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Story of Krishna, Rukmini and Satyabhama | Love and Ego | Bonobology.com

Pride and jealousy has no place in a relationship, proved Lord Krishna

Varun Prabhu
Varun Prabhu
Posted on : 15 May 2017

Ego in a relationship can lead to irreparable damage if it is not nipped in the bud

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The story of Sati and Shiva

When Shiva lost Sati

Varun Prabhu
Varun Prabhu
Posted on : 06 Apr 2017

What happens when grief drives a soul to rage and revenge?

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When Lord Krishna approved of a girl proposing to a boy | Bonobology

When Lord Krishna taught Arjuna to choose love over vanity

Varun Prabhu
Varun Prabhu
Posted on : 31 Oct 2016

If a princess asks, even a warrior must give precedence to love over vanity

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Varun Prabhu Commented

23 Jun 2017

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Abuse is abuse, whether mental or physical. It is a crime that oft goes unreported until under extreme circumstances it is discovered or the victim gathers the courage to come out into the open. 

Have you ever faced mental abuse in marriage as in your spouse your physically, but you go through a mental trauma?


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Varun Prabhu Commented

01 Jun 2017

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Marriage is between two people. And in order to work, I think, two most important qualities have to be complied with: complete trust and open communication. If either of the partners (yes, that's what they are in the relationship) are doing something without the other's knowledge, I would say it is 'cheating' and I do not condone it. But if both have talked about it beforehand or are willing to engage in a meaningful, sensible discussion by seemingly be okay with it, then why not? The spouse/wife may be nice, but if one of them has chosen to practice celibacy then that doesn't mean the other has to silently suffer. Because, eventually, the person suffering will come to harbor negative thoughts (of course there would then be people who will give in to the thoughts and then CHEAT or people will control them and keep loving their partners). 

 

So yes, the spouse/wife does not have the right to object if there is complete openness beforehand, if the trust factor is maintained. 

But as in case of 'poly' and 'open' relationships, eventually, the jealousy factor will kick in. There will always be slight resentment, no matter what is followed. Some will blame themselves for it, yet will not veer away from the choices they have made. And in India, the concept of an open marriage will take time to accept as, like everything else, much of it is society-dominated.

It is not uncommon for the marriage to become a drag because of routine, boredom and monotony and one partner may become totally uninterested. The marriage has to continue for various reasons ranging from kids to society. In such a situation if the other partner develops a relationship outside, does the spouse has the right to object ?


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Varun Prabhu Commented

20 May 2017

Comment : Story of my life :D :P
Singe And Ready To Mingle | Eligible Bachelors In India | Bonobology.Com

Why are so many eligible people single nowadays

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Chandni Sethia
Posted on : 19 May 2017

A point-by-point list of why so many eligible people are single nowadays

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Varun Prabhu

Varun Prabhu Commented

20 May 2017

Comment :

Practically, monogamy is the most feasible of all forms of relationships. It is also quite pure in nature. Polygamy is indeed a variation, but even in such, the man might come to love one of his wives more than the others. Many examples in our mythology itself. Arjuna loved Subhadra more than he did Draupadi or any of his other wives. Their love is considered much more pure. 

There is no middle path. You've to go with the one that suits you and your partner the best. For most, it is monogamy, with the drawbacks and all.

Monogamy and polyamory are two extremes to romance in my opinion. Is there any middle path that overcomes the drawbacks of monogamy and is a viable alternative to open relationships? If not, then which is preferable?



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