Joyeeta Talukdar is ' Senior Research Assistant at KKL in GBP,IIT- Guwahati' and is presently working on cancer stem cell research. Apart from writing, this trained classical dancer enjoys dancing, travelling, trekking and gardening.

I luv to be all by myself for I believe in "Come as u r"



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Anything eatable made pura "Dil se"


Stories by Joyeeta Talukdar

How my wife helped me overcome my Sexual Abuse Trauma | Bonobology

He was traumatised and afraid of sex, but she helped him heal

Joyeeta Talukdar
Joyeeta Talukdar
Posted on : 06 Dec 2016

Left traumatised after an incident years ago, he hadn’t been able to sleep with his wife, until she broke down his walls

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Comments: 1
He Fought His Family, To Help Me In Dealing With Endometriosis | Bonobology

He fought his family, to help me fight my demons

Joyeeta Talukdar
Joyeeta Talukdar
Posted on : 07 Oct 2016

His family urged him to go for a second marriage when she couldn’t conceive. But her husband became her strength helping her battle both end...

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Comments: 6
Surviving A Breakup With My Wife

How my wife helped me heal from past heartbreak

Joyeeta Talukdar
Joyeeta Talukdar
Posted on : 08 Sep 2016

Heartbreak is known to have taken several to the brink. Here's a story of how counselling and finding strength in a marriage can turn lives ...

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Comments: 0

Blogs published by Joyeeta Talukdar

I Am Ammuru

It’s neither Basonti Pujo nor Durga Puja but still I felt like writing this blog. Right now I am in a small village at Seemandhra. Everything is ju ...

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JoyeetaTalukdar 27 Mar 2017
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Discussions by Joyeeta Talukdar

Does Hormonal changes in middle-aged women effect their personal relationships?

Middle-aged women fight a lot with their changing hormonal imbalances basically' menopause" . During this period they are confined to themselves and a ... Read More

Does love seem missing in marriages after few years of it?

The spark, the wait and the love seem to be getting vanished after few years of marriage. Whether it's getting divided between the increasing members ... Read More

Can we accuse digital-world to be one of the causes of increased divorce cases in modern society??

With all the positivism of the digital world which helps us to acquire knowledge about anything anywhere within seconds of 'SEARCH', can this same dig ... Read More

Why are partners shy of speaking about the sexual abuse?

Sex is an important aspect but when it comes to sexual abuse, the victim partner prefers to conceal about the fact.This is seen in most cases until & ... Read More

Activity by Joyeeta Talukdar

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Joyeeta Talukdar Commented

25 Mar 2017

Comment : It depends on the man with whom they want to share there relationship with. She is single, independent and needs her own space. If one respects her this contingency then she is also ready to balance but if one wants to completely irradicate her feelings then Japan is what shall happen next. It all depends on give respect and take respect, adjustments should be from both sides not from one side because that is what relationship is all about.

Today's woman is educated, smart, competitive, unafraid to exercise her choices about men, among other things. They may seek care, they may desire gratification but they may contest hard to have a good night's sleep on a Queen sized bed with no partner to reduce its space. She may crave a good company to share her tastes, but would not like to trade her rack of books with casually strewn electronic gadgets. She may favor a man for a long trip, but on her return she would like to have her 'me' time with her cat.

Is commitment into a relationship becoming a threat to loose the personal space of being single? Is Japan an exception or a harbinger to the spreading trend.

Joyeeta Talukdar

Joyeeta Talukdar Commented

23 Mar 2017

Comment : True to ones senses. But they too are very afraid to let somebody enter into their comfortable zone. SO it's insecurity in both cases that leads to the confusing and thus leading to tension of all sorts. But yes they should give the time to adjust with the new environment so that both can find a better way to survive.

Like how can a person  adjust  in a family after marriage if in -laws don't have acceptability or they don't? give time to adjust. It feels suffocating when no one understands. 

Joyeeta Talukdar

Joyeeta Talukdar Commented

03 Mar 2017

Comment : Not really is it important if they can't catch ur raders of ur thoughts. They can be good partners but need not be a good soulmate...Thr's always a difference between the two but one has to be very lucky if they dind both in one.

Is it necessary for your spouse or partner to be your soulmate too? Will your relationship suffer if otherwise?

Joyeeta Talukdar

Joyeeta Talukdar Commented

02 Mar 2017

Comment : That's what is commitment to a relationship is most checked at. Tougher the situations and if the couple is faithful to each other then it would be much easier to deal with the situation and come to a fruitful conclusion to it.Hope I answered rightly.

We live in times of recession and job losses. If one of the partners (especially the man) loses his job, and suddenly the income dries up and the bills pile up, can love sustain?

Joyeeta Talukdar

Joyeeta Talukdar Commented

27 Feb 2017

Comment : Love sustains every time but then tension increases. But, if this loss of money is taken for granted by the partner then tension can do increase..bu support can always transform understanding is important....but always to an extent...of not taken for granted.

We live in times of recession and job losses. If one of the partners (especially the man) loses his job, and suddenly the income dries up and the bills pile up, can love sustain?

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