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Amrita Sharma

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Amrita Sharma is author of the book “What Did I Ever See in Him” published by Penguin

Why retirement puts strain on relationships
Mon, Aug 03, 2015

Sometimes life after retirement does not turn out as expected, when the couples realise that there is more to retired life than they had anticipated.

Why couples need to come “clean” in their relationship
Mon, Jul 27, 2015

Many newly married couples have had a rude awakening because they discovered the “dirty” side of their partners.

Retired Hurt: When one partner falls sick
Mon, Jul 20, 2015

Marriage counsellors say that it is often the sense of neglect felt by partners at the time when they are unwell, that starts as a small bruise but over a period of time festers into a serious wound.

Can boredom lead to divorce?
Tue, Jul 14, 2015

Marriage counsellors say it is important for couples to change their routine and bring something new in their relationship every now and then.

It can be tricky to make a long-distance marriage work
Mon, Jul 06, 2015

Counsellors say it long-distance marriage may work out if the couple communicates regularly and stays committed to the relationship.

Two to Tango: When parents start interfering in marriage
Mon, Jun 29, 2015

Most marriages crumble because one of the partners finds it difficult to put his/her foot down and tell the interfering parents – thus far and no further.

To have kids or not: Discuss it with your partner before marriage
Mon, Jun 15, 2015

Counsellors feel that certain issues, which are sure to have an impact on the couple’s future, must be discussed before marriage.

Why lack of space can be unhealthy for a marriage
Mon, Jun 08, 2015

Psychologists say that when we try and get too involved in our partners’ lives, then we also end up curtailing their freedom and space.

From double income to single income: How things change when your partner loses job
Mon, Jun 01, 2015

It’s crucial that couples handle such moments in their married life with their head not their hearts; with maturity, with composure and not make it an ego issue or a personal one.

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