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Every Day is A New Day

New day.. New office location.. New Seat.. So many new things happened to me before this new year comes. Newness always brings enthusiasm and excitement. Hope this New Year also comes with hand full of surprises as Every Day is a New Day indeed..!!!

12 Most Famous Love Stories of All Time

When: 31 BC Where: Rome and Egypt What’s So Special about Their Love: These two had a love so strong, war was waged against them to break them up. When Mark Antony left his wife, Octavia, for the mesmerizing Cleopatra, Octavia’s brother Octavian brought the army of Rome to destroy them. These two lovers were so entranced with each other that they committed suicide rather than be apart- the ultimate Romeo and Juliet true love story.

Mahatma`s Teachings

I like both the movies MunnaBhai MBBS and Lage Raho MunnaBhai. I dont know about the Gandhi`s political decisions but I believe in his teachings to the nation.

Universal Truth about Boys............lolz!!

Now i truly admit, Google is very very very smart......

Showing posts with label Relationship. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Relationship. Show all posts

Friday, May 31, 2013

Love and Respect your Wife

There is no one-size-fits-all formula for being a wonderful husband. Every wife and every marriage is different. But there are some common issues that many married couples face, and if you're dealing with them, the following guidelines will help you become a better husband.


Be Honest

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    Be honest. In a mature relationship, honesty is the best policy. It may be difficult, but the truth will allow relationships to breathe. No matter what happens, no one can ever challenge the fact that you are truthful, which might mean that the other person also gives you the same respect. If something doesn't suit them let them know, otherwise they will not trust your opinion. But make it sound like a compliment.
    • Suggest an alternative, and attach praise to the alternative. For example, if they ask you if you like something they are trying on (trying on, not already wearing at a party!) let them know that it might work, but you think the blue one is your favourite so far because it shows off their great (insert a feature you appreciate, preferably not one that they are self-conscious about).
    • It's not going to be easy to be honest and kind at the same time, so focus on learning how to give a feedback sandwich and you'll both be better off.


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    Communicate. Do not talk her ear off, however make sure that if you have any problems that will affect your mood, she is made aware of the reasons for your problems and mood, so that you do not appear to merely be a fickle and cranky creature. Zone out everything around you when you're talking to her. If you ask her a question, ask because you really want to know. For example, ask her what type of movies she enjoys, or about one of her favourites.
    • If you know it, talk about it a little bit in an honest way, what you thought of it, and make a guess at why she might have liked it. Even if you are wrong, your mate will usually love the fact that you are interested enough to try. Remember, the opposite of talking is not waiting, it's listening.
    • Make sure you're actually listening, not just waiting for your turn to talk. Put off a vibe that tells her that she can tell you anything. Make her feel safe.

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    Don't brush your wife off. People often find it exasperating when they get the feeling their partner treats them as an inferior in a relationship. Women are no exception. A lot of people have been taught that the only way to get attention when their partner is trying to ignore them is to act more emotional and be louder until the partner finally surrenders and pays attention to her, even if in annoyance.
    • If people feel they're being given the cold treatment by people who are supposed to be important to them, they get worried. Especially when it happens without you giving an explanation for why this disturbance has occurred. People aren't mind readers. Your mate is not likely to be able to guess that you're cranky just because they wouldn't let you do something that they felt was very trivial, whereas you found it important.
    • If you know that your mood might lead you to overreact, simply say "I'm feeling really irritated right now. Can we talk about this later after I cool off a bit?" (Don't forget to follow through and actually give her your time later.)

Respect Her

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    Don't show her even the mildest forms of contempt. Contempt is poison in a relationship. You don't have to act like you like what she said or did, but do not take on an attitude of superiority, even subtly in passing, such as momentary smirking, sighs of disgust or eye-rolling. Such gestures, though seemingly insignificant, deeply show a lack of support, respect and trust, especially over a period of time.
    • The way you naturally act towards her should subtly validate her as a person, even when you do not understand or agree with her. Giving eye contact when she has something important to tell you shows respect; not giving eye contact shows disrespect and that you don't care about her or what she has to say. This will destroy any attempt to communicate well.
    • If you show contempt in front of your child(ren) they will then feel that is an appropriate way to treat their mother. A son may feel he can treat his wife with contempt if he witnessed you treat your wife that way.

Be Romantic

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    Be romantic. What "being romantic" means varies widely from person to person, but at its core, romance involves doing something to express affection in a meaningful yet unexpected way. A true act of romance requires creativity and sincerity, often inspired by love (either its presence or its possibility).
    Reintroduce the excitement that characterized the beginning of the relationship. Do something different, something that your wife wouldn't expect. The more out of the ordinary, the better!

