GGTS is 3

16 Oct

10/16/2012

Today with 215,783 hits GGTS turns three. Thanks to all readers, supporters and comment writers to help keep this space safe and productive for healthy initiatives to venture into desi relationships.  When DG started writing three years ago her undying optimism nurtured a lofty ambition of revolutionizing desi relationships and reaching out millions. That happened or not is different story but she definitely believed if she dreamt little bigger like she aimed little higher  in her .303 range firing she’ll hit the target. Her target audience was middle class educated and gainfully employed desi women or desi s, she did reach some in multiple ways and desi men of course came on their own.

Year I

These three years have been a very productive journey with personal ups and downs. In the first year she learned to use gchat and started chatting with her readers beyond GGTS. Few of those interacting with her were curious about her identity and asked too many personal questions. Curiosity is understandable but inquisitiveness is unwelcome. Those who respected DG never asked any personal question of identification are still around. Four of those readers and co bloggers have kept in touch from time to time through gchat and gtalk given their personal trials and constraints on time. This is a shout out to @IHM, @Bikram, @Anju Ghandhi and @STIC. During this time DG wrote regularly and posted lots of analytical material that was self explanatory and was designed to be used as self help. She answered each comment in great detail and supported numerous women to the extent of making personal international calls. As a survivor working outside the system she felt strongly to hold every hand that reached out. There was also an attempt to highjack GGTS that was foiled and DG learned to post copy right inscription and how to monitor use of her moniker.

Year II

In the year two her posts became fewer given her personal engagements but she regularly followed up with her comment writers through personal emails. Self doubt is a root characteristic of abused people until they understand the basics of abuse they keep fighting every well researched reason you offer.  Once they get hold of basics of relationship between love and abuse; how it operates and it’s cyclic nature they sooner or later make a decision. Once they reach the decision they don’t need much help from DG they quickly move on. While on an international trips she kept regular check on comments and gmail. While on one such trip an abused woman reached out to DG she gave her hours of one on one attention through live chat and resources yet she came back few months later to seek answer to same questions. DG did observe distressed comment writers had a pattern they kept coming back with same questions and seeking DG’s attention. She felt disappointed and defeated because either those readers were not getting it or thought DG was idle waiting for them to ping her.

It is interesting during this period DG was like everybody else dealing with her personal stuff too. These women who desperately sought her vanished she hoped they moved on. As usual DG regularly followed up with them. Most had made a decision and had moved on but none found it worth to let DG know that her hours of one on one personal attention paid off or not.  It is then DG started struggling with the thought what do readers owe a blogger? Comment, acknowledgement or formal greetings! Guess, not a thing. These were people who could not afford therapy, life coaches or any kind of professional help given their circumstances were counting on someone who could be there for them.

It is then a woman wrote a comment and asked DG if she could send her a personal email. A globetrotting successful professional trapped in emotionally abusive marriage. DG spoke to her couple of times coordinating her schedule to the different time zone. Then DG finds an email reading, “Sorry DG….I have let you down….I can fight no more…..” What is DG suppose to make of it? Those were scary 24 hours, few of you have been part of that scare helping DG find out if the writer was safe. It was a fake id and fake name what could DG do, count her blessings and pray for the safety of the writer. If DG suspects the person she is in communication with is in danger in anyway be it from someone else or from self she’ll do everything in her power to make sure they are safe. But she can’t help you if you don’t want to help yourself. Next day this person apologized and few days later vanished and just reappeared a month ago. DG is glad she made her decision and is getting back her life but had no interest to inform DG about it. Did she have to? Nopes, not at all.

It is then DG started receiving occasional personal emails from young desi men who were interested to learn about improving their personal relationships and learn about healthy ways of conflict resolution. One even wrote a guest post about his reclamation journey. DG continued making international calls when and where a person in need appeared. DG misses Gbuzz it was a good place to initiate discussions on wide variety of topics with wide range of audience.

Year III

Year three has been pretty slow for DG’s writing efforts. It is not that she ran out of topics or she is burnt out. She is just not motivated to write because some people are assuming she is on a rescue mission. Rather at times it makes her angry that all this time and effort she has put into GGTS is of no use if some support seekers do not even have basic etiquette about how to seek help irrespective of the fact there is a post on that too.   To amuse herself she started a 30 day rant but that too fizzled out within a week. She has put out enough material in the form of posts, pages and comments for anyone to read and learn. But still there are people who have no regard for the work she has put forward who still expect to be spoon fed instead of digging the posts and comments carefully. Few friends of GGTS, suggested and helped in starting a nominal fee based service for those who can afford but very few people opted for that. Even when they could afford to pay this demonstrates how serious they are about the relationship issues they are dealing with.

