I am an Indian living in the United States. Family comprises my husband and two boys who keep us on our toes and make us laugh. When I am not chasing them around, I work in the strategic communications team at a PR firm that specializes in social impact communication. I am passionate about advertising, recycling and spending time outdoors. I have always been writing and the feedback I have received about my articles has encouraged me to write more and in other platforms.
With most of our communication taking place virtually, ghosting has become rampant. What do you do when you are being ghosted? The author writes an insightful piece.
After several tests and consultations with a neurologist, Grace was diagnosed with ALS. Those three letters shattered their life.
I believe if someone does not want kids, it is OK for them to not fall for social pressure to have them. After all, it should be their decision!
Death of our spouse is unpredictable. Just knowing that life insurance exists is not enough, it's better to discuss and plan your finances well ahead.
Happy memories can keep away the darkness inside us, give us strength when we need it. Can you actually create a 'bank' of happy memories you can draw on to keep the Dementors at bay?
Having empathy need not stop with just identifying with another's predicament; 'doers' go beyond this, and offer help in supportive ways. Are you one of them?
The question "what did you do today?" from a husband is usually for gaslighting the wife to believe that they have been lazy or neglectful.
Saying 'no' is always a hard thing for everyone because of all the negativity (pun unintended) around it. Here's how one woman learnt to say no!
I believe that work life balance is a myth. Instead of running after it, you can do things to lead a happier, more contented life, instead.
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