Raksha Bharadia is a writer and editor. She has authored three books published by Rupa & Co. She has put together 13 titles in the Chicken Soup for the Indian Soul series for Westland. She has also worked as a scriptwriter with Star Plus. She has been a columnist for Femina, Ahmedabad Mirror, and DNA, Ahmedabad. Raksha has taught creative writing for a Master’s Program at CEPT, Ahmedabad. Bonobology.com is Raksha’s first significant foray in the digital space.

I am intrigued with relationships

Respect!

Miserliness! And people who get drunk and make a fool of themselves

So many!

Gujju food. Thanda parantha!

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Importance of Good Relationship between Husband and Wife | Bonobology

I do namaste to my wife every day because

Raksha Bharadia
Raksha Bharadia
Posted on : 04 Feb 2017

She tried everything to get him to stop using tobacco products, but…

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Need to feel Wanted | Bonobology

She feels wanted

Raksha Bharadia
Raksha Bharadia
Posted on : 28 Jan 2017

The doctor predicted she wouldn’t survive very long, but her husband loved her…

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Sexual Intimacy in Marriage | Bonobology

Marriage and sexual compatibility

Raksha Bharadia
Raksha Bharadia
Posted on : 18 Jan 2017

Sexual compatibility is becoming an increasingly important part of today's marriages, says counselling psychologist Salony Priya in an inter...

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Marriages and Infidelity | Bonobology

Marriages and the rise of infidelity

Raksha Bharadia
Raksha Bharadia
Posted on : 30 Nov 2016

Counselling psychologist Salony Priya talks about how infidelity is becoming common in present day marriages

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Is Sex a Chore for Women? | Bonobology

Is sex a chore for women?

Raksha Bharadia
Raksha Bharadia
Posted on : 23 Nov 2016

"You need to give quality time to your spouse to keep the spark alive in your marriage. Else, many women end up feeling that sex is a chore ...

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Discussions by Raksha Bharadia

Do we really want to know the truth about our partners? The whole truth?

We don't even know the truth about ourselves--it's too complex, we change everyday. Would I love my hubby more, would our marriage be stronger, if we ... Read More


One takeaway on 'love' from the year 2016?

The dynamics of a couple relationship changes every few months/years. What is your takeaway from the lat year? ... Read More


You think too much!

Whenever our partners cannot handle our intensity they say 'don't think too much'..thoughts, comments people? ... Read More


To be honest about what irritates you in the other.

Do you think in coupledom it is important to speak of what irks about the other's behaviour, even trivia. Imperative in understanding partner's anger, ... Read More


What have I learnt about myself through my spouse!

They say we meet parts of 'Self' we don't even know about when in close relationships. I understood that I lie to myself convincingly and believe in m ... Read More



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My Train Journey I

I was afraid of them

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Posted on : 21 Feb 2017

She came into his compartment where he was sitting alone…

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18 Feb 2017

Comment : I have known couples for whom distance works most of the times, and sometimes it makes them very angry when the other partner is not around at critical or imp events. For others distance means they find someone else. Mostly to me distance doesn't work. Space in the everyday life however is very imp.

While many people vouch for distance being a good thing in their relationship, some feel it exposes the flaws in their bond. Some work their chinks out by utilising the time apart, others fail miserably at feeling connected. What's your take on the subject?


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Raksha Bharadia Commented

16 Feb 2017

Comment : That is really a difficult situation to handle. Was this a love marriage? Can we separate love from the body? I do not think so...also what about STD's?

I have come across a real-life incident, where, 3 months' after marriage the wife discovers that the husband is a gigolo and even has male partners. In such a situation, what your immediate reaction would be?


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Raksha Bharadia Commented

16 Feb 2017

Comment : 1. Most important, not let the resentment build up. Speak of the issues right away or soon.

2. Taking the torch when the other is down or out.

3. Sating something nice when you feel it.

What are the top three priorities that we need to focus on, as we work actively on sustenance and success of domestic nuptials? Communication, integrity, loyalty, clarity, consensus, financial sync, household duty shares?



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