Priyanka has nearly two decades of editing experience and has worked with newspapers such as The Indian Express, The Nation - Bangkok, and the Miami Herald, as well as magazines, websites, newswires, and research publications based out of the US, the Middle East, and Asia. And she has dabbled with writing for almost as long. From features for newspapers to content for websites and graphic novels on entrepreneurship for schoolgirls, she has experimented with it all.
She believes relationships, like writing, are about self-discovery, and an interest in their science and metaphysics has drawn her to this space.
When thoughts of what could’ve, should’ve, might’ve been with someone toss and turn in your head at 3 AM, do you wish for some kind of hint from the universe that they are secretly longing for you? Here are some signs that may just be true.
Being blamed for everything in a relationship can be distressing. You’ve been assigned a negative intention and your partner is essentially telling you that you are the problem in the relationship. So what’s the fix?
What if our deepest bond lies outside the friendship-romance binary? What if our most fulfilling love lies somewhere in between friendship and romance? What if our idea of commitment is not one centered on romantic love, but rooted firmly in friendship?