Live-in and Open

I was good enough to live with but not to marry for this mama’s boy

He didn’t need his mum’s permission to live with me, but he was enough of a hypocrite to refuse to marry me without her blessings
Live in relationship

(As told to Abhishek Srivastava)
I come from a small town in Uttar Pradesh. Rajiv and I were BCom classmates, and we both appeared together for a job interview organised by a consultancy in our hometown. We were both selected for a call centre based in the NCR.

I joined the company, so did Rajiv. Rents are high in metro cities, and starter salaries aren’t. Rajiv and I were upset that we were unable to save anything and that all our earnings were spent on rent, commuting, and managing our daily expenses. As we were new in the city and did not know anybody else, we began to spend a lot of time with each other. One day, we were chatting when Rajiv said something that shocked me.

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  1. Forget about your past totally.Concentrate on your marriage..you are lucky enough to found love in your husband..By telling your past to your husband can only create problems between both of you.

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