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Gone There is finality, absolutism in the word that cannot be denied. A child leaving the nest leaves a mother bereft. The feeling of nothingness that lingers is hard to overcome, isnt it? It shadows you. What is left in the wake of the departure is a lifetime of togetherness to be packed and stowed  The post Now That She Is Gone How Does One Pack Away The Memories? appeared first on Women's Web: For Women Who Do .
Shalini felt out of place even before setting a foot inside the district court where her divorce proceeding was scheduled to be heard. Board rooms, hotels, convention centres and offices were familiar territory for her. A courtroom was a new experience. How has it come to this? she thought, looking for familiar faces. Her glance  The post She Wanted To Stand Apart In Her Career; Not Stand Alone In Life! appeared first on Women's Web: For Women Who Do .