#CelebrateingtheRainbow at the workplace – share your stories of Pride!
After coming back from office, I used to cook my own food, do dishes, laundry and all other maintenance works. After that, if I had any energy left, I used to talk to my people. Then I dwelled in my own thoughts and went to sleep.
I also realized the bigger truth- our parents and society are not always right. They make mistakes because of which people like us suffer.
You're about to leave your comfort zone in 10 days for work, and all you get to hear on next morning is your parents bitching about you.
I paid him 1000, but he kept on insisting and seized my debit card and denied returning it. Now he had crossed his line.
Traumatic experiences from childhood can have lifelong impact in trusting and creating new relationships. The search for someone to rely upon is a never-ending journey.
Our society often holds girls back from realising and utilising their full potential to 'protect them.' But it's time that we let girls fly!
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