    • Treat your wife like they're single, like you're trying to earn her affection and trust. The opposite of being romanced is being taken for granted. No one wants to feel like they've already been "caught" and it's over and done with.
    • There are millions of ways to say "I love you" and "I'm lucky to have you." Think of the world as your medium. You can write it, say it, sculpt it, look it, hide it, shout it, paint it, kiss it, fold it, grow it, touch it, and express it in unlimited ways.
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    Keep your sex life invigorated. Kiss her goodbye in the morning like you don't want her to leave. It gives her something to think about all day. Be romantic. Suggest new ideas. Ask what she likes. Be willing to put her pleasure ahead of yours. Talk about it. Intimacy (emotional and physical closeness) is important to women.

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    Give gifts as a surprise. Anyone can buy a gift for a birthday, Christmas or an anniversary. Listen to her when you are out window shopping, and if there is something she likes, and it's within your price range, remember it and surprise her with it when she least expects it, for no reason at all. Or pick something up on your way home from work, and tell her you were thinking of her when you saw it. It doesn't have to be big or expensive - a book you know she will like, or a CD of her favourite band are nice gestures.

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    Give what she needs. Ask her for what she needs to feel loved by you. If she needs you to give her compliments, learn to master the art of compliments. If she needs to you to come home on time, be on time. If you know that you are going to be late coming home, call her and let her know. If she needs you to help children with homework, spend time with the family instead of going out with your friend, or spend a quality time with her, give it to her. Being married is being of service. You give your wife because you love her. True giving is to give what the other person needs.

Always Be Available

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    Take care of her. Your wife may feel overwhelmed with kids and work. Don't hesitate to cook her favorite food or make her favorite drink. Help with the kids and help around the house (like doing dishes). Wives aren't superwomen as much as you'd like them to be.

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    Be her greatest supporter. Be someone she knows that she can always count on. Be there for her when she has had a long day. Listen to her with attentive eyes and ears. Back her up 100 percent! And always protect her, both physically and emotionally. If you have done something to hurt her, even if you didn't mean to, tell her you are sorry and show her affection. This must be sincere! There's nothing worse than an "I'm sorry" that is put on or phony.
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    Understand that your personal relationship should be more important to you than your other family members, work, friends, etc. She is your partner in all things. Treat her as such. If you're worried about looking independent in front of them, then talk with your wife and set clear expectations about what decisions you can make without each other, and what decisions must absolutely be discussed. But also, ask yourself why you feel you should look independent instead of married. It may not be hard to say "Let me talk this over with my other half."
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    Do your part. Don't make her ask you to pull your own weight around the house. This makes her feel like a nag, and it creates an adult/child relationship. Which is never good. She is your partner not your mother. Show her she can count on you to get things handled.

Be Responsible

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    Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your actions. The main difference between a man and a boy, and adult and a child, is that men are responsible. Men honor their commitments, accept their duties and are accountable for damages they incur, debts they owe and claims they make. Men clean up after themselves (figuratively and literally). Men know that anyone can father a baby but only a man who understands and accepts responsibility can be a good father. Men refuse to make anyone do anything they themselves are unwilling to do. Sometimes men make sacrifices for the people they love and care about. That's life. It's part of growing up, whether you like it or not. The difference between a man and a boy is that a man steps up to the plate, while a boy hesitates or complains.

Monday, March 18, 2013

Companions for life : Marriage Bond

God created gaps between fingers so that life partner comes and fills that gap by holding your hand forever. One should complement the other and Each partner must take the responsibility for building the relationship. Understanding plays the vital role in improving compatability. Also, It must be remembered, however, that there can be no authentic or enduring love without constant effort and readiness for sacrifice by both partners. The love, care and support makes it easy to adjust in. And when the marriage is successful and couple are happy together then they can bring the surprising rewards of staying together.

Monday, March 11, 2013

Men should do for Women

I feel Men need to respect the likes and dislikes of Women. Men should realize and truly believe women are as talented, capable as men, and sometimes even more. Men should not discriminate in the work place or at home. Men have to respect boundaries and make sure their words not make women feel uncomfortable. Men have to respect women's choices - in what they wear, what they eat, what and with whom they talk, where they want to go and at what time n all. Men should never use force or intimidation towards women for anything. Women are not just to assist others in living their lives. They have their own life, dreams and ambitions. Women should not sacrifice and compromise just to keep their men happy. When we are asking for equality then we shouldn`t fake ourselves and tell what bothers us. It will only help for better understanding of each other`s differences. Right?

