He won’t understand the pain as it was 'just a few months' of pregnancy, and I'm supposed to let go and smile; 'behave normal'.
When raising children, it's usually the kids who get all the attention. However, the mother's emotional state needs attention too
Obstetric violence, both physical and verbal, is taken for granted in Indian hospitals, but is an assault on human rights & dignity.
Before the birth of her son, actor Amrita Rao spoke about being nervous about motherhood. Why are women always the only ones worried?
People will know me as the epitome of motherly affection and virtue. But they will never come to know of the searing pain that afflicts my life in these autumn years of my life.
Indian origin author Avni Doshi's debut book published as Girl in White Cotton in India and as Burnt Sugar in the UK, is a Booker Prize finalist.
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