I remember the first time I noticed that women get treated a little differently at work. I was six months pregnant and running out of breath to the office. Late, as usual. Visibly pregnant, I asked for a permission slip to park closer to the building. But I was told that I needed a handwritten note from my gynae. Awks, I know. But it was then that I knew that the person who I needed help from would never understand what it meant to compete at work while sleep-deprived and managing a household. Life can leave you on a sour note, you know, but it doesn't have to stay that way.
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