Wednesday, August 8, 2012


Marriage succeeds by being loyal, sympathetic, loving, caring and respecting each other. Good relationships meet in the middle. The most important trip one will likely take in life is meeting others half way. Couples can achieve far more by working together, rather than against them. Giving others a voice, and showing them that their ideas matter, will have a long-lasting impact on both them and their relationship.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Relationship Truths not to Forget

12 Relationship Truths We Often Forget
It’s easy to make your relationships more complicated than they are.  Here are twelve simple reminders to help you keep them on course.
  1. All successful relationships require some work. – They don’t just happen, or maintain themselves.  They exist and thrive when the parties involved take the risk of sharing what it is that’s going on in their minds and hearts.  Open communication and honesty is the key. 
  2. Most of the time you get what you put in. – If you want love, give love.  If you want friends, be friendly.  If you’d like to feel understood, try being more understanding.  It’s a simple practice that works.
  3. You shouldn’t have to fight for a spot in someone’s life. – Never force someone to make a space in their life for you, because if they know your worth, they will create one for you.
  4. There is a purpose for everyone you meet. – Some people will test you, some will use you, and some will teach you; but most importantly some will bring out the best in you.  Learn to see and accept the differences between these people, and carry on accordingly.
  5. We all change, and that’s okay. – Our needs change with time.  When someone says, “You’ve changed,” it’s not always a bad thing.  Sometimes itjust means you stopped living your life their way.  Don’t apologize for it.  Instead, be open and sincere, explain how you feel, and keep doing what you know in your heart is right.
  6. You are in full control of your own happiness. – If your relationship with yourself isn’t working, don’t expect your other relationships to be any different.  Nobody else in this world can make you happy.  It’s something you have to do on your own.  And you have to create your own happiness first before you can share it with someone else.  If you feel that it’s your partner’s fault, think again, and look within yourself to find out what piece is missing.  Your partner can never ‘complete’ you because you are already whole.  The longing for completion that you feel inside comes from being out of touch with who you are. 
  7. Forgiving others helps YOU. – Forgiveness is not saying, “What you did to me is okay.”  It is saying, “I’m not going to let what you did to me ruin my happiness forever.”  Forgiveness is the answer.  It doesn’t mean you’re erasing the past, or forgetting what happened. It means you’re letting go of the resentment and pain, and instead choosing to learn from the incident and move on with your life.
  8. You can’t change people; they can only change themselves. – Instead of trying to change others, give them your support and lead by example.  If there’s a specific behavior someone you love has that you’re hoping disappears over time, it probably won’t.  If you really need them to change something, be honest and put all the cards on the table so this person knows what you need them to do.
  9. Heated arguments are a waste of time. – The less time you spend arguing with the people who hurt you, the more time you’ll have to love the people who love you.  And if you happen to find yourself arguing with someone you love, don’t let your anger get the best of you.  Give yourself some time to calm down and then gently discuss the situation. 
  10. You are better off without some people. – When you have to start compromising yourself and your morals for the people around you, it’s probably time to change the people around you. If someone continuously mistreats you or pushes you in the wrong direction, have enough respect for yourself to walk away from them. It may hurt for a little while, but it’ll be ok. You’ll be ok, and far better off in the long run.
  11. Small gestures of kindness go a long way. – Honor your important relationships in some way every chance you get.  Every day you have the opportunity to make your relationship sweeter and deeper by making small gestures to show your appreciation and affection.  Remember, making one person smile can change the world.  Maybe not the whole world, but their world.  Your kindness and gratitude matters.
  12. Even the best relationships don’t last forever. – People don’t live forever.  Appreciate what you have, who loves you and who cares for you.  You’ll never know how much they mean to you until the day they are no longer beside you.  And remember, just because something doesn’t last forever, doesn’t mean it wasn’t worth your while

Friday, December 16, 2011

Become Your Spouse’s Best Friend

Your marriage is a living example of what it is like to be in a close relationship with you.

A Couple, Riding Bikes and Hoding Hands Photo courtesy of ©, Image #10291317
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Unfortunately, we live in a culture that is very me-centered. Gail and I often talk to people who are frustrated with their spouses. Most of this stems from the fact that they are not getting what they think they need or what they think they should be getting.
I am not saying that it is wrong to give voice to your needs. I am saying that it is often an ineffective way to get them met, unless you first sow the seeds of giving and servanthood. (This is also good practice for being a leader in any sphere of life.)

