“Hi honey, I’ve just left work and am on my way home”, said the newly married husband to his wife.” A few months pass. The wife calls the husband since hasn’t heard from him all day. “Hi, have invited a few friends over. When will you be home?” “In a meeting. Will be delayed”, is… Read more Is your tone as dry as a bone?
Grass is greener on the other side of the fence and so is someone’s else’s marriage. Yardstick – the social media. FB pictures, WhatsApp display pictures, status messages are some common avenues to represent a ‘certain’ kind of marital success. Such virtual representation is driven by a need to induce a certain kind of image… Read more How truly do you represent your relationship?
Fibbing is a part of every human nature. Harmless, yet dangerous when overdone and overused – especially in relationships. I very recently met a couple who was in terrible marital distress, thanks to the fibbing nature of the husband. Being brought up in a conventional patriarchal family, where the father was very autocratic, fibbing became… Read more Be exclusive and not delusive with your partner
No marriage guarantees to last forever with all its passion and connection intact. A fact known by all but believed by some. A couple tying the knot is under a spell which makes them believe their marriage will be very different from all other marriages and that their love would last forever. Superlatively positive yet… Read more Set your marriage right with the right skillset
Most of the parents who come to me complaint about their teenagers not listening to them. They seem to defy them about anything and everything – right from not eating right, not studying enough to wasting time on their gadgets et. al. Rebelliousness in terms of not taking a shower on time or not wearing… Read more Sow right to grow right
Technology infused times have an apparent bearing on contemporary relationships. Thanks to it, courting couples are continuously connected – a boon and a bane indeed. Being connected feels phenomenal and how. But that hardly lasts. And technology is not the standalone factor for the short shelf life of that initial connect brimming with bliss. Technology… Read more Trust your partner and not technology
The most common complaint couples come to me with is they have fallen out of love with their partner. The same person they were madly in love with and couldn’t imagine their world without has become a stranger or a burden. Love has flown out of the window. It’s a big challenge when a partner… Read more Don’t fall out of love
Relationships are complex. A fact known to all. The latest study reveals, genes play a major role in depicting what kind of a partner one would be – warm and supportive or cold and indifferent. So, does it mean one needs to check out the genetics of one’s prospective partner before getting into a serious… Read more Genes or jeans seek the right fit
Out of the many ‘firsts’ for my son, his recent train joinery was a ‘first’ which turned out to be rather intriguing. In his articulate differences between train and rail travel, he distinctly pointed out his affinity towards trains. The most pronounced difference was the amount of freedom he felt while on the train. With… Read more Bound to feel bound?