Men who lead. Hmmm…..these days, this phrase will raise more than just a few brows. But. If you replace “Women” with “Men”, there’s instant acceptance and in fact, recognition. The reason I bring this up is because recently I was attracted to a podcast delivered by Man Talks on How […]READ MORE >
Judgement feels like an ex that I can’t quite seem to break up with. These days, it’s such a common theme in my life, creeping up pretty regularly and calling attention to itself. We all judge—even (and sometimes especially)—those of us who try desperately hard not to.READ MORE >
I sat on the floor with my knees tucked close to my chest and my arms wrapped around myself. I let the cadence of my breath try to sooth my racing heart, feeling perplexed and less than and hurting. I was closed off, not wanting to open up to anyone for any reason. After all, what if I unleashed the rain only to be unable to stop the torrential downpour? What if I drowned in it?READ MORE >
Mark Groves has riled me up, revved my engines, and stirred the pot. (Not like that, you guys.) He wrote this, a blog titled, Maybe Instead of Shaming the Divorced, We Should Be Learning From Them. The title really says it all, but as a woman of Indian descent who’s […]READ MORE >
Take the “What Should My Word Be?” Quiz.
PS. Can’t find it? Please make sure to check your spam/junk inbox! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org in case you need assistance.
All you have to do is click on this link:
Bring me back to Dimple Mukherjee