This marriage lark ... What's it all about, then? Is it really possible for two people to know without doubt that they want to spend the rest of their lives together? The answer, of course, is yes - even the most hardened cynic must admit that - but marriage is also something that you will both need to work on constantly for as long as you both live (or are together). ..
I know that it can work out. I know that your relationship can be just what you want it to be. Why? Because fate has placed this book in your hands. Maybe it was a present from a wellmeaning friend. Maybe somebody said to you, 'Look, if you want to save your relationship, why don't you at least read a book about it?' Maybe your partner threw it at you, shouting, 'Why don't you do something about our relationship, then?' Maybe it simply turned up in front of you..
Having a perfect relationship sounds like something most of us can only dream about, yet with this book Dr Lucy Atcheson shows how that dream can become a reality - for everyone.
When you are in a good relationship, everything in life seems to go your way. You are happier and more selfconfident. ..
The joy of the best relationships is their changing nature: they surprise up and adapt throughout our lives. However, what happens when we cannot find a way to adapt?
Whether your relationship is seriously dysfunctional or simply not quite as good as you'd like it to be, this book is for you. ..
·Marriage is an emotional and legal commitment of two people to share emotional and physical intimacy various tasks and economic resources.
.Marriage is the joining of two families. When individuals marry they not only each other but their partners family and friends too.
Where there is marriage without low, there will be love outside marriage.
Non communication in marriage is also a form of communication...
Why would an age-old institution require new treatment? Because, says Dr Vijay Nagaswami, it is a fact of modern life that people are floundering even harder in their pursuit of their holy grail of marriage - happiness. In The 24 x 7 Marriage, he points, with skill and humour, to some popularly posed questions - and their somewhat startling solutions - that couples must ideally address before they affix a date to their wedding invitations ... or as soon as possible after.
The Fifty-50 Marriage: Return to intimacy, the second in Nagaswami's series on the 'New Indian Marriage', caters to such readers as have moved on - to committed relationships that may have nevertheless lost some of their earlier spark...
Marriages are in a perpetual state of transition, continually moving from one season to another -- perhaps not annually, as in nature, but just as certainly and consistently. Sometimes we find ourselves in winter: distant, discouraged and dissatisfied; other times, we experience springtime: a time of hope, filled with openness and anticipation. On other occasions, we bask in the warmth of summer: satisfied and comfortable, simply enjoying life together. And, in times of fall, negligence and unc..
Once again John Gray uses his signature insight into relationship dynamics to help Martians and Venusians not only understand and accept their differences, but grow in love and understanding while improving the quality of their lives. Some recent and very exciting scientific discoveries have proven that the differences between the sexes and how they relate to one another are biochemically based, and can be explained by ... our hormones!
John provides simple tips and the practical knowledge yo..
Why is it that wives sometimes take a roundabout path when communicating with their husbands? The truth can take a backseat, get twisted, and even get turned totally inside out. Each lie keeps wives from experiencing true intimacy with their husbands. In this insightful, breakthrough book, Tim and Sheila Riter shed light on the twelve most common lies wives tell their husbands, and reveal what women are really trying to say - as well as what they yearn to hear. Wives.' will be relieved to discov..
10 SECRETS OF A GREAT MARRIAGE is organized in 10 easy-to-follow chapters that highlight the essential elements of a happy and lasting marriage. Topics covered include how to be the right partner, how to date with purpose, how to juggle a growing family and how to deal with the "Big Six" - six non-negotiable and important issues including religion (to practice or not to), children(how many- if any - to have), money (how to save and how to spend) and even recreation (how to enjoy time ..
Every couple has disagreements. Unfortunately, when couples argue, the goal is not to resolve the conflict at hand but rather to win the fight. When one of you wins, the other loses - and nobody wants to be or live with a loser. Trusted relationship expert Dr. Gary Chapman provides a simple blueprint to help you and your spouse achieve win-win solutions to everyday conflicts and disagreements that will put an end to arguing once and for all and leave both of you feeling loved, listened to, and a..
Women grow up on fairy tales and weave their love and life stories around Prince Charmings, passionate love and languorous kisses ending in happily-ever-afters. But nothing prepares them for the real world, the disillusionment and complications of modern-day relationships...
Marriage is a complex state, the relationship can be challenging, and the changes in lifestyle that it involves for each partner needs time to get used to. The author takes a look at this relationship through Spouse: The Truth About Marriage and examines the reasons for the success and failure of marriages...
Do you, like many modern Indian couples, worry about your marriage? Do you feel that your most intimate relationship could be more fulfilling and wonder how you and your partner can attain a deeper level of love? Psychiatrist and marital therapist Dr. Vijay Nagaswami offers advice to today’s Indian couples who want to strengthen their marital relationship. He expertly guides partners through problems that they face routinely and identifies challenges encountered in both arranged and love marriag..
