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Humans of Bombay
2 hours 30 minutes ago. Facebook
“As a child, I had the rare opportunity to experience two different cultures — my mother’s from Hungary and my father’s from Colombia. Growing up in Bogota, I would spend every Saturday at my maternal or paternal grandparent’s house and that’s heavily influenced who I am today. I would love the smell of different things cooking, I would hang back and ask how flavours combined and I guess it...
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Humans of Bombay
yesterday at 15:30. Facebook
“After my daughter got married, she took my sickly son along with her because her husband and she could give him opportunities I couldn’t. She’s extremely bright and her husband is the kindest son-in-law I could hope for. However, I’m a widow and suddenly I began to feel the slivers of loneliness slip into my daily life. I now had more free time than I could handle, no husband, no children and...
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Humans of Bombay
yesterday at 13:09. Facebook
"I'm realizing the importance of having parents only after I got married and I know how difficult it is to be a mother only after becoming a mother myself.
I realize now that my parents were right most of the times. I've made mistakes and I wish, looking back that I had listened to them. I wish I had tried to understand my mother a little bit better."
Humans of Bombay
12/06/2016 at 16:02. Facebook
“Like most Indian women I had an arranged marriage. I didn’t want to get married but I had no say in the matter. So I went along with it hoping for the best. But it didn’t take long for the man I was supposed to spend the rest of my life with to show me his true colours.
From the beginning he was physically and emotionally abusive. He started drinking and kept increasing the amount of abuse...
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Humans of Bombay
12/05/2016 at 16:12. Facebook
"My mother is a single parent. She was married to an abusive man, and at the age of 19 she was pregnant with me but even though my parents got separated she had to fight for my custody for 6 long years. Even though she won custody almost 4 years ago, the passport office refuses to make my passport , as she is a single parent. She has gone to the passport office over a hundred times, but no...
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Humans of Bombay
12/04/2016 at 13:13. Facebook
“I’ve always been a homemaker while my husband worked at the railway station. We were very content with our lives— I was very happy raising my two daughters at home and he used to love his job. Suddenly one year, I fell really ill and I was hospitalised for a couple of months when we faced some difficulty managing everything, so my husband called his mother from our village to look after me...
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Humans of Bombay
12/02/2016 at 15:12. Facebook
“Ever since I was a child, I was fascinated by business men. I would throw questions at every small business owner in my hometown in an attempt to understand what made their businesses tick. Business for me is so much more than a means of living. The more business owners I interacted with, the more I realized how much our nation depends on such entrepreneurs.
As I grew older, I dedicated my...
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Humans of Bombay in collaboration with Make Love Not Scars brings you #SkillsNotScars. Watch this space for something extraordinary today at 9PM
Humans of Bombay
12/01/2016 at 13:59. Facebook
“I grew up in a small middle class family where everyone around me was either a doctor or an engineer. I have always been overweight, and a huge part of my childhood revolved around trying to be funny as a defence mechanism. I loved being the class clown, the kid who everyone referred to as funny. Growing up, I was obsessed with Johnny Lever to the point where I would tape over his voice...
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“As a thirteen year old, my life was filled with happiness. I had a loving family, great friends and an exciting life at school. I was always surrounded by hugs, sweets and books. I believed no harm would ever come my way.
One day, when my elder sister and I were walking to school, we noticed a 25-year-old man following us. Initially, we ignored him but he then started pestering us by...
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“I was forced to marry at the age of ten. And at the age of fifteen, I moved in with my husband and in-laws. Slowly, I learnt to love him. He was kind and treated me well. But after I gave birth to my first daughter he changed. He’d just take one look at her and get uncontrollably angry. I could no longer recognise the man I had married. He’d turned into a violent and abusive...
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“Growing up, I never thought of myself as brave or strong. In fact, I would run out of the room at the sight of a needle. I hated visiting hospitals, hated looking at medical apparatus and hoped I never ever have to visit the operation theatre. I couldn’t even handle the smallest of injuries.
At the age 18, I faced one of the cruelest and most painful acts a person has to go through. My...
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“I was married to the love of my life, an army man who I had two beautiful children with. I used to be a journalist and travelled with him to the places he was posted and later took up teaching as a profession once my children were born. In 2000, he passed away from a brain haemorrhage and life as I knew it came to a stand still. I didn’t think I would ever love again and I was okay with...
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“I was overweight while growing up and faced a lot of bullying throughout my childhood. Since birth, I’ve been unable to hear so there were a lot of times when I didn’t even know when people were making fun of me, but there were times when the boys in my class would come close and say nasty things and that’s when I knew that I was being bullied. Since then, I withdrew and had very few...
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"We miss summer -- gully cricket and ice-creams all day!"
“My father was a freedom fighter, and my whole life I’ve wanted to be like him— to make a difference for my country. Even though I’m a certified doctor, my heart always longed to serve the country.
A major event that happened early on in my life was meeting my partner — I found my entire world in one person. What started off as an innocent attraction turned into a lifelong bond — at 18 we...
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“I always knew I had different preferences, but throughout my childhood I silenced myself and pretended to be someone else. When my friends at school spoke about girls I felt uncomfortable. When I was sexually attracted to a boy at 14, I tried my best to subdue it. I began to spend more time reading online, wondering if maybe I wasn’t the only one…and I wasn’t! It still took me 3 years...
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