If one is sick one seeks best treatment or tries to find the best remedy. If your relationship is sick you seek the cheapest solution and advice; browse blogs seek total strangers who judge you and shred you. This is how important desi relationships are. DG has worked hard to keep GGTS a rant free space. Few co bloggers have forwarded her emails from their readers who are in need of help. It feels good that peers think DG can help but the truth is she can only do as much. No one can help you if you don’t want to help yourself. It is hard to stay focused when you are abused, you are depressed and are on a constant guard to avoid next assault either emotional or physical or both but you have to do what you have to do to get from point A to point B. DG is there to walk with you from point A to point B but you have to take the first step she can’t do that for you. Be informed, browse around and read GGTS.

Rules of Engagement

DG is still making those international calls. There are readers who are in touch with her through personal emails and who genuinely check with her from time to time. As a reader you do not owe her a thing, just don’t fake interest in her well-being. Don’t expect her to share her personal struggles with you, here she is a service provider and is bound by professional ethics. She’ll let you know what you need to know. She has already shared a lot about her personal life. Just know when you ping her she responds but that does not mean she is sitting idle she makes time for you. She doesn’t give a hoot what you think about her but respect her time.

Post Logue

True, this post doesn’t sound like regular anniversary posts you read elsewhere. GGTS, is a different space and so is DG, very unapologetic. She is humbled by the love she has received here. She is grateful for the friends she has made. A best asset a woman can have is her head over her shoulders and strong women in her life than dysfunctional men. This is a shout out for you all gals who have stood with DG- Preeti, Julia, Alison, Narcolovelies . A best asset a man can have is to grow some spine and yank that uncut umbilical chord. DG has some relatively functional male supporters of her cause as peers and comrades. There are a good number of male subscribers of GGTS now even a male blog is following GGTS, God know how they plan to liberate men by reading A Desi Girl’s Guide to Relationship Survival. DG writes poetry on facebook you can join her there. Yes, even DG needs help from time to time some angles have been walking DG from point A to point B every day. They are angles so they cannot be identified.

Stay safe and stay happy, healthy and holy until we touch base again.

31 Responses to “GGTS is 3”

  1. Shruti July 17, 2013 at p07 #

    DG, Where are you? Wrote an email to you but no response. Hope you are fine.

    Loving Shruti,
    DG is doing better now, thanks for checking on her.
    Yes, she got your email but before she could respond gmail changed the inbox settings so now she doesn’t know where her starred emails are located.🙂 tech challenges as she is…
    Give her love to your little boy. Ping her on gmail when you have time.
    Lots of love,
    Peace,
    DG

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    • Shruti July 19, 2013 at p07 #

      Thank you for replying DG. I was very worried. Wish you lots of happiness and the best of health.

      Lots of love,
      Shruti

      Lots of love to you too. Shruti, just know DG values your presence in her world.

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  2. SS April 4, 2013 at p04 #

    Do you have a Twitter account I can follow?

    Yes, #girlsguidetosurvival

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  3. Shakti Ghosal March 27, 2013 at p03 #

    What could you do to get back to your passion which is blogging? How could you be supported in that?

    Shakti

    @Shakti Ghosal,
    Welcome to GGTS, a safe space.
    Thank you for your kind words, yes DG was in need of lots of support to get back to writing, your words did help or else some readers had made it really impossoble to stay motivated.
    I am back.
    Please share this message of hope with anyone who may benefit.
    Peace,
    Desi Girl

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  4. Shruti February 5, 2013 at p02 #

    It is quite upsetting to know that some woman is bullying you so much.
    DG, your posts are quite well researched, detailed and very well written. Your posts have helped me fix many problems in my life and I have helped many of friends by guiding them to some of your posts. I am very very thankful and grateful to you for being the agent of change in my life.
    I can understand how difficult it must be for you to reply to the comments on the blog. It must be taking so much thought, dedication, time, and commitment. You are being too generous to offer women personal advice. I know many women who need counseling, but are either not fine with the idea of going to a counselor or won’t take so much effort to go to one. It is very kind of you to offer such service. I believe it is a good thing to charge people; otherwise the advice is not taken seriously. People have to take effort, financially, physically and emotionally to sort out their issue.
    If, instead of appreciating you for the fantastic work you are doing, some woman is being abusive to you, she should be ashamed of herself. If she is abusing the person who is try to help her, then she is always going to be sad.

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  5. iniyaal January 7, 2013 at p01 #

    Happy to know that GGTS completes three years. Wish DG and GGTS many more years of blogging and support to men and women in relationship troubles. The emotional and psychological clarity that I see in your posts have very few parallels. You are making this world and safer and happier place for many.

