We are missing out on tapping into a big part of sisterhood by limiting our friend circle based on biases.
Of late, Bollywood has been churning out movies that revolve around female friendships and women who support each other. In a culture heavily influenced by Bollywood, we need more such films to appreciate the experience of women.
Even in spaces exclusive to women; like your BFF WhatsApp group or the one with all your female batchmates from school or college, do you feel comfortable enough to speak your mind on any and every issue?
This is the best time to show that you care, but this is the worst time to expect.
We laugh, gossip, eat, shop together among other things with our friends. One of my favourite things that I like to do besides talking is to watch movies with my friends. Here’s a list of movies that you can watch with your girl gang.
Strong female friendships have the potential to positively impact women’s careers.
How many of us offer the same level of patience, empathy and an eager ear to our friends, that we expect from them?
Friendships in the thirties, forties and so and so forth may not have the energy of the youth but they are fun and largely no strings attached.
Spending three to five years together brings you really close. Covering up for each other on night outs and class bunks to celebrating breakups together, college friendships are totally different and absolutely fun.
There’s nothing more beautiful than “Sisterhood”. From understanding each others PMS to supporting each other deal with the challenges posed by the world to us, because of our gender.
One of the drawbacks of this friendship is that we are not obligated to our friends the way we are to our spouses, our jobs, or our families. We will be sad to go, but go we will.
There comes a point in every woman’s life when she becomes a social recluse. Her life purely revolves around raising…