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Kavita Panyam is a Counseling Psychologist by profession and a Freelance writer by passion. She has won competitions run by leading magazines for slogan writing, reviews etc as well as several blogger contests. Her work has been published in reputed magazines across India. She writes for Print magazines like Infinithoughts, Life Positive, Woman's Era and for leading E-Zines and portals. She is a guest contributor to various websites. You may visit her personal blog at https://kavitapanyam.com
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When my brother, and then my father passed away, I was horrified by the lack of sensitivity I was subjected to as a grieving person.
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