During the four months since I have returned to England, I have graduated with my masters degree in pharmacy and have been working towards qualifying as a pharmacist. The last thing I wanted to do was quit, but I’ve come to … Continue reading
Anyone who has been in a long distance relationship knows how hard it is. I had to move to a new town for my 1-year pharmacy placement so I spend most of my evenings alone. My husband is in India … Continue reading
It has been just over 10 months since my Husband and I introduced ourselves to each other. So much has happened since then. We fell in love, he flew to London, we met in person, he moved from America back to India, I finished my masters degree, I traveled to Morocco, then to India, met my in-laws, got married, came back to England, graduated, moved into a new flat by myself and started a new job (technically…all of that happened in eight months, the last two months have just been working and Skyping)!
What a difference such a small amount of time can make to a person’s life. Not only has my marital status changed but the way I think about myself has also changed. When someone you love with all your heart loves you unconditionally, loving everything about you, you too start to love yourself. Before I met my husband my self esteem was hitting rock bottom, I was even losing my self- respect. Through the abundance of love my husband has given me I have realised that I do deserve to be happy. He makes me feel like a Queen, just as all women deserve to feel. I don’t think someones self esteem should depend on another but he really helped me open my eyes and cherish myself.
Everyone of us deserve happiness, there are people in this world that will try and push you down to make themselves feel better. Fortunately, there are also those people you make you see that you are special and show you how beautiful life can be.
The past 10 months have changed my life. I am just so grateful to my husband for being such an amazing support throughout all of my ups and downs during this ‘growth spurt’.
It was only going to be a couple of weeks until I saw my Husband again! I have been so excited and counting down the days since I arrived back in England, but now I will not be going to … Continue reading