Let me begin with a simple question.
Are you in control of your emotions, or are your emotions dependent upon those around you?
When our self-worth depends upon others opinion about us, we are emotionally dependent upon them. They could be our partners, our parents or our friends whom we look up to, or try to impress; people whose opinion about us decides how we mold ourselves just so we feel “accepted”.
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Mothers are considered nothing less than god and Motherhood is women’s ultimate achievement. Social media is flooding with quotes and messages everyday that glorify the greatness of mom and motherhood. Our movies and TV serials portray mothers as superhuman. Despite their good intention good intentions, people don’t realize how putting a woman on a pedestal is affecting her and the people around her?
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India, the seventh-largest country by area, the second most populated country, the most populous democratic country and, one of the oldest civilizations in the world. The constitution of India is a unique. It provides a mixture of federalism and Unitarianism, and flexibility and with the rigidity.
Article 15 of the constitution says that the state shall not discriminate one against only of religion, race, gender, place of birth, or any of them. Despite that India has been named the 4th most dangerous country in the world for women in the last year’s Thomson Reuters Foundation survey.
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“Love is life.” “Love is all you need.”
We all have heard these love quotes. They are wonderful. Love makes us feel like a giant dose of happy emotions in your body and brain. It wants us to be present and be together with your partner and if your partner resonates and reciprocates the same emotion, you are lucky.
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As the Corona Virus pandemic has hit the world, everyone is locked inside their house to save themselves from the deadly disease. After all, home is the safest place to be.
But is everybody safe inside their houses? No…
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The fall is a time for picking apples and pumpkins, wearing chunky sweaters and treating yourself! As females, often times we put self-care on the back burner. We sometimes have a tendency to put everyone else’s needs before our own, causing us to feel run down or burnt out.
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According to a study, depression will be the second-leading cause of disability worldwide by 2020. Depression is widely prevalent in women in all age groups, especially in India. Indian women face hurdles which including stigma about mental health, lack of mental health professionals, lack of awareness, the disadvantaged position of women in society, multiple roles, increased levels of stress, and domestic violence.
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As a father asks his daughter:
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Study? Why should you study?
I have sons aplenty who can study.
Girl, why should you study?
Parents often ignore the early stage development of the child, they think child is too young to understand anything but it’s not like that. Child is constantly learning and making beliefs from the birth. If you do not guide them in the right manner at the right time then you can’t change them when they are at the age of 12 and above, says Dr Bruce Lipton.
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They: Are you married?
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They: But You don’t look like it
Me: Why should I? (in my Mind)