Letter of the month
The December 2017 issue of Life Positive magazine was terrific. I could relate to Mahalakshmi Rajgopal’s article Healing the heart, having gone through a heartbreak previously. I was in depression and had no idea how to get out of it. Thanks to Mahalakshmi’s writing, this new year I resolve to practice pranic healing on a regular basis to overcome my painful past. I convey my warm regards to Life Positive for catering to each and every age group, and being a guide for a positive life. For me, this issue is the best one so far.
Meenakshi Bansal, New Delhi
Full of perspective
Vidya Murlidhar’s article The search within my soul was my favourite in the January 2018 issue of Life Positive. As a 21-year-old slowly progressing towards adulthood, I often envision a future with huge success, along with a blissful domestic life, devoid of children. But I am also anxious about how either of these choices will come across to the society. Will I be scorned for my success-chasing attitude and my apathy for a quintessential family? Vidya’s article made me understand that society will always have an opinion on my life choices, based on unfair and apathetic comparisons. So what does it matter as long as I decide on that which gives me happiness? Like Vidya, I now aim to find happiness through decisions that only cater to my own perspective and to the people I truly care about.Vidushi Sagar, New Delhi
Kudos to Life Positive magazine for talking about child sexual abuse in its January 2018 issue. I could relate to Mahalakshmi Rajgopal’s article Safeguard your child, as something similar happened to me as well. Consequently, on growing up, I was diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. Sadly, our country has a culture of hushing things up as we prioritise protecting our reputation over anything else. Children are mostly considered as investments by the parents rather than individuals; aren’t allowed to make their own choices; and are forced to obey elders under the pretext of respect. The only solution: Indian parents mellow down their authoritarian approach and choose to be friends with their children. The predators will be powerless in front of supportive parents. Vatsala Singh, New Delhi
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