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  6. iniyaal January 7, 2013 at p01 #

    Happy to know that GGTS completes three years🙂 Wish DG and GGTS many more years of support and help to women and men in relationship troubles.

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  7. Formerly Anon December 30, 2012 at p12 #

    A website allows anyone to anonymously upload any woman’s photo and contact information, then publicly accuses them of prostitution. They demand $100 from each woman to take the listing off their site. If that’s not extortion, I don’t know what is.

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  8. Deeps December 24, 2012 at p12 #

    Congratulations on completing three years of blogging, DG! Keep writing, keep making a difference, like you always do..

    Heres wishing you all the best!

    Thank you, Deeps

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  9. Formerly Anon December 4, 2012 at p12 #

    This is where Indian feminists differ from their western counterparts:
    Paying for sex: Women’s groups call for EU-wide ban

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  10. Glacier November 8, 2012 at p11 #

    “Self doubt is a root characteristic of abused people…”

    This is it, there is nothing else to it. Abused keep holding out for a reason that perhaps they are wrong about the abuser. This happens because the abused are good people and they have genunine feelings however the abuser is playing it dirty. Unless the abused play the same game and see the abuser as the wrong one they will never get rid of the pestilience.

    Once the doubt is resolved everything else will fall into place. The absolutely worst kind of absuer is the covert narcissist hidden behind a facade of kindness. Atleast the ignorant and physically absuive is front of your eyes but what is one supposed to do about the covert hidden form of cruelty. Perfect to the world and lovingly cruel behind closed doors, planning, conniving, inducing guilt, subtle control the list goes on & on.

    Just remember one thing, the abuser’s whole world is house of cards. Once you stop playing the game the house crumbles and abuser is defeated. You hold the cards not the abuser, it is real shame that the abuser work their whole lives building the facade and one move from the abused can bring them down.

    What worked for me essentially is tight lips, neutral face, pretending to be interested in my abuser’s game while preparing in the background for my exit. When the oppurtunity came I did. Remember, be absolutely merciless, don’t give the abuser chances otherwise you will waste your life.

    Keep up the work DG.

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    • Glacier November 8, 2012 at p11 #

      spelling mistakes in my post, sorry DG.

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  11. vishvanaathjee November 6, 2012 at p11 #

    Congratulations on completing three years.
    May you blog on forever.
    Glad to be back.
    Regards and best wishes
    GV

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  12. desibahu October 23, 2012 at p10 #

    I think because this website is so easy to find online that in the last three years it must have been an eye opener for many, many desi women. We have our own culture and our own system, no matter where we live, what religion we are, and whether we are first generation, second, or third.
    I know for me it was like my blindfolds have been taken off! I can understand the why MIL, SIL, DH, and other family members behave the way they do. I think one of the most important things that I realized was that I was not alone. One of the most important messages that DG stated was, “if it hurts, it’s not love”.

    @desibahu,

    Thank you, welcome back to GGTS, a safe space.
    DG is glad you got her message.
    Now share it with others.
    Peace,
    Desi Girl

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  13. Better late than never October 17, 2012 at p10 #

    I have been a silent follower of your blog and its like a bible to me. I wish i had chanced upon something like this when i was going through 6 years of a sham of a marriage….would have brought so much clarity to my screwed up thought. But like the saying goes…better late than never

    @Better late than never,

    Welcome to GGTS, a safe space.
    Thank you. Be silent no more. Silent only breeds isolation and frustration. Silence is golden only when it is a choice not forced upon. Survivors ought to speak to give hope to those still amidst the crisis.

    Now you know better you’ll make better choices.
    Please share this message of hope with anyone who may benefit.
    Peace,
    Desi Girl

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    • Better late than never October 18, 2012 at p10 #

      Totally agree with you DG. I am silent no more, also because I have nothing to hide..no shame no guilt..I am FREE and proud of standing up for what i belive in. I shared my story here http://desigheeandcoffee.wordpress.com/2010/07/18/this-is-my-story/ and was so glad to receive appreciation and encouragement from some of my fav people in my virtual world- Shail, IHM, Ritu etc.

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  14. Nina October 17, 2012 at p10 #

    Way to go gurl..!!! and all the very best for coming years

    I was slow , I must have given you hard time by asking same questions time and again…but I was scared to make the first move.But finally I did.But I am glad that you were there with me.

    It’s nice to know that there people who are compassionate enough to go beyond and above to help a complete stranger.

