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  • Live-in Relationships

    Living in or cohabitating means two people are staying together out of mutual consent with no legal bond. A person is free to walk out of the relationship as and when he or she feels like it - there are no court cases or alimony. No one is questionable or accountable to the other.

  • Age Gap in Relationships

    Are you or someone close to you, struggling to get into or move ahead in a relationship where there is a wide difference in age between the partners? Learn more about the aspects of age gap, pros and cons to it and how to take it further. This could be beneficial to begin the journey as well.

  • Is it Time to Let Go

    Some relationships are not made in heaven and certainly not meant to last "till death do us apart" . If you think you are in such a relationship, it might be better to pull the plug now rather than regretting it later. Of course, like most things in life, it is easier said than done - there are several reasons why people stick on in impossible relationships, perhaps hoping for a miracle that would make things better

  • In-Laws: Building the Relationship

    It is a fact that when you get married, you not only marry your spouse, but you also marry into the family or ‘system'. Your in-laws can be a tremendous source of support and closeness, but they can also cause problems in your marital relationship. These issues could range from a minor interference to having total control over one's spouse and over the relationship. How can one deal with this?

  • Managing Dual Incomes

    In most families these days, it becomes necessary for both partners to work outside the home. Especially given the current market scenario and job uncertainty, an extra source of income is always welcome. However, having two earning members in the family comes with its own challenges. Let's see what they are...

  • When Your Wife Goes Out to Work

    Traditionally, men have been the bread-winners and women took care of the home. However in today's world, large numbers of women are working outside the home and this trend is increasing. As a result, there are fears about how the home will run and couples worry about the lack of time for each other. This can perhaps lead to a change in the husband-wife equation too! These are very real concerns and it is important for husbands and wives to discuss them and decide how they are going to make things work.

  • Communication in Marriage

    Let us look at some of the simplest ways to begin the process of good communication in marriage. This article will guide you with basic steps towards preventing a communication gap and communicating more effectively with your partner.

  • Types of Intimacy

    There are many different types of intimacy - emotional, intellectual, physical, spiritual, recreational and sexual. We may share certain intimacies with our family members, other intimacies with friends, and most intimacies with our partner/spouse. This article explains the different types of intimacies and gives you ways to cultivate them with your spouse.

  • What to Avoid while Communicating

    It was found that while conflict by itself may not be destructive to a relationship, certain communication patterns repeated and intensified over time could spell the deathblow to the relationship. Find out if you are the victim of any pattern and improve it now.

  • Contraceptives - A Doctor's View

    The need for contraception is almost universal in the adult world. Myths about various contraceptives abound, but the fact remains that no single device combines 100% safety, efficacy, reversibility and ease of use. Dr. Vijaya Sherbet, a practicing gynaecologist, comments on the common forms of contraception.

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