BharatMatrimony Search
FemaleMale
Age   to 
With Photo
   Regular Search
   More Search Options






Pages (2): [1] 2 »

Does Rejection Scare You?


2 Votes | Average: 3.5 out of 52 Votes | Average: 3.5 out of 52 Votes | Average: 3.5 out of 52 Votes | Average: 3.5 out of 52 Votes | Average: 3.5 out of 5 (2 votes, average: 3.5 out of 5)
Loading ... Loading ...

RejectionMany of us want to love. We want to go forward with love and have a partner for life. But we are afraid. Are you one of them? Sometimes when we are afraid with the right choice we land up with somebody we never wanted.

I remember a man who was in deep love with a woman. The woman was also in love with this man but was shy. The man thought of telling her many times about his love but was afraid of being rejected. This fear stopped him whenever he attempted. He could never tell her that he loved her.

Continue reading ‘Does Rejection Scare You?’

How fear of intimacy can be overcome?


1 Votes | Average: 3 out of 51 Votes | Average: 3 out of 51 Votes | Average: 3 out of 51 Votes | Average: 3 out of 51 Votes | Average: 3 out of 5 (1 votes, average: 3 out of 5)
Loading ... Loading ...

Fear of IntimacyFear of intimacy blocks real love

Ideally, husbands and wives are best friends as well as lovers — sharing dreams, interests, fears, and hopes. But according to Stacey Oliker, a sociologist and marriage expert, obstacles such as a fear of intimacy can mean that only a small minority of couples experience genuine closeness.

He claims that marriage partners often seek to fill this gap by being more intimate with close friends than they are with their mates. Does this mean married people shouldn’t have close friends? Absolutely not. But it does mean that rather than fearing intimacy, we need to take special care to cultivate intimacy within our marriages.

Continue reading ‘How fear of intimacy can be overcome?’

Taming the green-eyed monster


2 Votes | Average: 4 out of 52 Votes | Average: 4 out of 52 Votes | Average: 4 out of 52 Votes | Average: 4 out of 52 Votes | Average: 4 out of 5 (2 votes, average: 4 out of 5)
Loading ... Loading ...

JealousyThe green-eyed monster as it is often referred to is often held responsible for causing problems in many a marital relationship. But, a closer look at the origin of this emotion will reveal that it is deep-rooted in human nature and if managed well it can be quite harmless.

According to sociologists, this emotion was born out of the innate need to protect one’s relationships. In pre-historic times when the number of people inhabiting the earth was much lesser than the number of people that inhabit it today it was imperative to build relationships and protect and preserve them.

Because, very often it meant the difference between survival and death. If you look at a scenario where the much dreaded jealousy is making an appearance you will notice that the feeling is almost accompanied by a feeling of possession - this person belongs to me and fear of rejection or abandonment.

Continue reading ‘Taming the green-eyed monster’

Without Trust


4 Votes | Average: 4.5 out of 54 Votes | Average: 4.5 out of 54 Votes | Average: 4.5 out of 54 Votes | Average: 4.5 out of 54 Votes | Average: 4.5 out of 5 (4 votes, average: 4.5 out of 5)
Loading ... Loading ...

TrustSometimes, life asks of you a certain honesty that you find difficult to give. Merely because that bit of honesty may take a huge slice of hope out of someone life. That’s what happened to me when D, my young friend of 24 years, called me up today. “People have been saying that Rajesh has been unfaithful to me. I don’t believe it because he’s said things to me which he can never tell another soul. And if it is true na, I will die. You tell me. Is it true?”

Continue reading ‘Without Trust’

A Different Inclination


23 Votes | Average: 3.78 out of 523 Votes | Average: 3.78 out of 523 Votes | Average: 3.78 out of 523 Votes | Average: 3.78 out of 523 Votes | Average: 3.78 out of 5 (23 votes, average: 3.78 out of 5)
Loading ... Loading ...

GaysI have a dear friend who makes me laugh, and shares innumerable stories and anecdotes with me. He can always sympathize when I have had a bad day and completely understands why I have a crush on Hrithik Roshan. He doesn’t find it in the least bit embarrassing to call me ‘sweetie’ or ‘darling’ at the end of a phone conversation, or when we meet in person. On the other hand, he can’t do many of the things one expects naturally in a man, like park a car correctly, or fiddle with gadgets and computers. And yet, I wouldn’t have him any other way. As a friend, I’ve come to accept him and appreciate him for all that he is.

Continue reading ‘A Different Inclination’