Thanks for signing up. We hope you enjoy being part of this community and interacting with fellow bonobos over stories, discussions , counselling and contests!
Birth Date :
Your Email Address
I always met people whom I have spoken to over the phone or with whom I had done lot of Face-time calls. That way I'd know it works face-to-face or not!
You know what makes awkward silence more awkward? If you start talking about it. :D So, just try be normal and act like the person you act over the phone. And, even if one of you starts talking then the other person will also ease out and conversations would be easier.
I had the same situation with a guy I met online once. Unfortunately, he just seemed like a different person when we met and things fizzled out. Looking back, I could have given him some more time and not judged so quickly. Some people are just shy!
Bonobology Communities are group forums where our registered users can post questions/issues and other users can discuss those, offer suggestions, etc.
To start a discussion, please click the 'Start New Discussion' button and choose any of the communities the question is about and post it to that community.
I want to ask the ladies and gentlemen on this forum if they have been close to a particular friend of the opposite sex before marriage and whether they have managed to maintain the same strong friendship even after they got married or has the intensity dwindled with time?
I've seen most of the Indians having issues with PDA or Public Display of Affection or intimacy, do you have an issue? If so why?
Why is it, especially in our Indian community do men and women 'hide' the friendship they share with the opposite gender? Why can't a married man or a married woman be good friends with another male or a female?
I know this is perhaps not the right forum to discuss gifting ideas but I am at my wits end trying to decide what to get for my girlfriend's birthday! She is someone who prefers personalised gifts and I am someone who has no clue about how to make it special that way! So, gents and ladies, please help me out!
Let's accept it. During our years of growing up, we come across some fictitious character in a book or a movie who is etched up by the writer so beautifully that it leaves behind an indelible imprint on mind, enough to last a lifetime. We get smitten. It could frame up our idea of a near-perfect hero or heroine. Who is your favourite protagonist from a Classic book or movie and why?
Don't we change all through out life? Every 3-4 years we can't believe what we were 3 years back. We are smarter. Our dreams have changed. etc. If such is life and such is the way in which we change constantly throughout life, is monogamy - the act of holding on to one partner - really logical? *p**p*You were attracted to a person during a point in your life. You spent a lot of time together. You two know everything about each other and you see that you both are headed down different paths. In such a situation, does it make sense to continue with the old relationship or is it wiser to seek out a new partner who you will relate to better? Who will help you grow?
Why do men shy away from relationship discussions?
Can't help feeling jealous
Why do men think that helping the wife is shameful or makes them henpecked?
What have I learnt about myself through my spouse!
Your favourite protagonist from a Classic book or movie and why?
Disclaimer: The information, views, and opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of Bonobology.
Content Advisory: The website may contain content suitable for mature audiences. User discretion is strictly advised. Wish to share your story with us? Mail us at: email@example.com
Stay updated with the latest at Bonobology by subscribing to our newsletter
And register as a user to unlock more features!