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Women have made their mark everywhere, with no field left for them to conquer. Why then, are fingers still pointed at a mother's ways to raise her own child?
"I lived with Bhabi from the time I was three years old," reminisces Mira Saraf about her grandmother, "There was no home without Bhabi."
We would like our kids to learn things and become independent, but at the same time, we don't want them to grow up too fast, and slip through our fingers too early!
Supriya Jain lost her husband in an accident after 15 years of married life. A Piece of Him is her effort to make sense of the grief following this tragic loss. This excerpt is published with permission from the publishers, Notion Press.
At this age of 46, I often wonder and ask myself, if I have made it large? And when I start thinking, whatever I may have done, the answer is certainly YES!
Everyone, including my paediatrician and family elders encouraged me to feed formula to my baby, but I still managed to breastfeed her as I wanted to.
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