Paromita Bardoloi describes herself as a writer, columnist, book reviewer, dreamer, workaholic and achiever.




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Confessions Of A Sex Worker | Bonobology.Com

Confessions of a sex call operator

Paromita Bardoloi
Paromita Bardoloi
Posted on : 23 Jun 2017

Her parents took a loan that she must pay off, so she does something she can’t admit to

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The Other Side of Me | Bonobology

My fantasy sexual life

Paromita Bardoloi
Paromita Bardoloi
Posted on : 19 Dec 2016

A virgin, never been kissed before with a double identity

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Relationship Tips To Handle & Avoid Throwing Dirt At Ex Partners | Bonobology

When ex-partners wash dirty linen in public

Paromita Bardoloi
Paromita Bardoloi
Posted on : 07 Aug 2016

Why respect, not just love is what relationships must aspire to have, says Dr. Kushal Jain

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What I Learnt About Love At 30 - It

What I learnt about love at's over-rated

Paromita Bardoloi
Paromita Bardoloi
Posted on : 23 Jun 2016

Paromita Bardoloi takes a retrospective look at her life; from the time she was a martyr without a cause, to being happy and fulfilled in lo...

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Paromita Bardoloi Commented

25 May 2017

Comment :

Easier said than done. But finally, it is all about the choices we make. There comes a time when we have to say a No, to our bosses and yes to our spouses. We all know, those breaking points. We got to choose our well being each time. For nothing else is worth losing our sanity and relationships.

I have many colleagues complaining of the office stress playing havoc on their personal life. Can one avoid this? Work life balance is being stressed upon a lot these days but is it achievable when you have family commitments getting affected by the extended working hours and stress at work? 

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Paromita Bardoloi Commented

15 Jan 2017

Comment : Oh, I have my share of jealousies. I do get jealous when I know my partner overtly praises someone. So, what hurts me, is my own insecurity. When I was younger it would lead to a fight, now that I am a bit wiser, I look within and figure what actually is hurting me. It's mostly my own ego, I guess!

Some partners obviously get more jealous that others. What kind of things would make you the most jealous and how much jealousy would you accept from your partner? Is jealousy a sign of love or a sign of insecurity/lack of trust? How do you see it?

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Paromita Bardoloi Commented

13 Dec 2016

Comment : I think Internet can begin something new and fresh. Not to forget, it gives a lot of options to choose from. We can truly meet people whom we can call our tribe. Ofcourse as the relationship intensifies, we can move to other platforms, which is the natural evolutions of relationships. If used wisely, the Internet can bring in beautiful relationships. It did to me!

We now live in a world where the internet is becoming a bare necessity. I've bonded with way too many people on the internet, & I'm sure many of you have too...Are internet based friendships really strong? Has internet based friendships made life more meaningful? What's your take on it?

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