    I am glad that I met you

    @Nina,
    Welcome back to GGTS, a safe space.
    DG doesn’t recall and can’t identify you. She is glad she could help and you have moved on.
    She expect people to know she makes time she is not sitting idle and waiting to rescue someone.
    We make choices and we pay for them. Make smart choices and get smart results.
    Good luck with everything.
    Please share this message of hope with anyone who may benefit.
    Peace,
    Desi Girl

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  15. 498aabused October 16, 2012 at p10 #

    DG, what message would you like to give to the millions of girls misusing dowry laws these days ? Do you have any word of advice ?

    @498aabused,
    Welcome to GGTS, a safe space.
    What part of GGTS screams advice? DG gives advice to none. Why should DG advice anyone? Who is paying her? She offers researched based best practices and it is each reader’s personal choice to subscribe to it or not.

    First of all give the source of the millions you just mentioned. GGTS is entrenched in evidence based best practices so please give the source and there after we’ll go ahead to next point.

    About misuse of 498A, DG had a legitimate case if you have read GGTS then you’ll know. She came out with a shirt on her back and never looked back, it was not and it is not easy even now but life goes one. Forget misuse DG could not even use 498A. You asking her to give advice to misusers is like rubbing salt on wounds.🙂

    Please go ahead and give as much advice you want no one is stopping you.
    By the way what advice you have for rapists, baby girl killers, prostitution mongers, dowry murderers, witch hunters…?

    More than focusing on who is abusing the law the emphasis should be on by someone is doing so? Abuse of 498A stems from the same system that demands dowry as a collateral for a woman’s safety and a roof over her head. Fix the institution of marriage, spend more time on knowing the person you are going to marry than on the band baja and unsubscribe patriarchy and things will get better.

    Please share this message of hope with anyone who may benefit.
    Peace,

    Desi Girl

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  16. Indian Homemaker October 16, 2012 at p10 #

    Keep blogging DG!!!

    Thank you @IHM.

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  17. American Punjaban October 16, 2012 at p10 #

    Happy Birthday to you!
    Happy Birthday to you!!
    😀

    You know, if it is difficult for you to maintain the blog, your personal affairs and still give your readers the personal attention you desire, it could be very beneficial to list places women can go for help right on your sidebar. I would be willing to help you by passing along all the links I just got for an upcoming blog post. I got so many good links to post where people can find help in India for all kinds of things related to domestic abuse including rescue help, financial help, etc. Shoot me an email (american punjaban pi at gmail – no spaces) or hit me up on facebook. You can openly refer readers to the various organizations. I have phone numbers and websites.

    I also found some great resources for Asian women in the US who are victims of domestic abuse. I can pass on any kind of resources you want if you decide to include them. There should be more bloggers who take a person interest like you do.

    @American Punjaban,
    Welcome to GGTS, a safe space.
    Thank you for your good wishes.
    DG has spent half her life working in this field both professionally and academically. She has not only international resource manual handy but also is a member of one of the larges women’s organization working in the grassroots in India. She is not interested in putting any kind of resources because any one who is capable of finding GGTS can google and find resources too. DG’s job is specialized one, she deconstructs theories in lay person language and works one on one in cases where someone is stuck and not able to make a head way.
    Your suggestion is appreciated and you may please put resources etc. on your blog.

    Please share this message of hope with anyone who may benefit.
    Peace,
    Desi Girl

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  18. Huzaifa October 16, 2012 at p10 #

    The narcissus in the wilderness mourns a million years-
    Bemoaning the apathy doomed to be its destiny
    Only once in a blue moon does a spectator alight-
    To discern and appreciate its blooming beauty

    time does fly fast indeed. I have been in touch with DG for only about a year and I feel like it was ages ago. This blog kept serving me well when i was in need of advice and like a lantern in dark nights it cleared the way for me. That i was able to overcome a very tough period in my life quickly is largely due to the timely explanations of this blog. I offer DG my heartfelt congratulations on the third b’day of her blog. I wish her and her blog a very prosperous life.

    @Huzaifa,
    Thank you.
    Please share this message of hope with anyone you think may benefit.
    Peace,
    DG

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  19. Harish Krishnan October 16, 2012 at p10 #

    Also, I remember that scare. Those chat exchanges and trying to find out her location. But as you said, in the end it was just another comment.

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  20. Harish Krishnan October 16, 2012 at p10 #

    Wish you all the best and the support DG🙂

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  21. Haresh Patel October 16, 2012 at p10 #

    Keep up the fantastic work, DG🙂

    All the best!

