A dire penchant for words, can summarize my life as “My pen bleeds my life”!
Health of women is thier own responsibility. Michelle Obama says so and the author gives us more reasons to believe why our health lies in our own hands!
Calling a person ugly only hurts them. They lose their self-worth and start questioning themselves. Here's a beautiful story of healing with love.
A woman finds love again - with her husband. In a love marriage, life happens, and how does one get back to the love after getting really dissociated?
Why are a woman's sexual desires or needs be spoken of in hushed tones? Why can't a woman openly say that her physical needs have to be gratified?
A woman's fitness is no longer a myth. It is a fast-paced reality where more women find themselves sweating it out in the gym. Some even in the comforts of their home.
Women in India often find themselves in hostile waters once they are married. They struggle to get validation amidst misogyny and often end up losing their own identity.
My paternal grandmother was an empowered, no-nonsense woman in every sense, but still still bowed to the patriarchal upper hand of my grandfather by quietly making perfect, hot, round rotis for him.
It's that time of the year when your parents ardently condemn you for not being 'high marks' achievers. Yes, you guessed it right, it's results time.
Toddlers can be real entertainers at most times. They can also tie you up in knots and make you question everything you thought until now.
The recent news of a 16 year old boy being accused of a murder makes this author reflect on where parents are going wrong.
The continuing interest in the Arushi Talwar case, now to be examined again through a new documentary - is it natural curiosity or just plain ghoulish?
A daughter's no holds barred letter to a much love father. Do read this intensely personal account of a father-daughter bond.
Yes, you read that right! The other woman in my husband's life and I thank God for her existence! Want to know who it is? Read on!
Secret Superstar is the story of Insiya, but also of any Indian girl whose life has no real celebration or purpose other than satiating her future husband.
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