We have more in common than you’d think.

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As an Indian woman, loving a black man has forced me to face the ugliest parts of myself and the deep-rooted prejudice of my own culture.

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My Punjabi mother convinced me my fingers would fall off if I touched myself.

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Happiness isn’t a constant — it’s an ever-evolving state, mirroring the constant work that goes into the practice of acceptance.

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Relying on your partner to satisfy all your emotional, mental, spiritual, and physical needs is a recipe for disaster.

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My therapist told me to write down all the qualities I wanted in a partner, and I realized my boyfriend only had a few of them.

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Day #18 of my 90-Day Challenge

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Day #14 of my 90-Day Challenge

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Day #13 of my 90-Day Challenge

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S. Kaur

Living life on my own terms & writing to tell about it.

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