Misbah Nayeem Quadri is a writer by passion and profession and has worked with DNA Ahmedabad and Business India Magazine. She has also been associated with various PR and content firms over a span of eight years. 

 
 

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We met online but I ghosted him | Bonobology

...and then he never heard from me again

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Misbah Nayeem Quadri
Posted on : 15 Mar 2017

They got along like a house on fire but then he wanted to meet in person

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Importance of Financial Discussion in a Marriage | Bonobology

Does it help to talk about mutual finances before marriage?

Misbah Nayeem Quadri
Misbah Nayeem Quadri
Posted on : 27 Dec 2016

She decided to discuss mutual finances before they got married. How did he react?

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She's the head, I'm the heart of our relationship: Filmmaker Abhishek Jain

Misbah Nayeem Quadri
Misbah Nayeem Quadri
Posted on : 30 Sep 2016

Despite being in professions that are poles apart, filmmaker Abhishek Jain feels he and wife Shailey have a lot in common, which keeps them ...

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Discussions by Misbah Nayeem Quadri

Finances in marriage

Hi all. I was wondering about what everyone here thinks about "Finances post marriage." What I mean here is that if both the partners are working befo ... Read More



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Misbah Nayeem Quadri Commented

05 Dec 2016

Comment : Exactly Deepti! Transparency is the key between a couple. If you can hide your finances from each other, then probably, you can hide many other aspects of your lives too! Both should be clear about where and how will their individual and combined funds be spent..thanks a lot for sharing..

Hi all. I was wondering about what everyone here thinks about "Finances post marriage." What I mean here is that if both the partners are working before marriage, and once they get married, how do they divide their dual income? Do they continue to save and spend as per their individual needs or do they pool the sum? Should there be absolute transparency between the couple with regards to the money that comes in to their individual bank accounts or do they have a right to privacy from each other? The issue is that they are no longer individuals but a unit...need your inputs on this.

Thanks! :)


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Misbah Nayeem Quadri Commented

05 Dec 2016

Comment : Your reply has been very thorough and genuine. Thanks a lot, Deepa! I agree with your opinion on the transparency issue too. Afterall, they are one unit now, not single individuals!

Hi all. I was wondering about what everyone here thinks about "Finances post marriage." What I mean here is that if both the partners are working before marriage, and once they get married, how do they divide their dual income? Do they continue to save and spend as per their individual needs or do they pool the sum? Should there be absolute transparency between the couple with regards to the money that comes in to their individual bank accounts or do they have a right to privacy from each other? The issue is that they are no longer individuals but a unit...need your inputs on this.

Thanks! :)


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Misbah Nayeem Quadri Commented

05 Dec 2016

Comment : I know of a lot of people who have found love through matrimonial sites. I believe the people behind the virtual profiles are as real as you and me. Once you filter out the unlikely candidates, you really can find some good matches..

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Misbah Nayeem Quadri Commented

02 Dec 2016

Comment : Dear Anonymous, every decision of life depends upon the person or the people involved. There is no denying this fact. Nobody is going to come take your decisions for you. You have to deal with it. The only question here is whether this particular action is morally/ethically justifiable? Financial privacy between a married couple, in India especially, is sometimes debated. The whole point of discussions like we have in this 'room' are that we can reach a consensus or at least exchange thought provoking ideas about set societal norms. Hope I have made this post a lot more clear for you. If not, then see you tomorrow, tomorrow. :)

Hi all. I was wondering about what everyone here thinks about "Finances post marriage." What I mean here is that if both the partners are working before marriage, and once they get married, how do they divide their dual income? Do they continue to save and spend as per their individual needs or do they pool the sum? Should there be absolute transparency between the couple with regards to the money that comes in to their individual bank accounts or do they have a right to privacy from each other? The issue is that they are no longer individuals but a unit...need your inputs on this.

Thanks! :)


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Misbah Nayeem Quadri Commented

02 Dec 2016

Comment : Hey, Archana! Thank you for taking out the time to join this discussion! Yes, you are right..but where do you draw the line on this secrecy? How much is enough and how far can you keep details to yourself?

Hi all. I was wondering about what everyone here thinks about "Finances post marriage." What I mean here is that if both the partners are working before marriage, and once they get married, how do they divide their dual income? Do they continue to save and spend as per their individual needs or do they pool the sum? Should there be absolute transparency between the couple with regards to the money that comes in to their individual bank accounts or do they have a right to privacy from each other? The issue is that they are no longer individuals but a unit...need your inputs on this.

Thanks! :)



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