An unapologetic writer, Priya Chaphekar likes to undress with her words, make a dark drink with them, free them from the heart, like birds from a cage and squeeze them in her palms, only to watch them flow away like sand. When she’s not writing, she’s just another girl, a wild one, exploring the unexplored. She seeks pleasure in the little things of life: she feels happy when she manages to wake up early in the morning and do yoga, nibble on fresh fruit, lie on her grandmother’s lap, make someone smile, finish a good book or climb a mountain.

 
 

Stories by Priya Chaphekar

Sex toys for stronger relationships? Bonobology

Sex toys for stronger relationships: Yay or nay?

Priya Chaphekar
Priya Chaphekar
Posted on : 04 Jan 2017

If you’re ‘toying’ with the idea of embarking on a sexual adventure, think no further. Bringing in an oil candle or a feather tickler to you...

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Learn Belly Dance, Fire Up Yourself & Your Marriage | Bonobology

Awakening my inner Aphrodite with belly dance

Priya Chaphekar
Priya Chaphekar
Posted on : 25 Oct 2016

Learning this dance form has broken down her physical and sexual inhibitions and fired up her libido

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A Letter To My Long Lost Lover | Bonobology

A letter to my long lost lover

Priya Chaphekar
Priya Chaphekar
Posted on : 11 Sep 2016

I was in no mood to understand that even partners needed space to grow, and I stifled you to a point where you no more yearned for my compan...

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Discussions by Priya Chaphekar

Do you always need a closure with your ex?

So you're finding excuses to call, drunk text or simply bump into your ex due to a compelling urge to sit down and have a 'final discussion. In an age ... Read More



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Priya Chaphekar Commented

13 Sep 2016

Comment : I think live-in is the best! You're still scared to lose the other person, you still make the effort to impress the other person. When married, you tend to take the other person for granted. "Ab shaadi ho gayi," you say and sink into the comfort zone. Also, what's more important is that you share your responsibilities equally in a live-in without setting your expectations too high.

I just wanted to know what do people out here think about live-ins. I have always wondered what it would be like to live with my boyfriend. I mean, to live like a married couple, without getting married. Do you think it takes away from the beauty and fun that marriage brings? Marriage allows you the time and space to discover each other and live-in can perhaps dull that effect? Views, please.


Priya Chaphekar

Priya Chaphekar Commented

13 Sep 2016

Comment : Why don't you go and chat with the ladies!? She might watch out for where you are, then ;)

There are these two men I feel jealous about, the way my wife chats with them in parties. I know nothing more will happen, it's just party fun, but still can't help watching out for where she is when they are in the same party. Help please.


Priya Chaphekar

Priya Chaphekar Commented

04 Sep 2016

Comment : So many times you're surrounded by people. One may not be as comfortable in expressing himself/ herself. Sometimes, the tone of the person on the call is largely misunderstood. It's always better to meet and talk. Face to face is the mantra.

What do you do when you connect to a person very well while texting, but can hardly feel the connection in person. Is it that the other person responds over texts after thinking but can't respond well because he hardly gets any time to think when he finds you sitting right across? What do you do about the awkward silences that follow?


Priya Chaphekar

Priya Chaphekar Commented

04 Sep 2016

Comment : This essentially depends on two things: the stage in which the relationship is in and the personality of the person. There are people who click in the very first go, chat, meet and rejoice. But then there are individuals who take their time to know the other person and establish a bond. At times, one person is more expressive than the other person. He/ she may text essays to charm their partner. For them, that's the most natural thing in the world. Their partner, for instance, may express himself/ herself better through actions. Also, not everyone is fond of digital devices. They'd rather meet and talk rather than typing out their deepest feelings.

What do you do when you connect to a person very well while texting, but can hardly feel the connection in person. Is it that the other person responds over texts after thinking but can't respond well because he hardly gets any time to think when he finds you sitting right across? What do you do about the awkward silences that follow?



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