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Archive for December, 2007



Shopping Styles…and Spouses


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Shopping Styles and SpousesHe walks into a shop, finds what he wants in five minutes flat, and wants to leave. She walks into the same shop, browses the home accessories section, looks at the perfumes and jewellery, asks for his advice about some cushions for the children’s room, then spends an hour trying out night wear in the ladies changing room.

By the time they walk to the car park, ready to go home, an argument just happens.

“Very early on, my husband and I realized that it was best that we shop separately,” says Mamta, who has been married eight years and is a self-confessed ‘retail-therapist’. “We ended up getting into fights every time we went shopping together. So I started going to the shops with my friends, my mother, sister, cousins, colleagues. And he would shop for whatever he wanted whenever he got the time. Only around Diwali do we go shopping as a family. Even then, both of us have to try very hard not to irritate each other, or get into a fight. The years have taught us self-control.”

The Search for Mr. Right


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Mr. RightHow many times have I heard friends swoon and giggle and talk about the one great momentous event in their lives, that of having found Mr. Right. I still remember Shampurna (who is better known as Shampoo) shining bright as the daylight as she introduced Pijush to us. She just couldn’t stop talking about him. We were all so happy for her having found Mr. Right. And by the end of three months of dating just when we were expecting the wedding announcement. There was Shampoo completely heartbroken and shattered. Whatever happened? How did Mr. Right who seemingly did everything right suddenly go so wrong?

Well, the simplest answer will probably be, “all that glitters is not gold.’  Most of the times we get taken in by certain traits, mannerisms or looks that appeal to us. So, rule number one is to look beyond the superficial. According to psychologist and relationship expert Dr. Julia Hare, “the best looking, most romantic and extremely sexually appealing men and women need not be the best mate.’ Women sometimes get carried away by highly qualified and successful men. According to Dr. Hare even that is not an accurate yardstick.

Preventing The Dowry Menace


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Dowry MenaceDowry has been outlawed in India since 1961 – close to fifty years ago. And yet, even today, the papers have enough news reports to suggest that this menace has not only been rooted out of society, but still finds enough acceptance among some families to pose a very serious threat to women’s lives and health.

One case, that recently made headlines in Chennai newspapers, is a frightening instance of dowry related violence. A 23 year old woman, married to a software engineer in the US, lies in a hospital bed with 52 fractures, paralysed on one side of her body and unable to speak because of damage to her brain. She is also seven months pregnant. Her family alleges that she was physically tortured at home by in-laws, then pushed out of a moving car in the sixth month of her pregnancy.

The Ten Rules of Sex Etiquette


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Sex EtiquetteCongratulations! So you’ve made it from that awkward stage of post acquaintanceship to something more meaningful. On the way you’ve made a world of discoveries about each other, which have made you both feel the spark that brought you together might blaze into a beautiful conflagration of desire. Great. Now, you’re moving towards the most exciting and private of domains – the bedroom.

With bated breath and pent up excitement you’ve gotten past your million inhibitions and made it to the point where you need to merge in every which way – literally. Could anything now go awry for either of you? Not if you observe certain basic rules of sex etiquette and know that men and women are wired differently.

Understanding the mystique of Sexual chemistry


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Sexual ChemistryHave you ever observed the vibes in a room when two people who’ve got this special something going between them, happen to be there at the same time? They may not be going steady with each other nor even be people who in normal circumstances might choose each other as partners, but yet there is this certain tautness, a certain intangible but palpable energy that passes between them and you can somehow feel it.

There is a much touted word that best describes this condition. It’s called sexual chemistry. Even if you choose to omit out the sexual part of it, there’s no denying the fact that sexual attraction has a lot to do with this condition.