“The past can hurt. But the way I see it, you can either run from it, or learn from it.” – The Lion King The white pearls neatly entwined on her fingers while she was checking him trying the grey tuxedo. Most charming man in the entire universe, she thought. The smile that radiated from … Continue reading Lessons from the Past
'Depression' a term we talk off so casually, is a monster instead. A devil which lurks around us for an easy target, a vulnerable one. You are rich, significant, successful or a daily struggler, nothing matters. All it wants is 'possession' of your body and brain. I remember my granny once told me, [ctt template="4" … Continue reading Open-up and Talk; We Are Listening!
We all have fears as a parent for our children, it's only natural to have such worries. When the child enters our life we fear for their well being, health and much more. I remember the time when daughter was under six months, I would go and check if she is alright every half an … Continue reading Your Parenting Fears – Gleeful Parenting
Kill the Comparison not Competitiveness Namita was 10 years old when she won inter-school swimming championship, and national level when she reached 12th standard. An all-rounder student, a picture-perfect daughter. By the time she finished her graduation, top most colleges of the country were more than happy to accommodate her. A lottery ticket for college … Continue reading Comparison – Kill the Comparison not Competition