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It's tough. People get occupied and the priorities change from time to time. But, if love is there then it wouldn't be a problem to communicate. You just shouldn't feel that you're forcing it. It should come voluntarily. The conversations should keep happening from time to time. Because, that's all we want. Our partner to be there for us.
It's tricky, but possible. You need to come up with what works for you. In any relationship none should feel missing and neglected.
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I have fallen in love with a girl from another state whom I met online. Many of my close friends have warned me that the relationship won't work out because it is a long distance affair. But, I really love her. We have not met personally till now but she seems like a very sweet and homely girl. Should I take this forward?
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?
Long, extended deputations under harsh conditions in combat over a hostile terrain - that's an Army officer's life. His wife awaits his return, usually in a safe place far away from her husband. If she has a social life, enchantments and allures are expected. Will it be unfair for her to respond to her physical needs and patriotism is not enough to keep her passions in check?
Should a spouse not active and passionate in relationship, object to partner being in another relationship ?
What if kundalis don't match in love marriages??
Has parental interference in marriages been questioned?
Do we really want to know the truth about our partners? The whole truth?
Remember the "Gift of the Magi" by O'Henry? Do we have such stories of true gifts in our married lives?
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