Kamal Nagpal, ophthalmology consultant and surgeon, is an entrepreneur and Founder of Cafe Soul Square and Soul Square well being. She has been a member and Staff at Group Relations Conferences, MAYUMERS, and AOSPOR, organised by IIM Ahmedabad.

 
 

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What is the secret to Happily ever after in a Marriage? | Bonobology.com

Is 'Staying Married Happily Ever After' for Real?

Kamal Nagpal
Kamal Nagpal
Posted on : 15 Feb 2016

Kamal Nagpal helps de-mystify secrets to a long and happy marriage

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Kamal Nagpal

Kamal Nagpal Commented

25 Apr 2017

Comment :

I don't think that one can blame any social media in general for aspects like infidelity, which may become a reason for the marriage to end. Marriages are unique, some survive, some may  even thrive and others may crumble under infidelity. Infidelity happens in workplaces, during holidays, within a domestic setting, in innumerable places and social media maybe opens up an opportunity for it, only if the marriage is already primed for infidelity to occ

 

 

Flirty messages and photographs found on Facebook are increasingly being cited as proof of unreasonable behaviour or irreconcilable differences. Many cases revolve around social media users who get back in touch with old flames they hadn't heard from in many years.

Guys...share your thoughts here! Do you know people who have shared about their marriage being affected because of FB? 


Kamal Nagpal

Kamal Nagpal Commented

25 Apr 2017

Comment :

I don't think that one can blame any social media in general for aspects like infidelity, which may become a reason for the marriage to end. Marriages are unique, some survive, some may  even thrive and others may crumble under infidelity. Infidelity happens in workplaces, during holidays, within a domestic setting, in innumerable places and social media maybe opens up an opportunity for it, only if the marriage is already primed for infidelity to occ

 

 

Flirty messages and photographs found on Facebook are increasingly being cited as proof of unreasonable behaviour or irreconcilable differences. Many cases revolve around social media users who get back in touch with old flames they hadn't heard from in many years.

Guys...share your thoughts here! Do you know people who have shared about their marriage being affected because of FB? 


Kamal Nagpal

Kamal Nagpal Commented

06 Mar 2017

Comment : I think we often develop deep connections with people, which are based on deep sub conscious and conscious needs, consistent with our phase of life evolution. These connections therefore feel very intense and can truely be thought of as soulmates, because they fulfill important roles in ones life at that point in time. They may not remain so, as soon as the person transcends that and moves to another phase in life. Therefore a soul mate need not be permanent, need not be a spouse or even a romantic interest, it may be anyone, who helps you move to next level of self development

We as an individual needs a physical mate. That's nature's design. We'd like an intellectual mate. That's the need generated by our intellect, our mind. Our 'soul' supposedly transcends both, our body as well as our mind. In that case, is it required to have a mate?


Kamal Nagpal

Kamal Nagpal Commented

08 Feb 2017

Comment : What one feels at the moment is the love of their life, could also be a mistake, relationships do have to be nurtured to make them work. Having said that if one is already in a committed relationship and another very engaging prospect comes up, one could make one of the following choices based on other priorities, such as kids: 1) sacrifice the significant second relationship, it's not worth disturbing the current equation for anything, also the vows made are sacrosanct 2) walk out of current relationship which seems like a mistake, but with the awareness that the second Relationship will also demand work and nurturing 3) Try to make the best of both worlds, clandestine is fun but dangerous, with the potential to hurt all parties involved much more than the other two options.

Sometimes the love of your life comes after the mistake of your life. How do you deal with it then when you happen to realize this?


Kamal Nagpal

Kamal Nagpal Commented

01 Jan 2017

Comment : A strong and long lasting couple relationship is as much chemistry as it is commitment. Greater the commitment, Greater the Chances of being able to sustain in the wake of challenges!

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



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