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Archive for September, 2007



Circles Of Worry


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Circles of WorryIf you do not yourself have noticeable dark smudges under your eyes, you will definitely know at least one friend or family member who does. Dark circles under the eyes are a common condition that afflict many, and cause people to turn away from their mirrors in despair. Like other long-term afflictions such as acne, prematurely grey hair, or baldness, dark circles can bring considerable grief to the person who has them, as people tend to notice, remark on their condition, and pass judgement on their lifestyle.

Romance - The way that you love me


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Romance-The way that you love meThis is a scene I’ll never forget. I’m seated in a surgeon’s clinic, all keyed up because I need to undergo a surgery. I run my eyes over the anxious faces of the patients around me and see the same sense of distress in their eyes. Isolated by the forebodings of pain and suffering, each of us seems worried.

Then I see this couple, could be 40, could be less – reading a magazine and laughing over something. The man’s got his arm stretched along the backrest of the sofa and I can see his fingers stroking her cheek. I’m trying to figure out who’s the patient when she looks across at me, smiles and asks, “Surgery?” I nod and she says, “Me too. I have a tumour sitting pretty on my thyroid. I’m scared but he’s being doubly courageous for me.” She winks at her husband and he touches her head with his. I don’t get to meet the lovebirds again but this romantic image of the two remains in my mind and I know I shall always cherish it.

Your relationship is as healthy as you are!


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MigrainesSo, what has health got to do with good relationships?

Everything! And that’s a fact. Your physical state is so deeply linked to your mental and emotional state, to start with. Feel good and you are sure to look good. Look good and it makes you feel good!! So the vibes you send out are cool and confident and you take life as it comes.

But if you are NOT feeling good, it just about affects every aspect of your life. And your relationships. Let’s take a look at a few cases.

Dhamaal: The End of Romance?


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DhamaalA new film is running in theatres that has the potential to change many things about mainstream Hindi cinema. Showing signs of being a hit, and bound to gain some viewers from the prison stint of one of its leading actors – Sanjay Dutt, the film is entertaining enough to have viewers rocking with laughter. And yet, what makes ‘Dhamaal’ such a different film is not the quality of its comedy – it is the complete absence of any boy-girl angle.

Family Ties After Marriage


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Family Ties After MarriageIt may seem strange, but you only have to get married to develop feelings of loyalty towards your own family! You know how it is – you have a dominating father whom you just can’t wait to escape from, or a selfish sibling whom you detest having to share a room with. Just get married and notice your attitude changing – especially when your spouse begins to criticize either of these family members. Your hackles rise, you become defensive, and start pointing out how good your family really is.