"Body dysmorphic disorder is a mental disorder in which you can't stop thinking about one or more perceived defects or flaws in your appearance — a flaw that, to others, is either minor or not observable. But you may feel so ashamed and anxious that you may avoid many social situations". according to the MayoClinic definition. Why … Continue reading Body Dysmorphia; the journey of me, myself and my physique.
Disclaimer; Who said that a woman should be younger than her counterpart and that men should always be the older one? For many years I debated whether this "Age is a number" cliche is a myth or not. Only recently did I conclude that in fact it is NOT a myth. Age is a number and let … Continue reading Age is just a number…
Life is not for the light hearted. Our path in this life is determined. We might not know it but our actions and behaviors are pre-determined to lead us to a specific goal to achieve in this life time. If you know yours, then that is awesome. If you have not deciphered that yet, do … Continue reading From Me to You; Words of Wisdom
Disclaimer: For some working is part of the cycle of life. For others, its a chore to bare while at the same time a necessity. I have mixed feelings about the institution of employment. I have always said, get a job you're passionate about in order to spare us your work-related nags (I am kidding!!!) We all face ups … Continue reading Part II; Typical Characters at the office..
"Move to Toronto, they said. It will be fun, they said". Not quite I'd say. The bubble burst within six months and reality kicked in. Here I am a year and a half later, grateful for the opportunities, the basic needs being met (contrary from where I come from) and building my future slowly yet … Continue reading In Retrospect; My Year in Canada.
He is 35. He still lives with his parents (the economical situation of the country. obliges.) He works a 9-5 job at some insurance company (security, stability..boring!) His weekends are dedicated to sports and (wait for it) his Momma. Meet Richard. Born and raised abroad, Richard moved back to his home country with his parents at the end … Continue reading Meet Richard, Mama’s boy.
Disclaimer: The following is the story behind two families brought together by their love for jewelry. My father was a man of many values. He was upfront and direct with people and cherished honesty and respect. He was a person who had an eye for everything beautiful. He used to tell me 'I love Beautiful … Continue reading When the past catches us; the Mukhi X Khanamirian Story!