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Many a couple are not quite happy in their marriage as they are not capable of providing mental food for each other, the way they expect.... sometimes, such a situation leads even to separation or divorce .... have you come across such a couple..?

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Asked by aruna v, 21 Oct '12 10:45 pm
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Sau sukh paakar bhi sukhi na ho .... par ek ghum ka dukh manata hai ....
tabhi toh .... aisi karamat hai kudrat ki .... laash toh tair jaati hai paani me .... par Zinda insaan doob jata hai !!!!
Answered by Cartoon Network, 22 Oct '12 05:59 pm

 
  
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Yes, I to have come across such couple in reality. Marriage is a lifetime commitment that you promise to keep until the end of your life. Honouring that commitment can be the most difficult challenge of your life, but it may also turn out to be the most rewarding. Every married couple encounters problems, from small difficulties to life altering events. It's how each person, and the couple as a whole, deals with conflicts and turmoil that makes the difference between a strong marriage and one that is barely surviving. Marital unrest can quickly lead to distance and to the temptation to look outside the marriage to have needs met. It can also lead one or both spouses to look for ways to end the marriage. Work through your problems, seek help if necessary, and try not to dwell on negative aspects that you cannot change. The happiest couples say that they never go to bed angry or upset...!
Answered by Dil Se, 22 Oct '12 08:04 am

 
  
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Seriously in such cases it has got to be the male partner who has got to take the blame especially more in those cases where the woman is also doing a job. The lady does all the household work, does her job, takes care of the children and by the time she becomes free at night she is physically, mentally and emotionally drained. How does the man expect her to mentally and intellectual connection with him. In fact even a housewife does more work then the man does in an entire day. Men in India treat women like servants to provide for all their needs and if still do not show more understanding towards their wives, I am sorry, I dont think those men have the requisite intellect to be worthy of their wives.
Answered by Manoj Adwani, 21 Oct '12 11:02 pm

 
  
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Ji, Ghar ghar ki kahani......
Answered by vedprakash sharma, 21 Oct '12 10:48 pm

 
  
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Many and many are not divorced yet living in hell
Answered by Quest, 21 Oct '12 10:47 pm

 
  
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Itz mostly ego that come between relatioships......n we r not aware where to switch OFF et ego and where to swith it ON!!!!!
Answered by harshal kalangutkar, 21 Oct '12 10:47 pm

 
  
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Marriage Recipe

Recipe
Ingredients
1 cup consideration
1 cup courtesy
2 cups human kindness
2 cups carefully expressed compliments
5 litres faith in one another
5 litres trust in each other ...more
Answered by azam khan, 21 Oct '12 10:46 pm

 
  
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