Why your parent’s emotional health really matters for their well-being…

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  1. Thanks for writing on this subject Kalpana. Very heartfelt and related post. As I read, I imagined my own parents life…I left home 12 years back for higher education and my brother a year after me…my parents were in mid 40s then. it wasnt easy for them but they had no choice but to let us go and chase our dreams. They indulged in gardening too. Lot of memories flashed infront of my eyes while I read your blog, loved it. When I imagine my daughters leaving More power to your pen 🙂

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  2. Thanks for writing on this subject Kalpana. Very heartfelt and related post. As I read, I imagined my own parents life…I left home 12 years back for higher education and my brother a year after me…my parents were in mid 40s then. it wasnt easy for them but they had no choice but to let us go and chase our dreams. They indulged in gardening too. Lot of memories flashed infront of my eyes while I read your blog, loved it. When I imagine my daughters leaving home for their education after few years, I dread the day. More power to your pen 🙂

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    1. Yes, i am totally dreading the day too…and for me its just less than a year with my elder one. (Sigh) I have poured my heart out on that and it is still in drafts, as i cant find the courage to post it. It’s hearbreaking to even think about it, i tell you.

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