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Are you in love? Or Is it lust?


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Love Or Lust?One of the most difficult questions that I have ever had to answer is, “What made you fall in love with this guy?”  And I think though most of us have experienced this divine emotion we find it rather difficult to articulate what it is like to be in love and why we got attracted to the people we did. So, mysterious is this very profound emotion. Possibly it is this mysterious nature of the emotion itself draws us to it. And all of us seek its presence in our marriages.

Seema was madly in love with Rakesh. She gave in to his advances during their nine months of engagement after some resistance. Convinced, that it was difficult for them to stay away from each other considering that they were so much in “love.” One month after the marriage Seema is complaining about her “loveless” marriage. She even suspects that Rakesh is probably having an extra marital affair.

Anyone who reads that story will come to the quickest and most legitimate conclusion and that is this is a relationship was based on lust and not love. That is also probably true. But, don’t you think that these two emotions that of lust and love are so intricately intertwined that it is quite possible to mistake one for the other. And many a seemingly romantic relationships have turned out to be lustful liaisons.

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Bringing back the zing in your relationship


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Zing in your relationshipIt’s eight o’ clock in the Gupta household. The children have been served dinner. Madhu and Ravi wait patiently as they finish. Then they are tucked into their beds with a story and a goodnight kiss each. The couple returns to the living room. The dishes are dried and put away. The television is turned off and the couple retires for the night. Then there is the ritual love making and each one turns to his/her side of the bed and is fast asleep.

Like most couples who have been married a while sex for Madhu and Ravi has become another chore in the to do list. Both crave for the passion that was there between them in the early years of their marriage. Yet, they find themselves merely performing a function only so that they can still tell themselves that they have a healthy relationship. A fact that finds expression in a statement like, ‘I really feel bad for some of my friends who have no life as a couple, you know what I mean.’

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The significance of Honeymoon


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Significance of HoneymoonThe word for honey is “meala” in Irish. The word for honeymoon, is “mi na meala” the “month of honey,” and refers to how the bride and groom spend that period of time following their marriage.

Irish monks first produced a fermented honey brew called “mead” for medicinal purposes, then found it could make people feel better. Following the wedding, a sufficient amount of mead was given to the bride and groom, along with special goblets, so they could share the unique brew for one full moon after their wedding, thus the term honeymoon was coined.

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Changing Shades Of Togetherness


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Changing shades of togethernessIf your work often brings you into contact with married couples, like my consultation as a Tarot practitioner does, over a period of time you begin to notice a distinct difference in partners’ attitudes, usually depending on the vintage of the marriage. In this context, I am specially referring to the need for togetherness, and the way people’s attitude changes towards it, with time.

Among young people, who have been married just a few months or years, one encounters wives who yearn for their husbands to spend more time with them, help them with household chores, try to see their point of view – in short, take the place of the friends and family they left behind when they got married. In these cases, the husbands seem aware they are treading a difficult path. They steal a few moments with their friends every now and then, while attempting to stay true to the ‘family man’ image their wives have obviously built for them. In front of their friends, men may pretend as if they don’t care about their wives’ expectations or needs, but in fact they do, a lot. Young husbands also look for togetherness – a partner who finally looks up to them, gives them unconditional love and acceptance, and makes them qualified to be that wonderful thing: fathers!

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To Forgive You Have To Forget!


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To forgive you have to forgetSometimes in life you find that no matter how hard you try, some sad, some unpleasant memories just don’t go away. And if you can’t forget a harm done to you, how is it possible to truly forgive someone? Many a time I have been misunderstood, misquoted and hurt by people whom I have cared for very deeply. 

And though I have told myself, it doesn’t matter, that it is their problem, a projection of their own reality, etc. I simply cannot forget. And yet I have always believed that I am a forgiving person. So imagine my surprise when this psychic (whom I visited with some friends), while reading my aura, told me that there was a problem with the right side of my body as a result of my being unable to forgive. She said, “You store these memories of hurts in your inner being and they harm you. You find it hard to forgive.”

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