The independent women
March 19, 2007 2:45am CST
Seema was torn apart when her marriage ended in a bitter fight and divorce. Meera also had a very unhappy marriage, but it ended with a sudden heart failure of her husband. Geeta had just drifted away from her husband, and finally they had stopped communcating, living in two different cities independently. wHEN these three came for counselling. the counsellor felt that they can learn a lot by sharing with each other. By giving them introductions in absentia, he encouraged them to get together and meet periodically. Soon the group grew with half a dozen women more. Each was lonely in a way, and facing life independently. They evolved into an informal self help support group, and have found warm friendship in individual as well s group company.