Prapti Aggarwal

As a small town girl born in a middle class joint family, all it takes is a little sensitivity to observe that all is not logical around and an urge to change it. What started from personal journal took shape of blogs aimed at changing oneself to change the world! I like to write about real life incidents that I have been part of and have felt first hand.

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a break up
3 Thoughts That Helped Me Find The Silver Lining Of The Blackest Cloud Of A Break Up

A break up is the hardest aspect of a relationship to deal with. But there is always a silver lining to everything bad that happens. Read here.

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understanding person
Are You Being An Understanding Person, Or Are You Being Taken For A Pushover?

Being an understanding person can go too far, with loved ones, friends, and others taking you for granted because, "she understands"!

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It's Time To Stop Waiting For The Push
It’s Time To Stop Waiting For The Push [#ShortStory]

"Had Abhishek always been so insensitive that he did not feel it urgent to leave everything at once and come home to me when I had had a miscarriage, and I needed him then?"

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Ms, Can You Imagine This Degree Of Freedom?

Even ordinary men enjoy a degree of freedom that they take for granted. A luxury for any woman. Imagine, if you could have the same?

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Some Things Are Always Better When Said [Short Story]

This short story very beautifully tells us, that certain things are better when spoken. Do read.

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[Very Short Story] Lost To Love

When a relationship is over, and you know all the reasons for why it needs to end, does your heart still accept the ending?

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Disappointment: An Entry In A Daughter’s Diary

The trigger for this piece is not just Dil Dhadakne Do, a recently released Bollywood movie, but parallel fragments of conversations around me on women.

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