Enakshi Biswas is an ex Google employee and compulsive story teller and considers communication as her lifeline. She believes, like the Google search engine can pull up endless search results for keywords, we all are a search engine of stories, with a limitless repository of stories lying dormant.

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Dishonesty & narrow mindedness

How Starbucks Saved My Life:Michael Gills & Memoirs of a Geisha

Does dessert count as cuisine? I could live on cakes forever!

 
 

Stories by Enakshi Biswas

when your partner vanishes without any explanation | Bonobology

When I was subjected to 'ghosting' in my relationship

Enakshi Biswas
Enakshi Biswas
Posted on : 10 Nov 2016

What do you do when someone you thought was a promising partner suddenly vanishes without explanation and later reappears wanting to carry o...

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Romantic Love Story In An Arranged Marriage | Bonobology

A Love Story in an Arranged Marriage

Enakshi Biswas
Enakshi Biswas
Posted on : 29 Aug 2016

He once told her he’d fallen in love with her incredibly long tresses that cascaded to her knees when she stood forlorn and barefoot in the ...

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Why I Invited My Ex To My Party Despite Our Breakup | Bonobology

Why I Invited my ex to my birthday party

Enakshi Biswas
Enakshi Biswas
Posted on : 20 Jul 2016

And really hoped he would drop by, says Enakshi Biswas

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Enakshi Biswas Commented

28 Mar 2017

Comment : I would term it a social evil.To bypass women based on their skin tone. This is a mindset issue that has percolated down for aeons. The collective voice of women have found far greater mediums only recently, to reach out to those with a closed mind. I don't think we need to feel despondent because I.v seen a shift in perspective, maybe the change is small but it is happening & it will take time to reverse an age old thinking.Meanwhile the more one writes about it, the more it impacts the readers and they gradually learn to embrace

Enakshi Biswas

Enakshi Biswas Commented

20 Mar 2017

Comment :

Singles are less preoccupied and hence more productive, when it comes to creative discussions. So looking forward to some interesting brainstorming sessions

What do you intend to get out of this discussion page? What can this page do to help you better? What do you wish this page could help you with?


Enakshi Biswas

Enakshi Biswas Commented

20 Mar 2017

Comment :

When breaking up seems the easier option than making it work because it can mean putting in efforts, investing time & energy which at this point, might seem like a draining exercise- why not, just step back for a while. Not break up & cause her immense pain nor drag your feet through it, feeling like a fake. Instead, step back & tell her you need some time off to heal. 

Healing is not a passive process. Its a time of introspection, time to jot down what you want from life, what makes you happy, what you can do to make the other person happy, where do you see yourself 5 yrs down the life and what are the ways in which, this relationship could be made more meaningful.

A breakup is the last resort. Possibly, you could change a few perspectives, embrace a few things which you assumed you didnt like but when you look at how temporary Life is, it might make you think, that what you have-might be worth it

Dear all

I am separated for more then a year and I got in live in relationship right after that , but since i got into this relationship i have got many problems and issues and now i want to break up with her as i don't see any future with her but i do love her how do i tell her that i want out without hurting her please advice


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Rohan is a prolific writer and award-winning researcher who consults for top brands on everything that involves the written word. When he is not writing, he’s usually watching the latest documentary, making sense of spiritual philosophy, or just staring into space with his cat! You can see some of his work on rohanpasricha.com and 9Wordsofwisdom.


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Raksha Bharadia is a writer and editor. She has authored three books published by Rupa & Co. She has put together 13 titles in the Chicken Soup for the Indian Soul series for Westland. She has also worked as a scriptwriter with Star Plus. She has been a columnist for Femina, Ahmedabad Mirror, and DNA, Ahmedabad. Raksha has taught creative writing for a Master’s Program at CEPT, Ahmedabad. Bonobology.com is Raksha’s first significant foray in the digital space.



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