If you are, then I would recommend three steps:
  1. Make a list of what you would want in a best-friend. If you were going to advertise on List for a best friend, what would the ad look like? Perhaps it might look like this:
    Wanted: Best Friend Prospective candidates will:
    • Make me feel good about being me.
    • Affirm my best qualities (especially when I am feeling insecure)
    • Call out the best in me, and hold me accountable to the best version of myself.
    • Listen without judging or trying to fix me.
    • Give me the benefit of the doubt.
    • Extend grace to me when I am grumpy or having a bad day.
    • Remember my birthday, favorite foods, music, and art.
    • Know my story and love me regardless.
    • Spend time with me, just because they enjoy my company.
    • Speak well of me when I am not present.
    • Serve me with a joyful spirit and without complaining.
    • Speak the truth to me when no one else will.
    • Never shame me, diminish me, or make me feel small.
    • Become excited about what I am excited about.
    • Celebrate my wins!
  2. Now become that person for your spouse. That’s right. Turn the table. Make this a list of the kind of friend you will become. I can promise you this: anyone who does half of these kinds of things will have more friends than he or she knows what to do with. But what if you focused this effort on your spouse? Think of the possibilities.
  3. Keep sowing the seeds, until the relationship blossoms. How long will it take to create this kind of relationship? It all depends on where you are starting. For some, it might be several months. For others, it might take years. Friendships are like gardens; they must be cultivated. The key is to be consistent and persistent—without expectations.
This is really nothing more than the application of the Golden Rule to marriage: “Do to others what you would want them to do to you”.
If couples would invest in one another like I am suggesting, the divorce rate would plummet. Romance is important. Sex is too. But a solid friendship is the foundation of everything else.

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Celebrity Hot List

Date of Birth: May 03, 1984
Relationships: Maxwell Zagorski, ex-boyfriend (2008 to 2010)

2 Pippa Middleton

Date of Birth: September 06, 1983
Relationships: Alex Loudon, boyfriend (2010 to present; on & off)

3 Kate Middleton

Date of Birth: January 09, 1982
Relationships: Prince William, husband (2002 to present)

4 Prince William

Date of Birth: June 21, 1982
Relationships: Kate Middleton, wife (2002 to present)

5 Justin Bieber

Date of Birth: March 01, 1994
Relationships: Selena Gomez, girlfriend (2010 to present)

6 Kim Kardashian

Date of Birth: October 21, 1980
Relationships: Kris Humphries, husband (Dec. 2010 to present; divorce pending)

7 Katy Perry

Date of Birth: October 25, 1984
Relationships: Russell Brand, husband (2009 to present)

8 Khloé Kardashian

Date of Birth: June 27, 1984
Relationships: Lamar Odom, husband (2009 to present)

9 Ashton Kutcher

Date of Birth: February 07, 1978
Relationships: Demi Moore, wife (2003 to present; divorce pending)

10 Demi Moore

Date of Birth: November 11, 1962
Relationships: Ashton Kutcher, husband (2003 to present; divorce pending)

11 Angelina Jolie

Date of Birth: June 04, 1975
Relationships: Brad Pitt, partner (2005 to present)

12 Brad Pitt

Date of Birth: December 18, 1963
Relationships: Angelina Jolie, girlfriend (2005 to present)

13 Heidi Klum

Date of Birth: June 01, 1973
Relationships: Seal Samuel, husband (Feb. 2004 to present)

14 Selena Gomez

Date of Birth: July 22, 1992
Relationships: Justin Bieber, boyfriend (2010 to present)

15 Blake Lively

Date of Birth: August 25, 1987
Relationships: Ryan Reynolds, boyfriend (Oct. 2011 to present)

16 Jessica Alba

Date of Birth: April 28, 1981
Relationships: Cash Warren, husband (2005 to present)

17 Kristen Stewart

Date of Birth: April 09, 1990
Relationships: Robert Pattinson, boyfriend (2009 to present)

18 Fergie

Date of Birth: March 27, 1975
Relationships: Josh Duhamel, husband (2004 to present)

19 Lady Gaga

Date of Birth: March 28, 1986
Relationships: Luc Carl, ex-boyfriend (early 2000s to 2011; on and off)

20 Jennifer Hudson

Date of Birth: September 12, 1981
Relationships: David Otunga, fiancé (2008 to present)

21 Rihanna

Date of Birth: February 20, 1988
Relationships: Matt Kemp, ex-boyfriend (Nov. 2009 to 2010)

22 Eva Longoria

Date of Birth: March 15, 1975
Relationships: Eduardo Cruz (linked in 2011)

23 Jessica Simpson

Date of Birth: July 10, 1980
Relationships: Eric Johnson, fiancé (2010 to present)

