Statistics show that as many as 75% of women leave the workforce after having a child. In this post I want to share Tapeshwari’s story, who chose to come back to her passion, because she knew that’s what gave meaning to her life. By writing about her, I am hoping that she is able to inspire women who are at the cusp of deciding the future direction of their lives. All I want to tell them is that the choice is theirs and if they put themselves to it, they can achieve whatever they want. Just like Tapeshwari did!
Since the onset of Covid-19, the world has gone through great misery and grief. The second wave in India led to unbelievable devastation and trauma. Thousands of families across the country went through the ordeal, losing one or more family members. They are grieving today, slowly making their way back to normalcy. It is only when one has gone through grief that they can even begin to understand what it is to grieve and heal. Today I want to share some of my own learnings as well as from others who have gone through the process – if even one person feels comforted by reading this, I will be gratified.
Read the story of an exceptional woman, who took all the challenges life threw at her, in her stride and came out on top.
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