind and merits comment.
An abusive husband can be a very 'normal' thing, as this story told by a woman who prefers to be anonymous, proves. What does one do in such a situation?
Sexual assault, domestic violence and psychological abuse have a lasting impact. How can we help someone deal with trauma after violence? Ways to help a friend heal and recover.
Why are some women scared of marriage? Because they've been taught that marriage is about changing the person you are.
As research increasingly shows high breast cancer rates in Indian women, we will all know a breast cancer survivor in our lives. How can we help?
The need to put in long hours at work is a problem for many working women in India. Some help to tackle the ticking clock.
Resources on how to deal with autism are slowly being developed, at least in urban India. Here is a compilation to help parents who’ve received a diagnosis of autism.
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