24 Sandra Bullock

Date of Birth: July 26, 1964
Relationships: Jesse James, ex-husband (2003 to 2010)

25 Kirstie Alley

Date of Birth: January 12, 1951
Relationships: James Wilder, ex-boyfriend (1997 to 2000)

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Aish Abhi - A AB Baby

Aish Abhi baby seems to be indeed lucky and has started playing with money even before entering into  the world. Following the trend of Bollywood celebrities, the baby has built up a connection and has already become favorite of Mafia.
It’s common knowledge that bookies bet millions of rupees whenever India plays cricket with other countries, but we rarely hear of them betting on Indian celebrities. Betting mafia who set to see millions of rupees change hands everyday, this time calls betting on the sex of unborn baby of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.
Days after Big B broke the news of daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s pregnancy on micro-blogging site Twitter, the bookies have gone into an overdrive guessing when the baby would arrive and what would be its sex. It has become hot pot for bookies to cash in on. Aishwarya Rai is the first Indian Actress on whose baby betting is done by mafia.
According to reports, the betting mafia has been gambling millions of rupees over the sex of the unborn child of Abhishek Bachchan and the former Miss World. Bookies around the country have been investing money these days betting whether the new member in the Bollywood’s first family would be a boy or a girl.
It is reported that the betting mafia is pumping in millions of rupees to predict the sex of Aishwarya Rai’s unborn child. The news is also doing the rounds that bookies are trying to contact the actress’ doctor to know the gender of the unborn child.
As the delivery date would draw near, betting would be intensified and the betting amount would see steep ups and downs.

Most are expecting that it could be on 11-11-11 and it would be a girl and there will be no media coverage.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

How To Handle Feedback

An important skill for achieving success in life is learning how to respond to feedback from the people around you. When you master this skill you’ll have the power to improve almost every aspect of your life.


There are three different types of feedback:
(1) Positive feedback 
(2) Constructive negative feedback 
(3) Destructive negative feedback
How To Handle Positive Feedback
Positive feedback is a gift and it should be acknowledged and appreciated like any other gift. Surprisingly, many people dismiss positive feedback with off hand comments. Do any of these examples sound familiar to you?
Feedback: "You look beautiful tonight"
Response: "No I don’t, I just look the same as always"
Feedback: "You did a great job on that report"
Response: "Oh, it was nothing"
Feedback: "I love your necklace!"
Response: "It’s not real, its a fake"
Making dismissive comments like this in response to positive feedback is the equivalent of being handed a gift and tossing it over your shoulder without even opening it.
A much better way to respond to positive feedback is to simply make eye contact, smile, and say, "Thank-you". By doing this you will acknowledge and enjoy the gift of positive feedback.
How To Handle Constructive Negative Feedback
Believe it or not, this is the most beneficial type of feedback of all. While positive feedback can help you feel better, constructive negative feedback can help you get better.
Many people get defensive when someone gives them constructive negative feedback. They say things like, "What would she know!" or alternatively, they try and justify themselves and prove the other person wrong.
A much better way to respond to constructive negative feedback is to thank the person for taking the time to provide you with feedback and then ask yourself:
How can I use this feedback to improve?
For example if you own a business and a customer complains about something, instead of trying to prove the customer wrong, thank them for the feedback and take the opportunity to improve your business so that the complaint does not impact another customer in the future.
When you use negative feedback in this way, it becomes a powerful tool for improving your business, your work environment and your relationships.
How To Handle Desctructive Negative Feedback
Destructive negative feedback is negative energy that is meant to cause pain rather than help you to improve. The important thing to understand about destructive feedback is that it is often a way for someone to lash out at the world around them.
In many cases it has very little to do with you and everything to do with the way that person is feeling about themselves and their own problems.
The best way to deal with destructive negative feedback is to recognise it for what it is and just let it go without taking it to heart.
Unfortunately many people have their ‘feedback model’ back-to-front. They dismiss positive feedback, fight constructive negative feedback and dwell on destructive negative feedback.
If instead, you can learn to accept and enjoy positive feedback, use constructive negative feedback to constantly improve and avoid destructive negative feedback, you will greatly accelerate your progress to success.
This Week’s Action Steps
1. Learn to recognise and distinguish between the three types of feedback.
2. When you receive positive feedback, accept and enjoy it as a gift. Simply make eye contact, smile and say thank-you.
3. When you receive constructive negative feedback say, "Thanks for the feedback" and use it to improve.
4. When you receive destructive negative feedback, recognise that it is the act of someone lashing out and don’t take it to heart.