What would you call a person who is a writer by passion, a story teller by obsession, a mentor by aspiration and a communicator by profession? You would probably call him insane. Well, we call him Ramen.

I am creative with a great sense of irreverent humor.

A deep emotional connect and loads of sex

unfaithfulness

Leave it to Psmith by P.G.Wodehouse

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Stories by Ramendra Kumar

How necessary is Sex in a Marriage? | Bonobology

The one thing I want but she doesn't

Ramendra Kumar
Ramendra Kumar
Posted on : 14 Dec 2016

He thinks sex is all-important, she finds it less so

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Rare Disease Took His Voice, Gave His Wife A Sense Of Humour | Bonobology

I Lost my Speech and my Wife found her humour!

Ramendra Kumar
Ramendra Kumar
Posted on : 25 Aug 2016

A husband’s humorous take on a rare condition that he was diagnosed with

Views: 1.20k
Comments: 1
Story Of A Strong & Shining Love Forged At A Steel Plant | Bonobology

A love, shining and strong like the steel it was forged over

Ramendra Kumar
Ramendra Kumar
Posted on : 05 Jul 2016

Neither opposition from parents nor the upheavals of a professional set up could cause a chink in this couple’s love story. Ramendra Kumar n...

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Comments: 0
Bonobology | The Silent Treatment Can Destroy A Marriage & Home

The violence of silence...how lack of communication affects a marriage

Ramendra Kumar
Ramendra Kumar
Posted on : 06 Jun 2016

Don’t make your marriage a battleground. Happy homes are made when couples communicate with each other says Ramendra Kumar

Views: 2.19k
Comments: 2
Does defining gender roles in marriage matter anymore? | Bonobology

Hamarawala Ki and Ka

Ramendra Kumar
Ramendra Kumar
Posted on : 20 May 2016

Writer Ramendra Kumar pens an autobiographical sketch on role reversal a-la the movie Ki and Ka.

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Comments: 5

 

Discussions by Ramendra Kumar

Is it possible to have a perfect marriage when the sex life is far from perfect?

Sexual chemistry (& physics & geography) :) is vital to a marriage. However, in a relationship if the couple is at odds regarding the frequency, the ... Read More



Activity by Ramendra Kumar

Ramendra Kumar

Ramendra Kumar Commented

22 May 2017

Comment :

Healthier  the marriage less is the space left for manipulation.

However, in reality both women and men  manipulate - women use sex as leverage to  settle scores and men tweak emotions  for getting sex. 

 

Is it fair to use sex as leverage in a relationship? Sex by many is considered intrinsic to a romantic relationship and it is advised to keep marital problems out of the bedroom. But if one is hurt then being intimate with the person who hurt you would be tough. Would it be wrong to say no to sex then? What about using sex as a leverage to get one's partner to change their behaviour?


Ramendra Kumar

Ramendra Kumar Commented

20 May 2017

Comment :

I think    because  of her previous experience she is not able to trust you.  You are  a tough guy and have lived through a lot. Just forget about her, return to the dating site and look for someone who is more sure of herself. 

I am 44 yr widowed man from pune, having 2 kids. my wife passed away 5 years back. I was totally busy with office and looking after my kids. I have some tragic past as my first girlfriend/finance passed away in accident and my wife passed away due to heart attack. Since then I am living happily with my kids.

Recently my friends suggested me to join dating site for companion/female friend. I joined one site and surprisingly got in touch with divorcee lady(single mother). We connected very fast to each other that we meet for coffee next day. It was good 2 hours coffee date. We shared lots of things about each other. She even told me about her last 2 relationships very openly.

We used to chat long hours at nights. She was giving all indication that she just love my company. she was very excited and was telling me that she is eagerly ready to be in relationship with me as most of our views/liking/hobbies were matching.  On 3rd day of our friendship, she suggested that we should go for dinner on next day. I was ready, due to holidays my kids were went to my in-laws house. At night around 1 a.m. she messaged me to meet in morning at her place as she is very excited. I took leave and went to her place. We had nice talk and while talking I took her hand in my hands. All of sudden she told me sorry I can’t do it. I was ok and leave her hands. She told me that she will inform me about evening dinner. So I left place and went to CCD for coffee. She sent me message that sorry as she is not able recover from her previous relationship and canceled our dinner.

After that date she just stop communication, I was not able to understand what happened in few mints. I even messaged her “Is there anything I did wrong?”. She told me no you are very nice lovable guy. We can be good friends, can’t move ahead. I do respect her feelings. She is not even consider me as her friend as most of my messages (which I write hardly once in few days) she is deleting without reading.

I really fall in love with her, but do respect her feelings and stopped communication with her. But she activated my sensual desire. Now I don’t know how to come out of it. It’s really difficult for me. Few day I am taking long route to my office from her home. Although I am not stopping there, but can’t forget her. What can I do?


Ramendra Kumar

Ramendra Kumar Commented

02 May 2017

Comment :

I have just one peeve (pet or wild)  about my eternal sweetheart.  She loves 'The  Missionary'  so much she can give a complex to Mother Teresa.  The only disagreements we have had in the 29 years of togetherness are about positions. 69 to her is just a number and 64 merely a euphemism for the game of squares ;)

Hey guys, there must be certain things that annoy you or put you off about your wife or girlfriend. Share your grouse with us. It could be something minor, or something which is hurting your relationship. Get it off your chest.


Ramendra Kumar

Ramendra Kumar Commented

01 May 2017

Comment :

I feel I am a "Feminist-Man". Just read the folowing two pieces to get connvinced : :)

http://www.bonobology.com/marriage/family-dynamics/282-a-love-shining-and-strong-like-the-steel-it-was-forged-over

http://www.bonobology.com/marriage/the-married-couple/132-hamarawala-ki-and-ka

I read a question for women in the recent discussions about feminism! 

Just wanted to ask- any feminist men around? And what do men think about feminism, generally?


Ramendra Kumar

Ramendra Kumar Commented

30 Apr 2017

Comment :

I think the essence of feminism is treating women with respect. A great example of a feminist man is Richard Gere in 'Pretty Woman'.

I read a question for women in the recent discussions about feminism! 

Just wanted to ask- any feminist men around? And what do men think about feminism, generally?



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