“You can get your partner to lead however you want; kick him or tell him the next move, but you do not lead!” joked our dance instructor, addressing the women in the salsa class. My husband and I signed up
A version of this article first appeared in Her View From Home. Not too long ago my husband and I attended a marriage conference. Well, to be more precise, some bribing and coercion may have been involved in getting the hubbers there.
There’s this show on Netflix called Heartland. I love it. I’m hooked. Each time a new season is uploaded, my husband knows I’m going to be glued to my laptop for the next few days. The question that begs my
I started dating in my mid-teens. I made several silly choices which led me to experience physical and emotional relationships waaay before my time. I have a past which is dicey and even as I write this, I am scared
“Marriage is a very difficult relationship for nearly everyone and I’m sure you shouldn’t do it if you want a quiet little easy life.” Fay Weldon Before our wedding day, almost every married couple we met told us it was
The day he asked me out, on 16th August 2012, he quoted these words to me, “Wanna pack your bags, something small Take what you need and we disappear Without a trace we’ll be gone, gone The moon and the
“You are not romantic,” he said. “You’re not romantic at all!” We were at the Mumbai airport, juggling luggage and our baby, headed home to Goa. I didn’t really have time to process this unexpected admission. If anything, my husband was
By the time you read this post, my husband and I would have completed seven years of wedded bliss. On the 17th of February 2009, we pledged our lives to each other before God and family. I don’t know where