"It is time for us to start conversations around these misfit stories and talk about things that are often ignored."
Have you ever felt out of place in society, your culture, or even your own family? Do you feel like you're fighting against what is expected of you based on norms, traditions and values? Would you consider yourself a misfit? You're not alone.
Shruti Mishra's MISFIT is a book filled with personal stories and researched data that explores the intersection of social stigmas and stereotypes, controversial and outdated traditions, social values, and unpopular opinions and choices. It touches on self-exploration, difference of perspective based on gender, and aspects of human life. You'll explore issues within major topics such as:
- Love, marriage, and family
- Education and community
- Wealth and social standing
If you love to connect with others on a deeper level, feel passionate about social issues, or have ever felt like an outcast, MISFIT belongs on your bookshelf. It's time to live life on your terms; no one should feel unwanted, unheard, or like a misfit. Remember, you are the main character in your own story and no one can play your role better than you.