A poem on the relationship between a parent and a child as they familiarise themselves with each other's similar, yet distinct worlds.
This preconceived notion that parents are god and heaven lies in their feet is a false belief.
‘Reparenting’: How I Am Learning to Heal My Childhood Wounds
Reparenting is a process where you give yourself the love which you didn't receive as a child.
Love Doesn’t Come with Labels
On traversing the by-lanes of diversity dialogues with my sons.
‘Let’s Spend Some Family Time’: The One Statement I Dread These Days
My main motive of writing this piece was not to crib, but to simply acknowledge this huge gap that exists between parents and their kids.
‘I Feel Betrayed’: No One Prepared Me For the Real World
I had to do a masters in social science to understand the reality because I was never taught how caste, class and gender actually play out in society.
My Parents Don’t Like That I Have Political Opinions – And That’s Not Okay
Parents need to understand that they are facilitators, not instructors and the only way forward is with communication and acceptance.