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We had just started with our first semester of the class tenth and we were excited to learn the concepts of different subjects.
Health issues of social factors can often make pregnancy a difficult time for women, and the birth can seem nothing short of a miracle.
A married daughter is still looked upon as a guest by Indian parents today, no matter the love that is there. A daughter recounts her personal experience.
Indian cinema has portrayed a stereotypical image of the Indian mother in law. A dour faced, cock-eyed banshee. Is it so even today?
I am a highly educated homemaker, and am considered worthless by my inlaws, as they had expected a well earning daughter in law. Shouldn't it be my choice?
Parents have many dreams for their children. Here is a mother's letter to a daughter on the threshold of college.
No matter how good or talented she might be, there is always some discrimination against a girl child. Sometimes it may take extreme forms.
At some point on the parenting journey, we need to let go, relinquish control as a parent. Also, even if you have books to guide you, you need to make your own decisions at times.
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