Janani Rajagopalan is a chirpy optimist, who wears her heart on her sleeve and has a perennial grin stuck on her face. She believes in cherishing life, love and everything in between. She lives by the motto "learning is a life-long process" and that you learn from every new experience you have, every person you meet and every passing phase of your life, provided you take cognisance of it.

 
 

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Divorced Couples United As Parents | Bonobology

Divorced as a couple, united as parents

Janani Rajagopalan
Janani Rajagopalan
Posted on : 11 Oct 2016

Even when the marriage has been dissolved, it is important to present a united front as parents, says this mother of two

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Comments: 2
Love & Marriage Lessons In Terry Towels | Bonobology

When Terry Towels Teach us a Bit About Love

Janani Rajagopalan
Janani Rajagopalan
Posted on : 17 Aug 2016

A simple but inspiring anecdote from the married life of this couple has a lesson or two for the all of us

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Comments: 0

 

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Janani Rajagopalan Commented

24 Nov 2016

Comment : The bedroom is our place of zen, comfort and leisure after a long day of work to share our day, experiences, thoughts and ideas. So the room reflects the same emotion - soft pastels like sky blue curtains, vibrant bed linen to liven up our moods and surrounded by pictures of our happy moments and some beautiful scenery of the sea! Perfect setting!

Janani Rajagopalan

Janani Rajagopalan Commented

07 Nov 2016

Comment : Yes, it is very important to talk about it especially among couples. It always makes sense to spell it out (of course put it out in such a way that you don't hurt someone's feelings) so that the other person understands why you feel that way. We all perceive things differently and it reduces conflict when you both may not be on the same page about everything but at least agree to disagree - amicably. To me, my partner is my best friend first. So if it bothers me, he is the first person I talk to...

Do you think in coupledom it is important to speak of what irks about the other's behaviour, even trivia. Imperative in understanding partner's anger, where it stems from? Give why/why not please.


Janani Rajagopalan

Janani Rajagopalan Commented

11 Oct 2016

Comment : Your views are very inclusive and empathetic. Wish our society also develops these traits and is more tolerable to diversity.
Divorced Couples United As Parents | Bonobology

Divorced as a couple, united as parents

Janani Rajagopalan
Janani Rajagopalan
Posted on : 11 Oct 2016

Even when the marriage has been dissolved, it is important to present a united front as parents, says this mother of two

Views: 1391
Comments: 2

Janani Rajagopalan

Janani Rajagopalan Commented

25 Aug 2016

Comment : It's great that you want to begin your marriage on an honest note. However, some truths are best left unsaid. If you don't know your fiancee too well, its a better option not to discuss or tell her about your ex-girlfriend. At every point in your life, that will always run in her mind and she will think that she is being compared to her on every little detail. Concentrate on your new relationship and focus on all her positives and try to build a close friendship with her. Wishing you an amazing partnership and even more fun times together.

I had a girl friend when in college but we broke up. Now, 7 years later, I am getting married to a girl chosen by my mother. Should I tell my fiancee about my ex-girlfriend? My friends ask me not to tell but I want to begin our marriage truthfully.



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