Sanjeev Trivedi has masters degrees in Chemistry and Management and a doctorate in Stress Management. With over three decades of work experience, he works as a life coach and a business consultant with specialisation in Family Business Governance. He is also an acclaimed astrologer with a following all across the globe.  

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How sleeping in separate bedrooms saved a marriage | Bonobology

How sleeping in separate bedrooms made them a better couple

Sanjeev Trivedi
Sanjeev Trivedi
Posted on : 02 Nov 2016

Spirituality has meant they no longer share a bedroom, but he believes it makes them a more balanced couple

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Sanjeev Trivedi Commented

02 Jan 2017

Comment : Love is a 'bout' of intermittent goodness, that may be restricted to one person or can extend to more.

What keeps working against love is the 'mean streak'.

The dynamics of a couple relationship changes every few months/years. What is your takeaway from the lat year?


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Sanjeev Trivedi Commented

28 Nov 2016

Comment : Timidity when lies within, the husband may pose to be a Hercules.

A friend of mine says that her husband helps her with chores only if she agrees not to discuss the same in his family, he is OK lending her support but no one should know, especially his mom. What is shameful in letting the world know that a husband cares for his wife?


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Sanjeev Trivedi Commented

28 Nov 2016

Comment : Could be out of sheer concern.

Whenever our partners cannot handle our intensity they say 'don't think too much'..thoughts, comments people?


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Sanjeev Trivedi Commented

27 Nov 2016

Comment : Good food, Peace, Respect and Sex, in alphabetic order and not necessarily individual preferential order.

While there are many articles, blogs, discussions, talk shows, movies and even stand-up comedy routines on ‘What Women Want’, we hardly see anything that deals with ‘What Men Want’ in a relationship. Is it that, what men want from women is considered too obvious to warrant even cursory attention? Too predictable and therefore uninteresting? In your opinion, what does a man look for in a relationship?


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Sanjeev Trivedi Commented

12 Nov 2016

Comment : If this was true, all couples who do not indulge in sex would have split.

Other people's experiences have taught me that couples who use sex as a tool to make peace when in conflict, find it difficult to live gracefully, when sex ceases to be a motivator.

After two decades of marriage, physical familiarity breeds contempt for sex. External stimulus, which may not even end in gratification, seems the only respite to keep sexually alive.

Does dearth of sex in a marriage spell its death?



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