We are born out of relationships and simultaneously born into relationships too. As the journeys of our lives traverse, meander and manoeuvre their paths through various twists and turns many people enter and exit at various junctures. Some are just passing acquaintances, some momentary visitors and some stay on for a life time. It is … Continue reading The 4 steps to self-care: The heart feels what the mind sees.
There is a very fundamental reason, why I chose to write on this topic. As parents we envisage and dream of a lifetime of happiness and success for our children. There is nothing wrong in that at all. We must aim for the stars, and I am all for it. Though when it comes to … Continue reading Why I shall be teaching my children about the temporary defeat called ‘failure’.
As the shrouds of mist lift from time to time they often part to reveal a vivid scene that springs forth with utmost clarity as if it always waits in the wings ready to pounce forward on cue - My small hands tightly holding on to my mother's as we stand at the door to … Continue reading I am ‘Introspective’…please do not call me ‘Shy’!
To be very honest with you, I had never really envisaged myself to be putting up a new blog post in these three weeks. To those of you who are kind and patient enough to put up with me on Twitter, you would have perhaps by now garnered based on my tweets that we are … Continue reading The hidden power of Positive Thinking.
This title could perhaps have been sugar coated and presented in a more docile and somewhat more poetic manner. I could have also perhaps waxed eloquently on the goodness in the human nature triumphing all evil. That would perhaps then render it ineffective in the current context. Sometimes the truth is best laid bare. As … Continue reading Please, never ‘people-please’.
I happened to be passing by my daughter’s bedroom the other day and glancing in I saw her looking at herself in the mirror. There is nothing out of the ordinary in a twelve-year-old being inquisitive about her changing self. But what struck me at that particular moment of time was the expression of a … Continue reading Being body positive
Carrying a toddler in one arm and steering a pushchair with groceries on it with the other, I could swear the maneuvering task was getting trickier by the minute. When suddenly, a man walked out right in front.Nearly tripping over I said ‘Sorry’, apologizing immediately for being in his way. The words came out spontaneously … Continue reading Sorry, I am not Sorry anymore!