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While we talk of being honest with our partner, it has been often seen that relationships have turned ugly when the spouse uses gmail, FB passwords and whatsapp conversations maybe just out of curiosity but it often leads to gross misinterpretations of conversations with friends of opposite sex and raking up the past which can create havoc in the current relationship. While trust is key, respecting each other's space and understanding that each individual is bound to have a life outside the bond that you both share- does it make sense in mutually deciding that you will respect this space and stay away from your partner's phone, not demand that they share their passwords?
I've been married over 10 years. My husband and I love each other but somewhere along the line we have both lost interest in sex in our marriage and it has become very infrequent. I have tried talking to my husband but he says it's normal to not have as much again as one did when younger. I'm afraid this may affect our marriage. How do I talk to my shy husband and add spice to the bedroom?
My marriage to my college gf fell apart a few years ago and we got divorced. Recently she tagged me to an old photo online and we got chatting. Is it okay to be friends with an ex after divorce? Right now things seem fine but I'd like to avoid any future complications
Open and honest communication in a marriage is crucial. But sometimes it seems not sharing a few things may be better, or even lying if necessary,for the relationship. When should one refrain from communicating?
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This is a young couple, in their early 20s and they are both passionate gamers. So much so that they compete hard against each other and it often leads to serious fights. When someone asks them to stop gaming they think it's unnecessary advice and resent anyone telling them to give up something they love. They say it bonds them but when it is so serious it is wise for them to continue playing and take a risk for their relationship?
The modern Indian woman who wants to have a job, excel at it, manage a house, a baby, relationships, be the perfect wife, doting daughter and DIL, hands on Mommy. Is she taking up too much? Are we really sharing the load? Should the division of labour /responsibilities be spoken upfront with the spouse? Is it wrong to disucss these things at the outset and decide on who takes on what?
At a family function recently, my husband's aunt and my cousin had a misunderstanding. They are both expecting me to take their side and talk to the other. I feel both are in the wrong to some extent but don't want to hear it. I don't want these problems with relatives to get in my marriage. How to handle this right?
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