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Before marriage: To confess or not to confess?


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To confess or not to confessIn the past, there was an indulgent saying: you can tell a hundred lies to get a marriage done. This saying might not hold well in today’s world, where people don’t take it lightly if they feel cheated. But, as our lives get more complex and marriages are built on more precarious ground, the question to ask is: does it work for a girl to bare her soul about a past love affair or an ugly truth about her family to her husband-to-be before marriage?

Counsellors will caution you to first understand the person you are about to wed, to know and learn his personality and nature, before trying to be Ms Honesty Blaise. Is he the understanding kind or is he a volatile person who might fly off the handle and lash out at you? Or, does he fall somewhere in between and you are unsure about his reaction? Frankly, the situation varies with each person. 

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The politics of love


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The Politics of LoveIf love is just one big power struggle, with a huge territory to be gained or lost (much vaster than a mere Kashmir, let me tell you!), then here are some of the rules men and women reluctantly confess to:

From the guys:

If you drank too much last night, and behaved like a bit of an ass NEVER admit it. She will turn you into a teetoller. Say it was bad booze, say it is because you were so exhausted, say you had a fever coming on which reacted badly (!) with the booze!

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