Christy Bharath spreads some Newly-wed Love & Cheer, so does Mrs. Missy!

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Christy says, “Marriage and love has nothing to do with success or failure. It has everything to do with how two people, in love with each other, are able to handle both.” And Mrs. Missy reflects, “The problem is not with him, but the society and the people he has been raised with.”

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Rahul opens up on the Perils of Love Marriages in India

At the end of the day, we don’t live with her religions and castes. It’s the love and understanding from our loved ones that make us live. Please don’t break the latter for the blind anchor you find in the former.

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From Strangers to Lovers: Ananya Shares her Proposal Story

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Ananya says, “They say, when you truly wish for something, the universe will conspire to get you at it. Now that I am writing this, standing in life as his beloved girlfriend, I cannot but accept what this little Secret book says.”

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Keshav describes his ‘Falling in Love’ Emotion!


Falling in love is being unable to stop yearning for that someone’s presence. Yes, friends are fun being with. But a relationship is a feed for your emotional being.

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Z for Zest for Camaraderie in Marriage


We stand at the end of the A to Z series on marital relationships. What stands out as the essence of all love relationships is the zest for camaraderie – the innate need of a companionship! We have 11 guests (celebrities, in my terms) today, who are at various stages of relationships in their lives who obliged to share a few lines from their real-life experiences.

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Y for (The) Yin and the Yang of Marriage

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The depth of our habituation to repeat a certain way of our thought processing, words and behaviour speak for how we treat each other’s strengths and weaknesses. What we constantly need is a break – a break from the cycles and routines that keep ruling us. Re-inventing ourselves – our emotions and projections – is one of the keys to bring peace to marital homes. This, precisely, is where I see marriages soar or sour! And remember, sometimes, we have to come to terms that somethings are never going to change, and it is futile to be dissatisfied over what is not in our hands.

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W for Widowhood – One withers away….at the last!


Widowhood! Having been contemplating on love relationships for quite a while now, it is hard to be here; on the grave of one of the spouses. In the last two posts, I talked about the final days of the couple together and how the hide-and-seek that death plays on each other can be intimidating for…

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T for (The) Trajectory of Marital Relationships – Understanding why you both are made for each other

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“Life is not merely a series of meaningless accidents or coincidences. But rather, it’s a tapestry of events that culminate in an exquisite, sublime plan. If we are to live life in harmony with the universe, we must all possess a powerful faith in what the ancients used to call “fatum”, what we currently refer…

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S for Second Falling in Love – Sixty is indeed Sexy!

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As I progressed through the Mr. & Mrs. series, initially it felt boring to write past the 35 years mark. Did I find people older to me, unattractive? Or did I look at ageing less youthful? May be, both. But, as I begin to observe and contemplate on life of older couples, I see a…

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R for Role Reversal – Say Whatever, it’s the Woman, forever!

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One thing I’ve observed in elderly couples is that, irrespective of which of the partners have had the upper hand all along, there comes a stage in their relationship when the wife begins to play the pivotal role in matters of home, family, children, finance and everything. It makes me assume that with ageing, men…

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