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Archive for October, 2007



Together on the road of Love


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On the road of loveIt is no accident or coincidence that some of the most romantic films, that have captured our imagination and tugged at our heartstrings, from ‘Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin’ to DDLJ and others, show a couple traveling together, going through adventures that make them see how important they are to each other’s life.

Being together on life’s journey is an important experience that brings out many of the qualities that we admire in our partners. The romance of travel, exposing us as it does to scenes and settings quite removed from our day-to-day world, enhances the experience of love between two people Or does it?

Men after Marriage


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Men after MarriageLove may be blind but marriage is an eye-opener. Oh yes, we hear a lot of these cliches especially when the wedding bells are just about to start tolling. And it’s usually the woman who’s at the receiving end of all these jokes. How unfair is the world?

Men claim that women change too much after marriage. The biggest problem with men is that they don’t change enough. Most men hate to change their lifestyle, their routine, their habits… And you cannot take the biggest step in your life without altering the way you think and live. Men generally feel it’s too much of an effort to change.

To Love or Like… What’s more important?


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Love or LikeIt’s been over three years now and three years is a long time for anyone to be caught on the horns of a dilemma and not be able to resolve it. But where the heart is involved anything is possible. Ask Shilpa, a 26 year old, attractive young lady who can’t decide whether she ought to marry P or settle down with T.

“I like everything about P,” she confesses. “He’s dependable, strong and anchored in the same kind of family values I believe in.. But it’s T I love and there are many things about him that I don’t like, his arrogance for one thing. I don’t like the fact that T is too possessive about me.” Gosh, that must be some dilemma! Liking one guy, but loving another! Is this normal?

Hey dude, are you ready for marriage?


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Ready for Marriage?Mom has been after you to settle down. Says she wants to see her grandchildren before she breathes her last. Dad too has been saying pretty much the same thing.

Your best friend has just tied the knot and it’s been a nice experience visiting him and his new wife; watching her fuss over your friend has kindled a hitherto unacknowledged desire in you to have someone young and pretty as your companion as well. The only difference is that you want a working woman, smart and hep, able to claim her own space in this world.

Pulling those marital punches


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Marital punchesAt a fairly early stage of our marriage, on one of my mother’s visits to our home, when I was cribbing bitterly to her about my husband’s inordinate fondness for cricket, and his habit of disappearing on Sundays to play matches, he smiled a wicked smile and said, ‘I think I will stop playing cricket, and start playing another sport.’

‘What sport?’ I asked breathlessly.