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To lie or not to lie - that is the question


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LiesThe Telegraph reported the case of a couple where the wife, a twenty seven year old lady and the husband, a young man aged thirty two were chatting with each other under pseudo names. The couple poured their hearts out to each other about how each one of them was stuck in an unhappy marriage.

Then came a time when they came so close to one another that they decided to meet and take things forward. But, when they did meet hell broke loose as each of them accused the other lying and cheating the other.

This example might be a little extreme albeit it is true and in the cyber age it is probably not uncommon. However, what is striking is the fact that couples who are looking for comfort outside their respective marital relationships are not lying about their problems but they are lying about their reactions to the situation.

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On the Altar of Ambition


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On the Alter of AmbitionMost ambitious men and women, identify for themselves money and prestige as their career goals, relegating all other priorities to the background. Nothing else matters. Ask Ruhi, a successful officer in a multinational bank. Or Vinod, her husband, a busy executive with a leading ad agency. Ruhi and Vinod have been married for over seven years, have two kids, both living with Ruhi’s parents in Jhansi. 

“This is a sacrifice we have to make. We’re young now and can build our careers. In any case this money we’re earning and saving is ultimately for our kids.” Cool. And what about her role as a mother? Vinod is most dissatisfied with the scheme of things. He believes while it is just right for a man to give every waking moment to his career, it is unwise for women to do so.

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