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Archive for July, 2008

Love, marriage and Money


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Money and MarriageTwo people, crazily in love eagerly waiting to share their lives talk about everything from the wedding dress to the wedding bed but, what most people leave out of their discussion is what often becomes a bone of contention between the couple - money.

Research shows that in at least forty percent of the divorces that take place money is the root cause of the discord. Another fact that research brings to light is that almost ninety percent of the alter bound couples shy away from talking about money.

According to debt expert Howard Dvorkin, “Fifty percent of all marriages end in dissolution, and the number one reason for that is financial pressure.” If you are about to get married you must realize that besides being a union of two hearts and two souls marriage is also a union of two financial lives. So, it is very important that this aspect of the union be discussed before the knot is finally tied.

E mails and Fidelity


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OutlookThe shock of finding the mail was equal to discovering a snake in her clothes cupboard. Sneha looked disbelievingly at the mail her husband had sent his married colleague. Loaded with camaraderie and affection, this mail mentioned at one point how he would like to take the lady in question to Venice and Paris. Sneha was stunned. She had borrowed her husband’s laptop for a simple task, not realizing the chore of a few minutes would lead to this discovery in his Outlook Express box.

As she ranted at her husband a few minutes later, she was unprepared for his calm reaction. “What is the date of that e mail?” he asked her. Sneha realized that it was almost eighteen months old. At that time, she had noticed her husband’s growing closeness to his colleague, they had fought, discussed and made up – grateful that their marriage had survived another hurdle.

The Bride’s Check List


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Bride's ChecklistYes, a wedding is supposed to be a bride’s most momentous day. Is it any wonder that she should be subject to a million tiny worries in the weeks leading up to her wedding? We capture some of these in our tongue-in-cheek checklist for the bride.

*Have to send out the first invitation card to that chap who’s been pestering me since high school. Imagine! Seven years and he’s still writing me poems hinting of marriage. Must put him out of his misery.

*Must accompany Ma to the shops tomorrow in my lunch hour. Now that we’re getting down to buying the sarees to give away to relatives, I confess I’m running out of steam and enthu…

Fragments of the Past


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RemarriageA chance remark by Subrata as they pulled away from the parking lot at the beach seemed to have put her husband Pravin in a bad mood. “All I said was, ‘Govind loved to eat corn – there was no need to make dinner for him on evenings we came to the beach, he could eat half a dozen of them!’. Actually, it was so unconscious. I was not making any comparisons, or recalling him in an especially fond way. We were at the beach, and there were many corn-sellers, so I got reminded, that’s all.”

But for her husband Pravin, it was as if his life with her was being compared to an earlier, better time, when she had been married to Govind. He stayed silent all the way home, then burst angrily with accusations as soon as they got home. “Are you going to stay drowned in his memories forever?” he asked his wife. “All that you suffered with him is forgotten, isn’t it? You only remember the corn and the beach!” He continued ranting in this way and Subrata had no immediate reply. She was too taken aback by how sensitive her husband could be about what she considered a small and insignificant thing.

The Bridegroom’s Check List


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Bridegroom's checklistThe day of your wedding is approaching and there can be quite a few butterflies in your stomach. We understand, and have therefore put together this check list to get you into the right mood for just about anything!

*Must throw away all those single socks that have somehow accumulated in my drawer. I don’t want to drive her crazy in the first few weeks looking for missing pairs!

*Must similarly get rid of the bottles under the kitchen sink left over from the last party. I don’t want her to get a wrong idea of my intake or my morals.

*Have to get a new pair of glasses by this evening latest. It won’t do for the bridegroom to be seen with cello tape on the right hand stem of his specs.