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Meet the Superwoman!

Being a woman is an amazing and demanding thing. If you have any doubts about this, then look around and notice the women around you. From your mother, sister to your boss or even maid, all of them have a unique set of hardships which they had or are dealing with right now in their own way

Women experience so much yet they do it with ease. A woman can handle it all because she is a woman. Merely being a woman is the closest thing to a superpower one can have. It comes with all sorts of special features that are so close to being a superhuman. Here are a few:

They never brag

A real superhero knows what she is capable of, but doesn’t feel the need to brag about it. They are strong, independent and fabulous. Women are the ones holding the cards.

They can keep perfect balance, even while walking in heels

Women are able to be career women, wives and mothers. They know how to perfectly balance every aspect of their lives. They kill it in boardrooms and at home.

They can read minds

Women can know what those closest to them are thinking without ever speaking a word. Watch your mother’s face as you enter the house, she’ll guess in a second whether you are hungry, angry or happy.

They have an amazing ability to heal

Women are naturally compassionate, they are givers and healers. their kindness and warmth are not weaknesses but their true strengths. A woman can mend a broken heart with her tender love and care.

Women are immune to societal tropes

Women are constantly told to be “feminine”, “girly”, or that they are not pretty enough without makeup and shouldn’t try to be the boss. Despite all of this negativity, they soldier on. All this societal melodrama doesn’t get in the way of what women want.

They have the power to create human life, literally

Women are the vessels for actual life and are responsible for human existence. They are capable of INCREDIBLE, MIND-BLOWING things. If that’s not a superpower, what the heck is?

Being a woman is hard, it requires much effort and energy and pays alomost nothing in return. If you are blessed with few woman around you consider yourself lucky and know that they deserve utmost respect from you.

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Must read books for teenagers – Part I

Not everyone loves to read, but there are few books that are simply unavoidable and has a meaning too
Gousiya Teentalkindia Content Writer

Books have an amazing capability to take us to different worlds through the eyes of its main character. Soon their experiences start to feel real as we read on to see what happens next. Some books can leave you in total awe while some can inspire you. Here is a list of books that continue to have an impact on teenagers with their messages.

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

Beautifully written, this book is about trying to live your life to the fullest especially when the time is limited. It also helps us to realise how we take important things in life for granted.

John Green is an American author. He has penned down books like Looking for Alaska, An Abundance of Katherines and The Fault in Our Stars.

The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X.R. Pan

This is the debut novel of the author Emily X.R. Pan has written one of the best books about grief after the loss of a loved one.

Just Listen by Sarah Dessen

This is the story of Annabel, who is considered as one of those lucky few who have it all. However, a life-changing event causes Annabel to lose all her friends before her senior year, making her a loner in one of the biggest years of her life. However, someone new comes to town and gives her the chance to finally share her side of the story.

Crank by Ellen Hopkins

An eye-opener about how drug use can change the life of a person and those around them. It surely is one of the most realistic portrayals of addiction that keeps you curious to find out what happens next.

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

A captivating novel that takes brutality and racial injustice into consideration. This book continues to break records since its initial release.

It's Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini

This book has Craig Gilner, 15, as its main character. Craig is an overachiever from a privileged background. This book illustrates how mental health can take a toll on your life. It's real, honest, raw and continues to be relevant even today.

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