RamKumar is a mechanical engineer from Chennai, working in the automobile industry. He is interested in contemporary literature and translations, between English and Tamil.

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Why One Must Burn Bridges After A Breakup | Bonobology

The importance of burning bridges after a breakup

Ram Kumar
Ram Kumar
Posted on : 23 Jun 2016

How important is it to burn your bridges when a romance dies out? Our contributor shares his story

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Bonobology | Seven years of bliss until one unfortunate visit

Seven years of bliss until one unfortunate visit

Ram Kumar
Ram Kumar
Posted on : 23 May 2016

Ram KR writes passionately about a love gone wrong. Read more to find out!

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Ram Kumar Commented

31 Aug 2016

Comment : You can also take this time off work in earning another degree, a special diploma or just another skill. But get back to working and earning anyway. Since you feel so, it only indicates what you should actually be doing. Work. Earn. Be independent. Best wishes.

I was working for more than seven years before getting married and moving countries. I had to quit my job in the process and have no earnings of my own. It's true that partners contribute to the marriage in ways other than money, but having been independent for so long, I'm unable to spend my husband's money as my own, even on essentials. Do I need to get over it, and if yes, how?


Ram Kumar

Ram Kumar Commented

31 Aug 2016

Comment : You can also take this time off work in earning another degree, a special diploma or just another skill. But get back to working and earning anyway. Since you feel so, it only indicates what you should actually be doing. Work. Earn. Be independent. Best wishes.

I was working for more than seven years before getting married and moving countries. I had to quit my job in the process and have no earnings of my own. It's true that partners contribute to the marriage in ways other than money, but having been independent for so long, I'm unable to spend my husband's money as my own, even on essentials. Do I need to get over it, and if yes, how?



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