"Khichdi is the kind of food that fills our stomach. It also helps many poor students who do not get nutritious food, because of financial problem. In our school, every working day we get delicious khichdi. The aroma of khichdi is very pleasing and it looks very yummy. I am eating this food since I was in 3rd standard and I really love it. I feel very sad that I will be missing this tasty khichdi after 8th standard" - Vaibhavi Prakash Vare, V Standard, Sir. J. J. Girls's High School, Mumbai
The Secret Lives of Women with ADHD by Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. - Letting go of shame and feelings of inadequacy is a process that takes time. Terry Matlen’s seven tips can help you get started. "1) Connect with other women who have ADHD. 2) Attend ADHD conferences. 3) Revise negative thinking... " (Includes links to online communities and recommended books for women)
Throughout the play Shakespeare demonstrated gender inequality which was still in effect in the society which he was writing in. But at the end of the play Kate says that men keep the women put together and without them we would not be able to function therefore we should be thankful for them. This picture represents the male being the foundation and base to the females success and allowing her to succeed just as much as he does.