Soumyadipta Banerjee is a senior independent journalist, first-generation entrepreneur, educator, mentor and father to a three-year-old.

I am my own. I create myself. I destroy myself. I feel therefore I am.



I don't read.

Life is a concert. I am the conductor.

Give me food. I will give your freedom.


Stories by Soumyadipta Banerjee

My wife helped me in Dealing with Depression | Bonobology

My wife talked me out of my depression

Soumyadipta Banerjee
Soumyadipta Banerjee
Posted on : 15 Mar 2017

He was struggling with an unbearable burden, but she stood by him

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Comments: 1
We Are Keeping The Baby | Bonobology

Choosing between a baby and career

Soumyadipta Banerjee
Soumyadipta Banerjee
Posted on : 18 Sep 2016

When his wife faced a dilemma, he took matters into his own hands

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Comments: 0
Husband Wife Intimacy After Kids Are Born | Bonobology

What about intimacy after having kids?

Soumyadipta Banerjee
Soumyadipta Banerjee
Posted on : 11 Jul 2016

Some stolen moments and some awkward ones. That's what intimacy is all about when you have a small child. But don’t let it deter you, says S...

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Comments: 0
Bonobology | Stay-At-Home Husband & Father Tells of Gender Stereotyping

I'm lucky to be a stay-at-home husband and father. But society disagrees.

Soumyadipta Banerjee
Soumyadipta Banerjee
Posted on : 01 Jun 2016

Soumyadipta Banerjee describes humorously how he bears the brunt of gender stereotyping by being a home-bound husband and father

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Comments: 2


Activity by Soumyadipta Banerjee

Soumyadipta Banerjee

Soumyadipta Banerjee Commented

30 Mar 2017

Comment :

Please do not blame somebody else for some one else. Let's move towards a solution.

I blame my husband for wasting  precious 10 years of my daughter's life and ruining all of our peace and well-being .Why did he not listen to my plea?

Our relationship ,  due to this major reason, and several  other reasons, headed towards separation- a decision taken by me.Although we stay under one roof.

Though, my daughter is happily married now, at one time, we were on the brink of loosing her due to the horrendous experience she had to undergo.

To readers, I plead, not to be judgemental while commenting here.

Soumyadipta Banerjee

Soumyadipta Banerjee Commented

18 Feb 2017

Comment : It is so sad that there are still some educated people around us who think that way.

Hindus and Greeks believe in reincarnation and effect of your sins in previous life in your present life. I have heard people say that you have to pay for your misdeeds in your next incarnation. Further, books like 'Many Lives Many Masters' by Dr Brian Weiss underscores the belief.

I believe that if we don't know about a thing it doesn't mean that it does not exist. But, we don't have the apparatus to identify its existence.

Soumyadipta Banerjee

Soumyadipta Banerjee Commented

10 Feb 2017

Comment : I find this question stupid. Every relationship between two people becomes a drag at some point of time and exciting at another point. By hinting at a threesome, this person is just nullifying the basic ground on which a marriage or a partnership stands. Everywhere and anywhere in the world, marriage is considered a bond between two people, not three. Even when you are referring somebody as someone's spouse, it basically means a relationship where two people are involved. And let's not pretend that we are talking about a mental connect here. Whether you want to step out of a marriage by having another person in your life is a deeply personal decision. But there cannot be a threesome in a marriage. This is legally, morally and even scientifically against the established and evolved definition of human partnership. Can we have some common sense please?

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 ?

Soumyadipta Banerjee

Soumyadipta Banerjee Commented

10 Oct 2016

Comment : Reposting a paragraph that I found striking. In my opinion, this is adultery. Adultery is not only limited to and exclusive to the body. I am so sad that she claims so faithfully that she has not cheated on her husband, which she is... here's the paragraph again... "My husband does not know about my past affairs with these men. Although he has met both of them, he simply knows them as my friends. At times, I do have clandestine flirtatious text exchanges or calls with my men. They make me feel good about myself. I feel sexy and beautiful, I feel wanted. I have even met them a couple of times on private dates during the last 6 years...."
Affair With More Than One Married Man Before Marriage | Bonobology

Am I immoral for loving three men?

Ipsita Nathak
Ipsita Nathak
Posted on : 06 Oct 2016

She had two affairs with married men before her own marriage, and is still in touch with them. Although she’s not unfaithful to her husband, she loves all of them

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Comments: 5

Soumyadipta Banerjee

Soumyadipta Banerjee Commented

17 Sep 2016

Comment : You know nothing will happen and you sit in corner and feel jealous? Not one man but two? Excuse me?

There are these two men I feel jealous about, the way my wife chats with them in parties. I know nothing more will happen, it's just party fun, but still can't help watching out for where she is when they are in the same party. Help please.

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