“Marriage is a relationship in which one person is always right and the other is the Husband”

“Kaun kiske sath hai?          Kaun kisse baat kar raha hai?

Kitni baat kar raha hai?                          Vo kitna accha lag raha hai?

Aaj usne mujhe Dekha!

What is love?

Love is one of the most profound emotions known to human beings. There are many kinds of love, but many people seek its expression in a romantic relationship with a compatible partner (or partners). For these individuals, romantic relationships comprise one of the most meaningful aspects of life and are a source of deep fulfillment. In Gen-x, we only think of getting engaged with anyone without thinking about the outcomes, and when it comes to reality, we feel inferior or tensed about it and one really thinks to leave the person rather than fighting for the one. Love is a sacrifice without any greed or expectation that we expect from our loved ones, especially when the other is willing to give it all.


Falling in love is the easy part. The challenge for couples is how to rekindle the fires of romance from time to time and cultivate the mature, trusting love that is the hallmark of a lasting relationship.

What’s Your Love Style?

When you say, “I love you,” what do you mean?

As a study says, the love scale identifies six distinct types of love found in our closest relationships.

Romantic: Based on passion and sexual attraction

Best Friends: Fondness and deep affection

Logical: Practical feelings based on shared values, financial goals, religion, etc. 

Playful: Feelings evoked by flirtation or feeling challenged

Possessive: Jealousy and obsession

Unselfish: Nurturing, kindness, and sacrifice

Researchers have found that the love we feel in our most committed relationships is typically a combination of two or three different forms of love. But often, two people in the same relationship can have very different versions of how they define love.

Understanding what makes your partner feel loved can help you navigate conflict and put the romance back into your relationship.


Nowadays, do people seriously know what love is? Or they are just pretending to love each other. As Bhide in Tarak Mehta ka Oolta Chasma, every time says –  “Humare zaamane mein toh aisa hota tha”, in 90s couples used to love each other passionately and despite many fights and arguments, they used to live together happily just for the sake of love and respect of each other. But in today’s Gen-x, a little fight or argument takes that relationship or marriage to the end of it.

Why your wife is always right?

There are 2 rules in the house:

#1 The wife is always right!

#2 If the wife is wrong, please refer to rule number #1

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