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Marriage queries annoy single Indian women most

When are you getting married and why aren’t you getting married? are questions that annoy single Indian women most, according to a survey by personalised matchmaking survey Select Shaadi. A total of 7,486 single men and women in the age group of 21 to 34 across the country were surveyed by the service, provided by www.shaadi.com, to understand the most ... Read More »

WANT A GOOD Raise at Work – Get a Supportive Wife

Do not just blame your boss or jealous colleagues for no promotion or salary hike at work – your spouse’s personality is equally important to decide if your chosen career will make you richer or poorer. According to an interesting study, it is not only your own personality that influences career success but your spouse’s personality matters too. “When it ... Read More »

Law on pre-marital tests would save couples

Keeping impotency or frigidity under wraps at the time of tying the knot that causes marital discord and break-up has triggered a debate following a high court poser to the government why then not punish the guilty. Observing it is an avoidable human tragedy, Justice N. Kirubakaran of the Madurai bench of the Madras High Court suggested “if pre-marital clinical ... Read More »

Jealousy is a wasted emotion

We all get jealous, don’t we? Actually, no, not everyone experiences jealousy as an emotion. I don’t get jealous. That’s a weird thing to read, isn’t it? Well, it’s a weird thing to say, too. But it’s true. I don’t experience jealously as an emotion. I experience sadness, happiness, anger, euphoria, and a plethora of other emotions, but not jealousy. ... Read More »

Dealing With Pushy Grandparents

Grandparents love doling out unsolicited advice — and not all of it is bad (really). But here’s what to do when their constant suggestions start to get on your nerves. Remember, they mean well When your parents are offering advice on how to care for your little one, it’s easy to hear, “You don’t know what you’re doing!” or “You’re ... Read More »

Three’s a Crowd: How to make an Open Relationship Work

Some couples are agreeing to open their relationship to other sexual partners. We know the “benefits.” But what are the costs? You love her, you really do, but sometimes you’d like some . . . variety. Perhaps a different body type. Or maybe you’d like to see or hear how someone else responds to your moves. It’s tough to suppress ... Read More »

How to Fight Fair in a Relationship

No one really likes doing it but the truth is that fighting is inevitable in any relationship. It just comes with the territory. If the gloves are going to come off, it is best to fight clean. Yes, there is a right way to fight in a relationship, and here’s how to do so without hitting below the belt: Know ... Read More »

To Marry or Not to Marry

Another day, another divorce. At least that what it seems like these days. The winter has not been kind to many celebrity couples, nor has it been that great to many real-life couples that you may actually know. These days it seems like more and more people are having issues within their marriages, and are choosing to call it quits ... Read More »

Acceptable White Lies in a relationship

When it comes to your choice of outfit or weight, partners tend to lie. As long as the lies are harmless, they are acceptable. Here’s a list of common harmless lies, reports femalefirst.co.uk: Does my butt look big in this? Answer: Not at all. It may look rather robust after the holidays but if he tells you that you look ... Read More »

How the Holiday Can Wreak Havoc on your Relationship

Unless you and your partner are jetting off to Bora Bora for the holidays, it’s over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house you go. Spending the holiday season with each other’s families can put you on the fast track to a closer connection, or create some serious holiday drama. Both families want face time, at the same ... Read More »