We've all heard the statistic: 50% of marriages end in divorce. It's enough to make many couples give up when the going gets tough. But what if it weren't true? What if, in fact, it's not only possible but often easier than you think to save a seemingly troubled relationship?These are the questions leading New York Times journalist Tara Parker-Pope asked herself after her own divorce. Turning to some of the top biologists, neuroscientists and psychologists, she uncovered the truth about marriage..
Do you and your partner bicker over trivial things, and do you find yourself thinking about how much more fun life together used to be? If the answer is 'yes' to either or both questions, it's little wonder! Relationships are complicated, and they don't come with a user's manual. Until now. Enter Spousonomics - a fun, original relationship guide which offers a brilliant, fresh twist to standard advice by showing how economics - that's right, economics - is the key to happiness...
The book, Arranged Marriage, is the debut novel of the author. It has gathered much praise from its readers. This book throws light on the issues faced by the Indian woman, who is stuck with cultural changes, and is free at the same time, battling to make a life for herself. The book gives a stunning documentary of the life of a young bride whose life takes a turn for the worse when her spouse is killed, leaving her to fend for herself. The book also throws light on the life of a middle-aged wom..
Everybody is doing it everywhere in the world - getting married. So you might be pardoned for thinking that it's all in a day's work for you: your grandparents were married; your parents were married; you are married; so your children will eventually marry ... and live happily ever after !?!..
movies, TV, magazines, even billboards at the mall. No wonder you are more confused than ever. In a straight-up no-holds-barred approach, Justin Lookadoo tells you what you've always wanted to know about sex but have been too afraid to ask! ..
Marriages can thrive only where there's real intimacy. So why is it that husbands sometimes feel compelled to misstate, shade, or just flat-out .lie to their wives? In this breakthrough book for men, Tim and Sheila Riter tackle the twelve most common lies that husbands tell their wives and reveal what husbands wish they could really say. Husbands will be relieved to find authors who understand and relate to their experiences; and wives, no doubt, will find it fascinating to learn what's really g..
“This is an exceptional and outstanding book for strengthening... the sacred covenant of marriage and committed relationships. It is a practical, realistic, and inspirational resource for exploring, cultivating, and learning from and about the mystery of love.”
– Angeles Arrien, Ph.D., author of The Four-Fold Way and Signs of Life..
Follow the golden rule. Do unto your mate as you would, have your mate do unto you. Be aware of each other's feelings, and sensitive to each other's needs. Forgive as you would be forgiven. Avoid domination or condemnation, disrespect or disloyalty, as you would have your mate avoid these toward you. This is a basic rule for all human relations, and if you adopt it also as a basic rule in your marriage relation, your marriage will have an excellent chance of success...
The world is always in the process of being. The evolution of thought is an eternal process ··· which goes on ad infinitum, unaffected by time and space. This book, Marriage and Prostitution, is an example of evolution of thoughts. The book is an exposition of rotten social code of conducts end suggests a new code of conduct in the evolving time and in the wake of global village theory. The book is really a bold expression of various hoaxes of societies - still followed in the name of culture an..
Forget about waiting for the perfect mate! You can go out and find "The One" yourself when you follow this plan. Rajat Banerjee has distilled the very best of his intuitive tips into this one-of-a-kind book. And now it's your turn!
Your To-Do List for the next nine weeks:
Weeks 1-2: Figure out what you really want from your partner
Weeks 3-4: Be a good listener
Weeks 5-6: Be happy
Weeks 7-8: Take a SWOT analysis and make the big decision
Week 9: Practice all of the above and don'..
WISE, PRAGMATIC AND FRIENDLY INSIGHTS FROM ACCLAIMED RELATOINSHIPS EXPERT VIJAY NAGASWAMI!
Everyone is or wants to be part of a couple. Everyone also soon realises that this is not as easy they thought. But with a little bit of help, its certainly possible to get it right. Here, in a convenient package of three, you can go from choosing your right mates, nurturing them-and even curing yourselves when relationships start hurting more than they should!..
Are you ready for marriage?
Are you easy to live with?
How well do you know your spouse?
Are you right for each other?
Are you afraid of intimacy?
Are you romantic?
Here's a series of books that are not just another set of test-yourself books. Highly readable, these books are written by professionals and provide expert guidance to help you evaluate yourself, and enrich and fortify your life...
From the Backcover of 'Albert Einstein - A Biography' By Alice Calaprice
Albert Einstein was named 'Person of the Century' and remains one of the most famous scientists in, world history. But what was he really like, as a person?
Summary of 'Eat & Run - My Unlikely Journey To Ultramarathon Greatness' By Scott Jurek And Steve Friedman
'What a triumph - both Scott Jurek's life and this one-of-a-kind book. I've seen Scott in action as he defies unimaginable..
Summary of 'Start-Up Sutra What The Angels Wont Tell You About Business And Life' By Rohit Prasad
An entrepreneur is someone who stands up to the universe, to all that has come before, and says, I can know your essence, I will change your expr..