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Women Empowerment

Tolerating Abuse: How Much Is Enough?

March 2, 2011
It seems that for the average Indian family izzat is more important than a daughter. How much can we take and what is our limit when it comes to abuse, asks Khushboo Aulakh.

Self-Esteem Boosters: Louise Hay and Nathaniel Branden

March 2, 2011
Like most women, I learned the hard way that if you don’t love and respect yourself, there’s no way you can expect someone else to love and respect you.

Are You Truly Marriage Material?

March 2, 2011
Do you both have what it takes to make a good marriage? Are you truly ready for marriage and all it entails?

Why Independence Is Attractive In A Woman

March 2, 2011
Independence gives a woman the freedom to make better choices and enter a healthy, authentic, inter-dependent relationship on her own terms.

Money And Women: How To Manage A Household Budget

February 26, 2011
Whether we like it or not, it’s important to have a household budget so that both ends meet and ideally with something left for savings and investments.

5 Tips For Women Working Night Shifts

February 26, 2011
Rather than lamenting the disadvantages of graveyard shifts here are some ways to make shift work easier and more comfortable.

The New Indian Woman: In Love With Life

February 25, 2011
The latest issue of "The Week" magazine, profiles the New Indian Woman, as one who lives life on her own terms, is answerable to no one for her choices and is learning to take care of her own needs.

Believe In Yourself And Become a Winner: Lessons from Hollywood

February 23, 2011
All you need to carve your own path, is the confidence and the belief that you can succeed at anything you set out to do, no matter what the odds.

Grab the Wheel: How to Get in the Driving Seat of Your Life

February 23, 2011
Are you truly in the driving seat of your life, or are you carting around a back-seat driver, or a mini-bus load of little voices with big desires?

Naaree Of The Month: Rima Thakker

February 23, 2011
Rima Thakker, a 40-year-old housewife, yoga instructor and resident of Chembur, Mumbai, started training in yoga to combat depression and backache. Today she runs her own classes in yoga and power yoga. “I started learning yoga from Usha Karnik, 8 years back. At the time that I started learning, I was going through a rough ...