To my future in-laws (if I ever get married),
Please understand that I am an individual and not a bad one. I have my likes and dislikes which may not be the same as yours. I have lived my life in a certain way and it’s too harsh to expect me to learn your ways overnight.
My parents are precious to me just the way you are to your son. Looking after them is something that I would like to continue doing. Please don’t get me wrong, this does not mean that you will be any less important. I will care for you and I’m sure I will slowly start loving you as well.
I will respect your decisions but please don’t clip my wings. My flight will not disrespect you, this I assure. I have some dreams and aspirations just like your son. So the way you encourage him, can you please try to encourage me a little too?
I can be a wonderful addition to your family only if you let me be my best self. Looking forward to a great partnership.
From a girl who is not trying to separate your son from you and neither does she know Kaala Jaadu.
By Madhura Chowdhury