I have been an aspiring writer for a while now. I realize I am happiest when I am either writing or reading. I want to continue that route to happiness by contributing and reading what all the different amazing woman here have to tell.
My dear son, if you ever make your marriage a battle of egos, it will never work. Learn to let go. A letter to my son (who's now a teenager) when he thinks of getting married.
Ever wonder what are the personality changes you go through during your period? Here's ten of these things that all of us have endured at some point!
How does an average Indian man who shows the utmost respect for a mother treat a wife in such a disastrous manner? What makes this man tock in this particular way?
We are all members of the Elitist Club, the club of women who are conditioned to put down other women. But - our future lies in being united as women.
The Egg Shell dance - a dance most Indian women are conditioned to do around their men and in laws, so that their life can be good or even tolerable.
Men seem to love dependence in their women, as this writer has realised over a lifetime of being a strong, independent woman. Unfair standards?
Khalil Gibran's feminism, in his book The Prophet, is startling in its modernity, even though written almost a century ago, and could teach us a few things.
I always thought of women as being there to serve us men. To love us, to care for us, to give us their lives. I was never told otherwise and I never bothered to find out either.
We hear this so often - 'women are women's worst enemies'! No! Here's why this is a popular perception - and it has everything to do with patriarchy.
Despite being an educated woman, I fell for the conditioning that made me yield to my family's subtle sexism, waking up to it only in my 40s.
A mother writes an interesting account of her life, living with over involved parents around.
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