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Alcohol is running my life; dictating what I can or cannot do, making me feel powerless. But I cannot leave my alcoholic husband despite all the horrors I suffer.
It doesn't matter who knows and who doesn't - a break up is a break up. When you're 30, and you have spent enough time making yourself compatible to someone's lifestyle and choices, it's harder to undo that and make yourself raw again.
There is often no right or wrong in a situation, like this one that Pihu, her husband Rahul, and Pihu's mother in law Shanti Devi find themselves in. How can they deal with it?
A beautiful story of a domestic worker's sorrows - and joys - something most affluent folks who employ domestic help rarely think about.
Sometimes, we find kindness when we have least expected it. Here is one such beautiful story from an ordinary day in a mother's life.
My mother said, "fate is often the choice you make," and she was not wrong. Her choices defined her life, and to a large extent her children's. My feminism was born out of it.
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