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What happens when the marriage becomes too crowded?


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Crowded marriageA crowded marriage usually means an affair by either spouse which need not be the case in many instances. A marriage does become crowded when there is an external factor intruding upon the privacy of the couple. This factor could be interfering in-laws on either sides or it could be an obsessive preoccupation with work (over ambitious or workaholic) or it could be plain indifference. Very often it is apathy on both partner’s part and their failure to invest time in the relationship that accounts for an unseen presence responsible for the failure of a marriage.

Vijayan and Madhavi is a recently married couple living with his parents. Madhavi resents Vijayan coming home late everyday and complains that he prefers to spend more time with his parents than with her. She grumbles, “His excuse is before marriage he had not spent enough time with his parents due to work. If that was the case why did he ever want to get married? He should have devoted his time to his parents rather than marrying and neglecting me.” She has a point.

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Learning From Others Can Improve Your Relationship


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Arguing coupleRelationships have many faces. Sometimes it looks like a perfect round with no sharp edges. Other times it is a shape full of edges that hurt. Every relationship has ups and downs. But some relationships have more downs and practically no ups. Such relationship can take a big mental toll. They are also very bad for career. How to avoid having lows and have more ups in a relationship? Let us learn from others.

They are always arguing

You may know some couples that are famous for arguments. Those couples never agree on anything. None of the partners will agree with others choice or opinions. They argue endlessly about smallest thing and exhaust themselves. Such couples do not refrain from arguments even in presence of others. What can we learn from such couples?

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Tips for making small talk


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Small TalkThe ability to make small talk may come naturally to some and be difficult for others but it is a skill that can be obtained with a little bit of practice and confidence. The opportunity to make small talk presents itself on a daily basis in our lives. Anytime you are out and about, you have the opportunity to make small talk with those around you. While sometimes it’s just a matter of politeness that leads you to engage in small talk, it can also be a great networking opportunity for you.

Practicing your small talk skills on a daily basis will give you the confidence you need to approach potential clients or colleagues at important networking events. Also, it is important to make sure that your body language conveys a sense of confidence. If you appear timid or uncomfortable you may put others on edge as well but if you appear confident it will help the other person to relax. If you are unsure of yourself and hesitant to make small talk with strangers you may find yourself missing out on many opportunities in both your career and social life. However, confidence in your ability to make small talk can put you in a great position for advancement in your career and social life.

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Man and the magical formula of work-life balance


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Work-life balanceToday’s young people have it all. And that too at an age that gives them the luxury of a lifetime to enjoy what they possess. So, the  result should logically be a set of absolutely jubilant people living life to the lees. But, unfortunately, it is not so.

More and more young people are experiencing the “burn out” syndrome. Divorce rates are on the rise. Global economy, international businesses, advanced communication technology and longer hours (or should we say on the job 24/7) are beginning to take their toll on people’s lives and people are struggling to find the magic mantra that will help them strike a balance between a successful career and a happy and contented family life.

Rahul is a banker and his wife Nisha is a teacher. According to Rahul, “ Nisha is very understanding. There are times when I see her only at the breakfast table. But, she never complains. Except for the occasional wifely croons (which I guess is fine). And we make up for lost time by pampering ourselves with short getaways now and then. And I don’t think our marriage is on the rocks.” Nisha somewhat reluctantly agrees. But, she does not forget to add, “I understand that nowadays people are on the job 24/7. And yes holidays together make up somewhat but, one cannot know importance of your loved one actually “being there” for you all the time and not only when he has enough time to spare so that he can go on holiday!”

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Always the Bridesmaid…


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BridesmaidRagini’s birthday was a riotous affair at the office. Somebody had tied three balloons to her desk. Every few seconds, a colleague popped up to wish her. During lunch hour there was a party like atmosphere in the lunch room, with even her boss dropping in to wish her and say a few words. After he left, her face was smeared with cake, and she was given a few ‘birthday bumps’ by her more enthusiastic colleagues. Clearly, she was ‘Miss Popularity’ around her co-workers.

The trouble was, she was still ‘Miss’.

“When I think of that particular day, it was one of the days when it hit me more than other times,” recalls this executive in a leading mobile service provider. “My colleagues were celebrating my thirty-third birthday. I was laughing, cracking jokes, accepting their gifts or brickbats…but internally I was thinking, ‘If everyone here likes me so much, how come no one has liked me enough to marry me ever?’ By that evening, I was depressed, even though I didn’t dare show it to my friends.”

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