I have been meaning to write to you since I read Overloving by Hadia Tariq in the issue of 27 October. It was a very interesting take on overindulgence by parents. The writer’s analogy of reward using the contents of Us magazine drew a laugh from me. I hope this piece was read by parents of Us readers. As a parent, I like to keep a watch on what my children read, and I also agree that reward should be given as a result of something worthwhile done by the recipient. Autumnal disposition by Amna Ameer was another beautiful article. And, last but not least was the cover story, Think pink by Sameen Amer. Raising awareness of this killer disease (cancer) is very important and I really appreciate Us magazine for doing its bit.
Mrs S. Siddiqui, Karachi
In the issue of 20 October, I read Surviving in the corporate world by Terry in the Dear Diary segment. Oh, it was mind-blowing and so relatable. Good to know I am not the only one suffering at the hands of spiteful bosses. Do I sound mean? I don’t mean to, but working under people who are not even competent and taking undue criticism has a way of making anyone bitter. All the diary entries have been excellent, and I wish Terry all the best. In last week’s issue (3 November), I loved the cover story Breakfasts from around the world by Gulrukh Tausif; it was light and informative.
Miss Anonymous, Lahore
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