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Category Archives: Motherhood



By Christine Wong Beyond The Hashtag: The Women I Lost To Violent Men Join the White Ribbon Campaign

Sometimes the personal gets lost when things are politicized, with everything reduced to a hashtag. Dec. 6 is the twenty-fifth anniversary of the White Ribbon campaign to end violence against women. To go beyond 140 characters, here is one personal story about two women…




By Natasha Kelly Nobody Chooses To Have A Mental Disorder anorexicwoman

Three months is all it takes to walk from the realm of the living up onto the doorstep of death. Those months become blurred, out of focus. Hard to recall. Three months living on the bare minimum food intake is all it takes to…




By Nida Shahzeb I Discovered That I Am My Mother’s Daughter MOTHER AND DAUGHTER STOCK IMAGE

“You look just like Munnoo!”said my grandma several years ago. She always called my mom using her childhood nickname. I was standing in my mom’s kitchen, with my back facing her. “Really?” I laughed in surprise. It was probably the way my hair was…



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