Dua Prayaag is 28 years old and has been working in the development sector for over six years now. Independent and self-reliant, friends, family and travelling is what keeps her going.

Independent and self reliant, my family and friends and travel keeps me going..

Loyalty

Emotional or physical infidelity

 
 

Stories by Dua

I Wanted Love, Not A Lesson To Learn | Bonobology

I wanted love, not a lesson to learn

Dua
Dua
Posted on : 17 Apr 2016

Dua Prayaag talks of love’s labour lost and fighting every temptation to kiss and make-up

Views: 1.59k
Comments: 1

 

Activity by Dua

Dua

Dua Commented

17 Apr 2017

Comment : If only so many promises were not made to only be broken at the end ! Nice piece though :)
Long Distance Love | Bonobology

You promised we'd have a good life together

Jaikala Prasad
Jaikala Prasad
Posted on : 24 Jan 2017

They met online and forged a strong bond through distance and illness, but then his messages began to decrease

Views: 3231
Comments: 2

Dua

Dua Commented

17 Apr 2017

Comment : I think sometimes there can never be closure. How can an answer to ' what happened to your promises of eternity' ever satisfy a partner who has been cheated on? Time heals. I hope it does.
Do we always need closure after a breakup?

Do we always need closure?

Tuli Banerjee
Tuli Banerjee
Posted on : 16 Apr 2017

Priya Chaphekar asks on Bonobology’s community forum how important face-to-face closure is in an age when people are breaking up on social networking sites.

Views: 1187
Comments: 1

Dua

Dua Commented

17 Apr 2017

Comment : Thank you Sawmya. I am writing another piece will love comments from you.
I Wanted Love, Not A Lesson To Learn | Bonobology

I wanted love, not a lesson to learn

Dua
Dua
Posted on : 17 Apr 2016

Dua Prayaag talks of love’s labour lost and fighting every temptation to kiss and make-up

Views: 1587
Comments: 1

Dua

Dua Commented

15 Apr 2017

Comment : Such a lovely read!
Where to look for single older men

Mission Boyfriend

Swapna Eleswarapu
Swapna Eleswarapu
Posted on : 15 Apr 2017

She’s an amazing older woman trying to re-enter the ‘couple’ space. Where does one look for suitable single men?

Views: 1207
Comments: 4

Dua

Dua Commented

15 Apr 2017

Comment :

Women never had to earlier as well. Most of my friends have their maiden names on their passports.

So the PM announced  that from now onwards, women will not have to change their names in the passport after their marriage. I don't really understand the big deal about this announcement honestly. It wasn't? mandatory anyway.. Like women needed an official permission to continue with the maiden name. 



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