    Please keep writing if possible and help as many people as possible🙂

    @Haresh,
    Thank you. DG can only help those who are willing to be helped, you know that. She can’t rescue people though🙂
    Please share this message of hope with anyone who may benefit.
    Peace,
    Desi Girl

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  22. preetid October 16, 2012 at p10 #

    Happy Birthday to GGTS ..
    I am glad i visited this site and I met you through it … you taught me how to count my blessings .Love you DG .

    I miss the regular updates , but at the same time I agree GGTS is the sea of information and sometimes I do revisit old posts to get a new insight on situations . I have shared this site with many friends though am not sure how many actually would be reading it . As you said they need quick fix answer not researched piece of advice. And it does need some gall to accept that you and people around you can be in abusive relationships. acceptance is the first step towards cure.

    Keep writing and always be the DG you are ..love u🙂

    Thank you.
    Keep sharing this message of hope with anyone you think may benefit may be they’ll read.
    Love you too girl.
    DG

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  23. Himanshu Rai October 16, 2012 at p10 #

    I have not read much post but have visited silently for reading when intrigued on the relationship matters. Congrats and thanks for your lucid style of making it easy to understand such complex issues in a such an easy language.

    DG, I am much happy to see three years and you are writing with the same zeal and intensity.🙂

    @Himanshu Rai,
    Thank you.
    How are 500 days of summer?
    Please share this message of hope with anyone who may benefit.
    Peace,
    Desi Girl

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  24. Bikramjit Singh Mann October 16, 2012 at p10 #

    balle balle THREE years gone by oh my oh my , can you believe it .. it was just like yesterday when we actually had our arguments over various issues ..

    Congratulations DG.. and Very well done on all that you have achieved especially talking to others .. We need good people like you to listen to our problems and give a good reply .. and good people make this world a awesome place to live in ..

    oh yes i remember the chats and emails we have and HAD.. the arguments went on there too.. But i am glad that the arguments never ever were personal and not taken to heart by either of us .. it was what is called a healthy banter.

    Happy birthday to your blog and many many more yearssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

    Thank you, and thank you. Yes, I recall our mighty ideological fights where we both said the same thing in different words and tones. It is always pleasure catching up with you.
    DG

    This desi country song has some fond memories

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  25. Pooja Sharma Rao October 16, 2012 at p10 #

    what a meta-poetic write for an anniversary DG ! keep the good work going ! best wishes always.

    @Pooja Sharma Rao,

    Welcome to GGTS, a safe space.
    Thank you.
    Please share this message of hope with anyone who may benefit.
    Peace,
    Desi Girl

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    • MC Kali October 16, 2012 at p10 #

      Happy Anniversary a beautiful safe space, DG!

      I have thought of you recently, wondering how you are doing and hoping it’s all very well. After a year where I moved house 3 times in 9 months due to economics (fortunately NOT due to breakup or stalking), I can say that the DG attitude of your blog voice certainly was one voice that I chose to call upon within myself to keep going with the unexpected flow…

      Due to the upheavals, I looked more closely at the divorced woman exile story I was carrying, and realized it didn’t serve me, so I just chucked it!!! Yes I did.

      I now just refer to myself as a single woman, period – and am shamelessly content to live my life apart from the biological fam and ex in laws and free from self-shaming in dealing with any potential future in-laws, if I marry again. Am counting my blessings, and it’s a good feeling.

      Would love to read any posts you might write about your life now. You have keen observations skills and insightful reflections.

      @MC Kali,
      Welcome to GGTS, a safe space.
      DG is happy for you that you have moved on and found a new identity and are content with your life.
      Identities are fluid and are always in transition. They are like lies we are told some we choose to believe and some we create. What ever story we accept the imposed or self created sets the direction of our lives.
      DG identifies herself as single and childless by choice and very blessed person who has nothing in particular to complaint about. There is a body and body has maintenance issues so why crib just fix it.
      All the posts on GGTS are about DG’s past and present. She takes every day as a blessing and lives it to best of her abilities.
      This year DG’s pals are ganging upon her to send her on a date. It is already mid October they have not yet succeeded let us see where it leads to. Either way it will be interesting and DG will do a post about it.
      Wish you all the best with future endeavors.
      Please share this message of hope with anyone who may benefit.
      Peace,
      Desi Girl

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      • Julia October 17, 2012 at p10 #

        Thanks for your kind words DG. When I first started reading GGTS I was (and am) a white American woman dating a desi man-that relationship was over and DG was very supportive during the entire process. She also gave me an amazing perspective into lives of women from another culture and made me acutely aware of my privilege as a white, western woman.

        HAPPY BIRTHDAY GGTS!

        @Julia,
        Welcome back to GGTS, a safe space.
        Thank you, DG enjoys chatting with you coz’ we both don’t judge each other.
        Peace,
        Desi Girl

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