Why we need to speak about mental health.
I stared at the open wardrobe, engulfed in a feeling of numbness. The sarees, the countless blouses, the innumerable bindi and safety pin packets (some half-used, some empty), and the scores of plastic bags and paper cuttings stored in every nook and corner, left meContinue reading “Through the looking glass.”
I stand before the mirror and admire myself in the jeans that I bought seven years ago, and blow myself a kiss! It makes me ecstatic to know that I haven’t piled on any major number of kilos in the past seven years, or even for that matter,Continue reading “Health is wealth.”
On growing old gracefully!
A few weeks ago I met an old friend after nearly two decades. The first thing she said on meeting me was, ” You look just the same even after twenty years!!” For those who don’t know me, well, I weigh the same that I used to twenty years ago. Now, there is aContinue reading “My weighty issues.”