Pradnya Vernekar is a Certified Holistic Life Coach from the University of Wellness, West Virginia. She is an angel card reader, an energy healer, an avid reader, a natural writer and an amateur poet. Being an ardent believer in God, she tries to dig happiness in the darkest of mines. She calls herself ‘Lover of Life’!
Rising from the dark times which taught her the importance of healing, Pradnya today is a ‘lightworker’! Her mission is to equip everyone with tools and strategies to unlock their true potential and assist in healing journeys. She is predominantly working with women to help them break the shackles of patriarchy, heal the trauma of the past, give wings to fly, teach self-love, help them let go of all the guilt and above all make them confident and so self-sustained that they won't require any external validation of how amazing they are as a woman!
Our kids are the real heroes during this time and let's take some time to appreciate them!
You may have had the happiest pregnancy and might still suffer from postpartum depression. Here are a few ways you can deal with it happily and easily!
Kangana's 'fierce' interview charmed us, and she deserves every accolade. Yet, here are some more thoughts that came to this author's mind.
We often try to avoid pain by getting numb. But you will feel alive only when you experience that pain and let it resolve to cleanse you of it its effects.
Where do I belong? Do I belong in the cities that I adopt or to my own adventurous spirit?
'Reigniting Life's Motor' is about finding courage under fire.
Marriage means togetherness, but does it mean that they should do everything together. Why couples should have exclusive worlds even after marriage, here's a take.
Marriages break up for many reasons. Physical intimacy outside the marriage is an obvious reason, but are there other 'sins' that matter too?
As a society, we portray sex as an evil. But is sex evil? Let's be fair adults and tell the truth about sex to our younger generation. It will help them.
Some lives seem perfect. But perhaps we do not see the hidden unhappiness of people's lives?
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