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Relationship advice: reading men’s body language


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Men's body languageSometimes body language can be even more telling than spoken words. Men can be hard to read, so if you want to learn how to translate your guy’s body language, take a look at these examples:

1. He is seated with his legs crossed, foot facing you.

This position is a good sign! It means that he turned on by you… so lean in for a kiss!

2. He is seated with his legs crossed, foot facing away from you.

Bad sign… this indicates lack of interest. Has he seemed bored lately? Maybe it is time to spice things up, before the flame goes out completely. Beware: if he is seated with his legs crossed, foot facing some other girl, then he has a wandering eye.

2008 Jewellery Trends: What to Buy


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CuffsA one-of-a-kind chunky cocktail ring. Cocktail rings in the coming year shouldn’t be about bling - but about colour. Think jewels and stones in bright, deep colours - the more exotic the better.

Diamond-studded geometric shapes. Forget trashy bling - if you’re a diamond girl, go for sparkle in classic Art Deco geometric shapes, like sharp diamond cuffs or geometric brooches. Stars are also a big motif, so cute diamond or marcasite stars will also get plenty of wear.

Avoid Friction In Relationships


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PersonalityI have seen lot of friction between intelligent people in my life. How to avoid that friction so that one need not regret afterwards?

First - look at the personality of the other person. Is it verbal, emotional or pictorial? A verbal personality loves to talk. You will hear a word such as it sounds well etc from such person. The word sound tells us about that personality. The emotional personality feels. If she/he buys a car, they will try to feel the car with touch and decide. A pictorial personality thinks in pictures. They go into vivid imagination. Once you know the personality of the other person, you have gone one step ahead.

Long distance love a possibility


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Long distance relationshipI was quite surprised when my brother who had been married for a month decided to leave his wife in Hyderabad to complete her post doctoral studies and took up a new job in Guahati. Since, we were very close I asked him, “what’s the point in getting married if you are going to stay separately? “ my brother looked at me and said I know as an outsider it is difficult to understand the logic. But, it is a decision that we made mutually. Besides, it is not a permanent arrangement and we felt it is better for our relationship in the long run.”

This answer reminded me of the old Hindi adage ‘mia biwi raji to kya karega kazi?” Though this may not directly relevant to long distance relationships but simply implies when the people in a relationship have come to a certain agreement the onus and the power of making it successful lies completely with them.

Mission In-laws - Meeting them for the first time


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InlawsYou’re crazily in love and it is time to tie the knot. As soon as that thought appears the next step obviously seems to be getting the families to meet. But the step that precedes this very important step is meeting your in-laws for the first time. This first meeting becomes all the more important because more often than not the first impression is often the last impression.

Besides, research shows that this all important impression is made in less than five minutes. I have seen even the most confident men and women sweating in their shoes at the prospect of meeting and getting the approval of the in-laws to be.

But, honestly speaking there is no need to be nervous. Here are some tips I have collected from people (both men and women) who have made it to the alter with the approval and blessings of the in-laws. Just use these as guidelines and you will definitely succeed in your mission.