Shimmer She looked beautiful in the red silk which would shimmer like the moonlight. He could not take his eyes off her. Every inch of her seemed to him a perfection. The perfectly chiseled face, the deep dark eyes, which held sadness, yet were calm. The thin pink lips which would quiver a little every … Continue reading Lost Love
She grew up reading Cinderella, snow white and Thumbelina. For every girl in distress, came a prince who would love her and decode all the disorder in her life. And they lived happily ever after!Only thing, she did not know what ever happily ever after meant! Coz known of the stories told anything beyond that. … Continue reading Fairy Tales – 1
Today morning, As I was checking my what's app and Facebook, I realised It is Mother's Day. A few months before, I would have been one, posting a pic of me and my son, and then checking for likes the whole day, waiting for notifications to beep. After the facebook and what's app detox, not … Continue reading From An Imperfect Mom !
Have you ever wondered how to break free of a worry loop? You know the experience. You’re in the shower, at the computer, or out to dinner with the family and there is a worrisome thought running through your mind over and over — a looming deadline, an awkward social interaction, the finances, etc. It […] … Continue reading How to break free of a worry loop?
" I " A single alphabet which should always be capitalised when written alone, even though written in the middle of a sentence. A one alphabet word which won't ever let you surrender. I am me. I did this for you. I like this And I hate this I will not ever talk to you. I … Continue reading I is the Ego
When God made the woman, he forgot to give them the delete button. They will remember each and every date, every conversation they had with their husband/In-laws, each and every occasion where she did not get her due, all the events when the husband made a mistake. This list is endless especially when the party … Continue reading DELETE
via Daily Prompt: Climbing " You never have time for us." "Couldn't you spare one hour for his dance performance ?" I could still hear my wife's voice in my head. "Dad! Why didn't u come? All my friend's fathers were there, clicking their photographs. Why couldn't you come?" My son's pleas were drowned in … Continue reading Climbing The Ladder of Success
Richa is a successful doctor in a big corporate hospital in New Delhi, India. She was married to Prateek, who was also a very successful doctor in another big corporate hospital of New Delhi, India. They had a love cum arranged marriage and lived in a joint family. Sakshi was their only child and they both … Continue reading Infedilty and Indian culture
A few years back, I always used to be that nagging wife, as my husband was always overworked. I would barely see him home as he was always so busy climbing up the ladders of success and hardly had anytime for me. I can't comment on how it happens in an arranged marriage, but since … Continue reading Investing in your married life.
Speak out "If i speak what's in my mind, people will judge me." So continued his thoughts and she kept silencing himself. It had been 100 days, he was in and out of the self imposed coma. "What, if he tells his parents, they will say it was all his fault! " "What, if he … Continue reading The Day He spoke