Tuli Banerjee is a feature writer and an ex-journalist. She loves reading and crafting content about love and relationships. Tuli earned a gold medal for her Masters in English Literature from the Gujarat University. She is a lover of world cultures, reptiles, food, oceans and wild spaces.

A full throttled romantic at heart, to whom passion and spontaneity come naturally.

Romance, Humor, Quality Time

Lack of communication

All the Chicken Soup Series, All of Thomas Hardy Books

Closer; Same Time, Next Year; If Only; A Streetcar Named Desire

Thai, Anything that is Steamed, grilled or Barbecued

 
 

Stories by Tuli Banerjee

What To Do When Parents Disagree On Parenting Techniques | Bonobology.Com

When parents disagree about how to raise the kids

Tuli Banerjee
Tuli Banerjee
Posted on : 25 Jun 2017

What to do when you and your partner are not on the same page on parenting

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Infidelity And Affairs | How Adultery Can Affect Your Marriage | Bonobology.Com

Can an affair affect your marriage positively?

Tuli Banerjee
Tuli Banerjee
Posted on : 18 Jun 2017

Can an extramarital affair help you save your marriage? Bonobology contributors share their views

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Inter-Religious & Inter-Caste Marriages In India - Its Advantages & Disadvantages | Bonobology.Com

Does Love Conquer All - Marriage Across Religions

Tuli Banerjee
Tuli Banerjee
Posted on : 11 Jun 2017

The Great Indian Weddings are showered with unexpected surprises when the bride and groom come from different cultures/religions or differen...

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Happily Unmarried @50 | Or Is A Relationship Necessary | Bonobology.Com

Do we need partners for the silver years?

Tuli Banerjee
Tuli Banerjee
Posted on : 04 Jun 2017

Do we really need a partner for our later years or can we go through the remaining years just as easily?

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Marriage Mantra | Tips For A successful Marriage | Bonobology.Com

What are the top priorities of a long-term marriage?

Tuli Banerjee
Tuli Banerjee
Posted on : 28 May 2017

Communication, Trust and Mutual Understanding top the list of priorities in a long-term relationship for Bonobology contributors

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Blogs published by Tuli Banerjee

Deed

Deed---why is it such an important

word in this mod world?

Is it just b'cos you can reverse it

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Discussions by Tuli Banerjee

Can You Rebuild Trust with Someone Who Hurt You?

Nothing hurts one more than the feeling of being betrayed by someone you love and trust. Can a relationship move forward after a betrayal? How can ... Read More


Ladies are we disconnecting with our femininity?

Backing feminism, Ladies do you feel we are disconnecting with our femininity?

 

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How did Osho influence Vinod Khanna?

Would like to know your insights on how did Osho influence Vinod Khanna in the early 80s?

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What are the craziest and funniest reasons to reject a prospective bride/groom in an arranged marriage?

For instance I rejected a scientist just coz he had a moustache. I did not want to marry a guy with a moustache.

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PM Announces Women Don't Need To Change Their Names In Passport After Marriage Anymore. What's the big deal about it?

So the PM announced  that from now onwards, women will not have to change their names in the passport after their marriage. I don ... Read More



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Tuli Banerjee Commented

22 Jun 2017

Comment : Thank you so much Himani :)
How do couples have loud sex or steal intimate moments in a joint family

Is having sex in a joint family that bad and uncomfortable?

Tuli Banerjee
Tuli Banerjee
Posted on : 23 Apr 2017

What do Bonobology contributors have to say about getting intimate with their partners in a joint family setting?

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is a professional with a leading IT organisation. A mother of an 8-year-old boy and a 1.5-year-old girl, she’s been happily married for 11 years. Part of a travel freak duo, she loves blogging about her travels.


Tuli Banerjee

Tuli Banerjee Commented

19 Jun 2017

Comment :


Thanks Antara :)

Came upon an interesting term yesterday called "Emotional Divorce", which 'is a psychological mechanism some spouses use when they feel the marriage has become a threat to their well-being. When you divorce yourself emotionally from your spouse, you have separated your emotions from the marriage'. 

Sounds terribly like the state of many marriages I see around me. People stick around with their spouses just for the sake of kids, financial dependence or social convenience. When all emotion has left the equation, what do you think such parties of a marriage should do?


Tuli Banerjee

Tuli Banerjee Commented

19 Jun 2017

Comment :

Getting an emotional divorce is as tough as  getting a legal divorce. If a marriage hasn’t worked, the emotional divorce may help the couple. On second thoughts, a legal divorce seems easier than an emotional one. Many times couples never disengage, never truly separated their lives from their former spouses even after a legal divorce. They probably think that they don’t care about their former spouse, but they are deluding themselves. Only when an emotional divorce takes place successfully, can the individulas start living their personal lives happily, and think of new beginnings.

 

Came upon an interesting term yesterday called "Emotional Divorce", which 'is a psychological mechanism some spouses use when they feel the marriage has become a threat to their well-being. When you divorce yourself emotionally from your spouse, you have separated your emotions from the marriage'. 

Sounds terribly like the state of many marriages I see around me. People stick around with their spouses just for the sake of kids, financial dependence or social convenience. When all emotion has left the equation, what do you think such parties of a marriage should do?



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