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Changing Shades Of Togetherness


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Changing shades of togethernessIf your work often brings you into contact with married couples, like my consultation as a Tarot practitioner does, over a period of time you begin to notice a distinct difference in partners’ attitudes, usually depending on the vintage of the marriage. In this context, I am specially referring to the need for togetherness, and the way people’s attitude changes towards it, with time.

Among young people, who have been married just a few months or years, one encounters wives who yearn for their husbands to spend more time with them, help them with household chores, try to see their point of view – in short, take the place of the friends and family they left behind when they got married. In these cases, the husbands seem aware they are treading a difficult path. They steal a few moments with their friends every now and then, while attempting to stay true to the ‘family man’ image their wives have obviously built for them. In front of their friends, men may pretend as if they don’t care about their wives’ expectations or needs, but in fact they do, a lot. Young husbands also look for togetherness – a partner who finally looks up to them, gives them unconditional love and acceptance, and makes them qualified to be that wonderful thing: fathers!

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Tied By Tradition: Her


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Tied by TraditionHer best friend from school, the one with the dimples, had also been given away in marriage to a man much older than her. But at least her husband was kind, she recalled. When her friend came back to the village to spend a few days with her parents, she spoke of how her husband bought her presents – fruit, bangles, cassettes of the latest dance hits from films, on his way home from work.

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Beauty and the bride


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Beauty and the brideYour wedding is just a few weeks or months away and you’re looking for some kind of instant remedies that will aid you look your best on your big day. Though there is absolutely no doubt that every woman looks her very best on this day but a little extra care can help to make you look sensational.

Though it is a joyous occasion one can hardly say that it is a stress free occasion for either the bride or the bride-groom. Missed meals and lack of sleep are common. All this has an impact on the appearance of the skin and hair. So, here are some simple, easy to follow, time tested and tried ways of getting gorgeous skin and hair within a short span of time.

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A great wedding need not be an expensive one


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Indian WeddingThere is absolutely no doubt about the fact every would be bride and bride groom want their wedding to be a memorable occasion not just for them but also for their guests. So, what is that magic mantra that will make this possible? Some say it is pots and oodles of money. But I say that is smart planning and clever use of available resources including money. With a dash of creativity thrown in.

With the concept of the big fat Indian wedding gaining popularity worldwide and newer areas of specialization, in the fashion and jewellery industry which have an obvious focus on the marriage market, planning and prioritizing have gained a great deal of significance in preventing dream weddings from getting translated into waking nightmares.

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All fun. No hassles


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Wedding ConsultantsWho needs a wedding consultant? You can easily say “Oh I can plan my own wedding. I do not need help at all, after all what can a wedding consultant do that I can not do on my own?” Sounds like you?

The reality is that a wedding consultant can help you make your wedding day a hassle-free occasion. The consultant usually begins by helping you determine a budget. With that number in mind she/he can recommend the best vendors you can afford.

The next step is negotiating a deal with these vendors and that is where the wedding consultant service comes in. Someone who plans dozens of weddings a year has more bargaining power then you will have on your own. With these years of experience she/he knows all the different vendors, caterers, banquet halls and other people in the business and may even have a special packaged deal on offer.

Making important decisions can be difficult when stress levels are high, but you will not need to worry if you have a wedding consultant to guide you through the entire process. So toward the end of your big day, you might well be saying: “Oh yes, I couldn’t have done it all by myself!”

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