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Presently working as an English tutor, a dentist by profession, but a writer forever. Love penning down everything I strongly feel about and create a change in mindset, especially among the youth.
There was a time when the term “change” itself was looked at with a sort of disbelief, so obviously the term “career change” was unheard or rather seemed impossible. I was taught or rather quite rigorously trained to become a dentist. But years later, to be specific a quarter century later, I have transformed to […]
Why is access to proper toilets for women still a novelty? Here's what organisations can do about it.
Every person we meet in this world could leave an indelible mark in our life, if allowed to do so. This is what I personally believe. Around a year and a half ago, a new tutor, Jamsheena, joined our institute. She was asked to sit in my class to understand the module that I was […]
The most recent Malayalam film that I watched on the OTT platform evoked a lot of emotions in me which has prompted me to write this article. \”Sulaikha Manzil\” was a movie that started of on a somewhat cliched flashback, but as it proceeded the storyline was predictable and simple yet so touching. The main […]
My mother's determination and perseverance has taught me to hold on till the last breath. She would keep trying at something and wouldn't give up easily.
The labour room is where women are their most vulnerable, and a kind word, a friendly face, is what they need. Not rude, inconsiderate staff.
My life was very different and much more exciting than all of theirs. I had chosen to remain single, despite the coaxing and threatening that my parents and relatives showered upon me.
I started with my first job on a part-time basis to assess how my children would adjust to my new schedule. As days went by, they seemed fine, and I slowly shifted to a full-time job.
In contrast to many men of that age, my husband was overjoyed on being blessed with a girl as his first child, and eagerly learned how to take care of an infant.
In Adaminte Variyellu, Vasanthi sits on her father-in-law's favourite easy chair and orders the family members about, as he used to.
Abusers don't walk around with labels, in fact, they are the most benevolent-looking characters on the face of the earth. So be aware!
Would you rather be there physically and emotionally for your partner or bid him/her a grand funeral to show that you cared about them?
In my younger days, I sort of believed that my mother would be responsible for my wrongdoings and would comply with every instruction as I hated anyone admonishing my mother for my faults. But, as time went by...
It's always women who are entrusted with elaborate meal preparations & rituals. But we also want time off during festivals. Have mercy on us too, society!!
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