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Advice for Dealing with New Relationships


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Couple arguingWhen we are actively dating we sometimes forget what the end game is all about - relationships. We can forget why we are dating in the first place and what we hope to achieve. The result of this is that when we finally meet someone we like and spend time with them and start falling in love, we panic. This doesn’t just apply to the archetypal male, but to women too.

Yes getting involved is scary stuff. Remember this why you are dating in the first place. The end result of dating is a relationship, maybe a long term one, maybe a relationship even leading to marriage. Therefore take your time and get it right.

We can argue all day about when dating becomes a relationship. Maybe after 3 months, maybe after sex. Maybe after meeting their parents, even after moving in together. For some a relationship begins at engagement, for others it occurs the moment the other party agrees to see them again. It doesn’t matter. One day, we all accept that today we are in a  relationship. Okay what should we do to sustain it?

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Nuptial Knots by Rachna Singh


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Nuptial KnotsPublisher : DEPOT (Self Publishing)
Price : Rs.175
No of pages : 180
Released on : December 2008

They say love is blind but marriage is an eye-opener. This is exactly what Rachna Singh conveys through her interesting short stories in Nuptial Knots. The book is interspersed with practical advice in between the narration and this takes you back to your own relationships, with the people that matter in your life.
 
The stories and situations described here are everyday events that reveal little significant details…details that can either make or break your relationships depending on how you deal with them.
 
There is this analogy in the book about a dog that circles a place many times before finally selecting the perfect spot to settle in. That’s how a marriage usually works. The girl enters as a new bride and she has to make a place for herself slowly, by observing the people around her and making delicate choices. 

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Dealing with Disagreeable People


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Disagreeable PeopleThey lurk everywhere. In the crooks and corners of everyday life, the winding corridors of power and fame and even in the cocoon of your home and hearth. I’m talking about those disagreeable people who often surface in our lives to jolt us out of our silly illusions about the Buddha nature that is alive and kicking in every human being.

And the sad part is that they remain an integral part of our lives. Only those mortals who have an extraordinary dollop of luck on their side can ever hope to never experience the burden of their company.

How many of us have not encountered the meanness in someone who will have everything her own way and who cannot brook the slightest show of opposition? I know a few such people and I must confess I’m scared to death of being in their vicinity for any length of time. I vividly recall the scathing comments of one such miserable, so called friend of mine. (Experts believe it is their own unacknowledged misery and deep self-contempt that causes people to be cruel and disagreeable).

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Book review - The Secret


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The SecretThe human mind finds itself naturally drawn to anything labeled ‘secret’ and so the temptation to unravel the ‘secret’ becomes too powerful to be denied. That’s what happened to me when I read the blurb on the back cover of ‘The Secret’ by Rhonda Byrne — “As you learn the Secret, you will come to know how you can have, be or do anything you want…” Thumbing through its well-designed pages, I came across tantalizing sub heads such as Like Attracts Like, Attract the Good Instead of the Bad, Later, mystically enough, I encountered the Secret in one form or another.

On the net, at parties, at the workplace and talks by  New Age gurus.  It seemed to have suddenly become a much talked about phenomenon. So what is this Secret all about? It’s primarily about the Law of Attraction which states that what you focus on is what you create – what you put out is what you get back. But hadn’t Jesus too said something to the same effect? Yes He evidently had. In fact the Creative Process used in The Secret (Ask, Believe and Receive) is taken from the New Testament in the Bible.

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Who is afraid of kabhi alvida Na kehna?


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KANKBollywood is making a conscious attempt to do out of the box movies. It now wants to take the medium to the nook and crannies of issues, which till now have been glossed over. The critics have panned such movies citing the immature handling of a mature theme and that the directors had better go back to the super gloss movies of their yore.

The issue we are discussing here is the relevance of KANK to the emerging new India. Why is there such a hype and fanfare around movies that revolve around extra marital issues? It doesn’t sound like just moral policing to me. It’s got more to do with the paranoia that all us suffer from. A social paranoia, which has held us captives for sometime now. It is this fear that we need to come to terms with. A fear of the disturbing reality around us as a consequence of which anything that is out of sync, out of the existing order is viewed as a threat. People want them to be weeded out without leaving their spills behind.

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