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NOT TONIGHT DARLING


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Not Tonight DarlingIt’s 10.30 at night. The children have dropped off to sleep. The last dirty plate has been removed from the table and placed in the sink. Hastily picking up articles from the floor, cleaning up the kitchen and clearing up the general mess, the lady of the house stifles a yawn, knowing it will be quite awhile before she can call it a day. For waiting in the wings, is her stressed-out husband, anxiously wanting to release his pent-up passion.

It will not do to annoy him. She can prevaricate at best. Feign a headache which eventually becomes all too real. Plead tiredness perhaps. But eventually it’s got to be gone through.

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Money Matters In Marriage


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Money Matters in MarriageFew things cause as much friction as financial hassles in marriage. The earliest memory I have of discord breaking out in our family was over money disagreements. “I need money for today’s expenses.” “But I gave you money just yesterday. What happened to it?” And the scene used to be set for a very long and disagreeable argument that never got resolved between my parents as far as I can remember.

As a naïve adolescent I used to fool myself into believing that ‘when I grow up I will let love win over everything, including lack of money.’ Over the years however, I discovered through my own personal experiences and those of my intimate friends that money can make or break marriages and is easily the most volatile issue between husband and wife.

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A Love without conditions


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A Love without conditionsHow often have we heard the words ‘unconditional love’ in the context of parent-child or grandparent-child and just accepted that there is such a thing as love without limitations.. But when it comes to love in marriage, isn’t it something, that most people feel, exists only in movies and books. I for one, do believe that unconditional love is a phenomenon that is pretty rare in marriage.

Is it because we humans tend to demand from others what we are unwilling to give ourselves?. If we haven’t been able to love ourselves as we are, pimples, warts, bulges and all, how then can we extend that kind of love to anyone else whose faults are inevitably obvious to us?

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THE SMILE OF A STRANGER


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The Smile of a StrangerThe two girls sat close together on the wooden plank in companionable silence. This had now become part of their daily routine. The weariness of the day always seemed to melt away in each other’s company.. But today was different. Sneha could somehow sense it. Pritha looked unnaturally excited. “So what happened?” she asked.

“I met this guy outside my office, Sneha. He just smiled at me and although I didn’t know him, I smiled back.” Alarmed, Sneha asked, “ How could you smile at a stranger?” For the first time in their relationship, Pritha felt the sting of judgment in Sneha’s tone and she didn’t know how to deal with it. So she kept silent. Sneha touched  her hand gently, saying, “Don’t get upset. You know I’m very concerned about you.”

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