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Aishwariya Laxmi is a writer, editor, blogger, and poet living in suburban Chennai, India. She blogs on https://aishwariyalaxmi.com/ and has a newsletter at https://ash.fambase.com/. Her poems and flash fiction have been published in numerous anthologies.
Workplaces need clean toilets for women who absolutely need to use them during periods - there's a danger of infections!
My mom would pack my food and take me to school when I was very young. She would walk to the nearby library and pick out books for me when I was in class four.
Netflix's Purple Heart is a romcom with music that will leave tears rolling down your cheeks!
My doctor is reluctant to do the necessary surgery on me since I’ve never had surgery before, and because I’m 46, single, and have no babies... WHYYY?!
If I marry, it should be for the right reasons - not out of the fear of being alone. Neither should one marry just because everyone else is married.
My mom and I share a few common interests: reading, shopping, travelling, and swimming. When I was a little girl, it was my mom who introduced me to libraries and Enid Blyton. This made me an avid reader and a bibliophile. She also took me to swimming classes, and we both learned to swim together. […]
It’s okay to live in uncertainty and not be sure how tomorrow is going to turn out. If you choose to look at it from an adventurous perspective, that’s what makes life exciting!
This book is an important read, especially in the wake of the pandemic and all of us leading digital lives.
I found that when faced with a crisis, my mom tackles it head-on and does the needful and even more. She is emotionally very strong and tough.
We have to go beyond only getting the job done. Workplace friendships help us connect with others in the same boat, and avoid burnout or breakdowns.
This Valentine’s Day, if you are a girl reading this, think about whether that boy you are dating is worth it. If not, you know what to do!
While we may be living through turbulent times in history, we must remember that this, too, shall pass.
Working from home is not a one-size-fits-all solution. It is important to be mindful of the fact that we are all just people, albeit with starkly contrasting personalities.
What stands out in this book is how the acid attack survivor stays so unbelievably strong through all of these horrific acts intended to break and ruin her.
This book lets us know that therapists, too, are human.
Although today’s woman would agree with the woman of yesterday that consent is non-negotiable, she doesn’t seem keen on movies like DDLJ.
Women who are repeatedly harassed by men start thinking that maybe something is wrong with them. To those women, I say: it is not your fault!
We often do not know what to say to someone who is suffering from something - an illness, or a loss. Often we are conditioned to how the one suffering perceives it. Here's a POV.
Anuja Chandramouli's book 'Ganga: The Constant Goddess' retells the story of Ganga, one of the most revered entity in Hindu mythology.
Also titled, A Billet-Doux. In this poem, the author narrates how her idea of love has changed over the years, from sweet nothings to everyday actions that matter.
I developed frozen shoulder and Rheumatoid Arthritis at 40, when I had thought it was a disease of olde people. Not so, as my painful journey proves.
I spoke to Milan Vohra, the author of India’s first Mills and Boon novel, The Love Asana, and the book Tick Tock We’re 30 about writing and books.
The author shares a true account of how a team outing turned awry as a male colleague crossed the line of decency.
This interview with 'Miss Face Of Navi Mumbai 2018', Sunethra Easwaran , is bound to inspire young women. Read on!
"I relied excessively on Facebook and WhatsApp for emotional support," says the author while recounting her days off living alone as a young working woman.
"Shaheen Bhatt's writing on depression touches your soul and lets you peek into hers," says this reviewer about her book I've Never Been (Un)Happier. A must read for everyone.
Until last year, my life, like my Facebook list, was cluttered with people, regardless of whether they were well-wishers or users. Until I decided to declutter my life.
It becomes necessary to draw boundaries in relationships sometimes if things get out of hand and intolerable. A personal account.
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