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When I was little, I had a knack to spin up stories, poems on literally anything, from a butterfly to a fan. With time, the stories started fading. When I became a mother, a plethora of emotions that it brought along, had to be written down. My daughter has been my biggest muse since. She changed my perspective on life. She gave me hope, she gave me ambition. I left my decent corporate job as a software consultant and a technical trainer to be a stay-at-home mother when she turned two. That was the beginning of my new and exciting journey. Once the little one started school, I revived my flair for writing which was long lost due to juggles between home and office. I pen down the myriad of emotions I go through as a parent, as a woman, and as a dreamer. I still spin stories. Some stories for me, some for the world, and a lot more for my little one.
I was the second girl child unloved by my mother, who hated me for not being a boy. I decided to not let it define my life, and broke the chain of trauma!
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Healing doesn't happen over a day, but it begins the moment we try not to push away the negative thoughts, rather analyze the past events and take all possible lessons from them.
I had made a silent pledge to be the best parent in the world to my kid, even before she was born. To learn lessons from what my parents did wrong and never to repeat it. But today I proved myself wrong.
The core of the movie is not about Shakunatala Devi's achievements. It paints her as a selfish woman who abandons her daughter in search of fame and money.
My MIL and I share a very bittersweet relationship where she has taught me a lot of things and gave me some lessons in life. Here's what I learnt from her.
If you're a freelancer, having everyone at home has added stress to your life too. But here's what you can do to combat the stress and not go mad!
Pregnant women are being denied timely and crucial medical care because there are no beds, no facilities, and doctors are all battling the pandemic. Is anyone listening?
Your emotions during the lockdown can feel out of control and oppressive. Here are some helpful tips - choose the ones that work for you.
As a woman in the 21st century, there are several choices one needs to make. Do you regret choices you make? The author definitely follows the no regrets path!
A daughter-in-law has, since time immemorial, been criticised for everything she does. But fret not, here are a few tips for those facing similar problems!
Society expects women to be a certain way, but it’s okay to be selfish at times, it’s fine to be happy, and it’s perfectly alright to live our lives for ourselves.
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