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Relationship advice: reading men’s body language


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Men's body languageSometimes body language can be even more telling than spoken words. Men can be hard to read, so if you want to learn how to translate your guy’s body language, take a look at these examples:

1. He is seated with his legs crossed, foot facing you.

This position is a good sign! It means that he turned on by you… so lean in for a kiss!

2. He is seated with his legs crossed, foot facing away from you.

Bad sign… this indicates lack of interest. Has he seemed bored lately? Maybe it is time to spice things up, before the flame goes out completely. Beware: if he is seated with his legs crossed, foot facing some other girl, then he has a wandering eye.

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How can you tell he is interested in you


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GazingYou like him a lot. He seems to be interested in you as well but, he has never given a clear hint that he surely is. Considering that most women (irrespective of how emancipated she is) still prefer not to make the first move. And for the few exceptions who dare to make advances it might be a good idea to be pretty sure that he too is interested in you. Here are some very clear pointers.

This guy makes an initiative to communicate with you. It is immaterial how he does this. Now, if he contacts you as much or more than you get in touch with him, then rest assured that this man is surely interested in you. Men in general are not great communicators. So, if they make an effort to communicate then it is a sure sign of interest. In fact according to Rajni, “I should have known that Raghav was interested in being more than “just friends” ninety percent of the time, he would call me.”

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Holding handsRakhi is a confident young woman. She is fairly good looking. Has a great sense of humor. But, when on her own despite her achievements she feels uncomfortable in her own skin. She has had many unsuccessful relationships. She has read dozens of self-help books and tried all the advice they’ve had to give. Discussed with friends and tried to solve the problem. Yet nothing seems to work.

Sajal has everything going great for him except the fact that he has absolutely no control on his temper. He went through an anger management programme and all was well for a while. Till after about a week Sajal just exploded with rage during a group discussion at the office.

Sharda has recently separated from her husband. She tried every advice that she either found in a book or was given by a friend but nothing seemed to work. Then she made up her mind that men were just not sensitive enough. But, even with her new found freedom she finds herself unhappy and irritable.

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ON SCREEN - Curse of The Golden Flower


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Curse of The Golden FlowerFilm : Curse of The Golden Flower
Starring: Chow Yun Fat, Gong Li, Jay Chou, Liu Ye
Director : Zhang Yimou

The story is set in the China of over a 1000 years ago, during the rule of the Tang dynasty. The Tangs were one of the most flamboyant rulers in Chinese history, with ostentation being the norm.

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Making Up – The Best Part About Fighting!


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Making Up-The Best Part About FightingShow me a married couple, or even a couple in a short or long term relationship, and I’ll show you a couple of fighters. If we look at all the available evidence around us, fighting is as much part of any relationship as is the loving, sharing and bonding. A fight is normally about real issues of common interests vs. individual ones, different ways of perceiving things and conflicting values. If a couple really wants to make the most of such occasional differences, they must take the trouble to find out what the causes of the fight were, and how to address them.

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