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Asfiya Rahman, a management graduate, is a teacher by occupation and a writer by inclination. She has published many short stories in different publications and is the author of the sports drama trilogy Wild, Wild Card 2 and Wild Card 3, never say never
She is an avid reader and loves to travel.
A good woman has no identity of her own; she is a mother, a daughter, a sister, and a wife. She is happy to exist only in these relations because what more could she possibly want?
My father knew that for my mother it could only mean a return to academics. He encouraged her to do post-graduation, and we all chipped in by doing what we could at home to help!
Sudha called the boys to help her set the table. This was another thing her mother in law didn’t like. Why did she make both boys help out in the kitchen?
They feel hungry, food materializes magically. They don’t have to cook. They never do laundry and yet clothes appear clean and ironed in their cupboard; of course magic exists!
Thanks to COVID now we stop and think before popping over even to a close friend’s house. We stop and think before sending over food.
Women think understanding financial matters is difficult. Financial literacy is simply the knowledge required to make imp financial decisions!
Agent Carter can often be seen knocking out the villains with a murderous punch or kick. She is quick on her feet, has nerves of steel, and is never flustered no matter what the situation.
We are 3 sisters, and our father brought us all up to be independent and capable of making our own decisions. Never were we forced into anything.
Take immense pride in what you do. Be vocal about what you do and be unashamed to promote it. Don’t sell your dreams short.
The three year phase in my life when I was severely depressed left me drained and in a haze but it also taught me a few important lessons!
It’s time to teach our boys how to live with strong and independent women. Girls are breaking gender-stereotypes and now it's time we teach boys the same.
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