- Published on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 15:36
- Written by Shoket Gulam
Many people take the institution of Marriage as a Tradition and a family norm to get married, however, marriage is not just a symbol of getting authority with the community or family but a responsibility which has actually no equal.
Marriage is not a Bed of Roses as most people may tend to feel or think! Marriage is a Responsibility from day one!
- Published on Sunday, 30 December 2012 18:09
- Written by Olivia Metcalf
A psychology researcher from Canberra has collected some of the first scientific evidence that video gaming can be addictive in a way similar to gambling and alcohol.
"People who spend an excessive amount of time playing video games are powerless to stop themselves from thinking about gaming," says Olivia Metcalf, who did the research for her PhD at the Australian National University. "This is a pattern typical of addiction," she says.
- Published on Friday, 14 October 2011 12:38
- Written by Svetlana Smetanina
Traditional words 'father' and 'mother' will be replaced with official terms Parent 1 and Parent 2 in Britain. The terms will be used in official documents. The authorities decided to make such a "politically correct" move to accommodate same-sex couples. Experts are sure, though, that the matter is not about the requirements of certain social groups. The decision is another step towards the destruction of traditional families.
The words 'father' and 'mother' will be removed from British passport applications before December 2011. This became an achievement of Stonewall group, which defends the rights of sex minorities. The US State Department tried to do the same before, but it was eventually decided not to remove the two words from US passport applications.
- Published on Sunday, 09 September 2012 14:33
- Written by Maria Zain
“Who knew marriage could be so difficult?” asked Sara:
“One day you’re this care-free woman, pretty selfish and self-indulgent. Next you have a roomie – and one that is supposed to share that room with you for the rest of your life!”
“We were living on top of each other,” she added,
“Everyone has disagreements – big and small – and we’re all supposed to handle them in some way or another.”
All married couples experience difficulties. Learning to disagree can be one of the hardest but most rewarding experiences in a marriage. Even more rewarding is resolving these disagreements and keeping unhappiness at bay.
- Published on Tuesday, 20 September 2011 23:09
- Written by Umm Amina
It is safe to say that everyone has loved someone or something in their life time. If you pay close attention to the use of the word love, you'll see it's used a lot. The question is "Do we mean it when we say it?". "Do we know what love is?" or better yet, Do we know how to love?
- Published on Sunday, 12 February 2012 18:12
- Written by Abu Ibrahim
How Husbands Should Treat Their Wives
Men and women are different. Despite being equal in every mental aspect and almost every physical aspect, we are still different. Therefore, it should be no surprise that there is a difference in how husbands treat their wives and wives treat their husbands.
- Published on Wednesday, 14 September 2011 16:41
- Written by Donna Andersen
I married a con man—a man who I now consider to be a sociopath. I didn't know anything about sociopaths when I said, "I do." Well, I learned about sociopaths (also called psychopaths) the hard way.
In fact, I've written a book about how it all happened. It's called Love Fraud-How marriage to a sociopath fulfilled my spiritual plan.
I thought I was marrying a successful businessman, James Montgomery. It turned out I was his business. He took all my money and left me seriously in debt.
Think it couldn't happen to you? Think again.
- Published on Thursday, 27 October 2011 08:19
- Written by Neha Joshi
Differences are differences, aren't they? And of course, they aren't for the good, ever! However, when we talk about dealing with cultural differences in a relationship, it is an altogether different game. Overcome these, and make the love stay, till eternity! Read on for more on this.
"It is the things in common that make relationships enjoyable, but it is the little differences that make them interesting." ~ Todd Ruthman
- Published on Tuesday, 13 September 2011 15:34
- Written by Sarah Phillips
New research suggests that European women are two-and-a-half times more likely to suffer from depression than men, and twice as depressed as they were in the 70s
Does juggling childcare and work make women susceptible to depression?
- Published on Sunday, 16 October 2011 21:36
- Written by The Dreamer
A recent study has resulted out in a fact that kids of divorced parents do not perform good, both socially and academically. Check the details here:
In this world, a child always seeks and looks up to his parents for any need or emotional support. But when parents decide to get separated without giving a thought to what will happen to the life of their child, this situation delivers many worries for the kid. There are many examples when kids see their parents fighting and using foul language against each other. That is why such children do not grow as confident and intelligent individuals. This is also because they never get the right kind of guidance to handle the situations and difficulties of life. Thus, a disturbed parent relationship can even disturb the whole life of a kid. So, take a look here at a review about a new study that has stamped this aspect with their research. View inside!!
- Published on Friday, 09 September 2011 20:28
- Written by Ian Sample
Women who are seven to nine years older than their husbands have a 20% higher mortality rate than if they were the same age.
Marrying someone younger reduces your mortality rate if you're a man – but increases it if you're a woman.
The secret to a longer life is to marry someone the same age, at least if you are a woman, researchers say.