Monday, April 27, 2015

Don't delay in proposing..Express your thoughts real quick..

Hello friends,

Hope you're doing great there... Been a long time since I've posted anything in my blog.. So here's something for you. This post explains why you should not delay in expressing your love towards them...



Her diary

Today was the last day we met..
i thought he would propose he didnt..
he doesnt love me,crazy me..
how could i even assume dat..
i didnt look back i didnt want to show my tears to him.. 
the pain broke my heart when he walked away..
want him to be happy frever bcoz thinking abt old time,i can spend the rest of my life...!


His diary

I saw her beautiful face last time..
saw her smile and wanted to tell her that she means more than my life,bt she didnt even give me a glance...
she is really pretty i dnt deserve her..
i let go my angel today..
bt she will be burried in my heart till my last breath...!!


Conclusion

TEARS


So always convey your feelings to the ones you like or love...Might be a difficult task but remember Swami Vivekananda's words...
OPPORTUNITIES KNOCK YOUR DOOR VERY RARELY...IT DEPENDS ON YOU WHETHER YOU WILL OPEN THE DOOR OR NOT...SO friends,be wise and act wise..Keep loving,Keep rocking..!!

Regards,
Sriram Mallik.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Valentines day celebrations worldwide

Hello people,


Here is how valentines day is celebrated worldwide in many countries. Thanks to wikipedia for this wonderful document.

Celebration worldwide

Valentine's Day customs developed in early modern England and spread throughout the Anglosphere in the 19th century. In the later 20th and early 21st centuries, these customs have also spread to other countries along with other aspects of American pop culture, but its impact so far has been rather more limited than that of Halloween, or that of US pop-culture inspired aspects of Christmas (such as Santa Claus).
Tree in San Diego decorated with hearts on Valentine's Day with hearts
Due to a concentrated marketing effort, Valentine's Day is celebrated in some East Asian countries with Chinese and South Koreansspending the most money on Valentine's gifts.[72]

China

In China, the common situation is the man gives chocolate, flowers or both to the woman that he loves. In Chinese, Valentine's Day is called lovers' festival (simplified Chinese情人节traditional Chinese情人節pinyinqíng rén jié). The so-called "Chinese Valentine's Day" is the Qixi Festival, celebrated on the seventh day of the seventh month of the lunar calendar. It commemorates a day on which a legendary cowherder and weaving maid are allowed to be together. Valentine's Day on February 14 is not celebrated because it is often too close to the Chinese New Year, which usually falls on either January or February.[citation needed] In Chinese culture, there is an older observance related to lovers, called "The Night of Sevens" (Chinese七夕pinyinQi Xi). According to the legend, the Cowherd star and the Weaver Maid star are normally separated by the Milky Way (silvery river) but are allowed to meet by crossing it on the 7th day of the 7th month of the Chinese calendar.
In recent years, celebrating White Day has also become fashionable among some young people.

Finland and Estonia

In Finland Valentine's Day is called Ystävänpäivä which translates into "Friend's Day". As the name indicates, this day is more about remembering friends, not significant others. In Estonia Valentine's Day is called sõbrapäev, which has the same meaning.[73]

France

In France, a traditionally Catholic country, Valentine's Day is known simply as "Saint Valentin", and is celebrated in much the same way as other western countries.

Greece

St. Valentine's Day, or Ημέρα του Αγίου Βαλεντίνου in Greek tradition was not associated with romantic love; In the Eastern Orthodox church there is another Saint who protects people who are in love, Hyacinth of Caesarea (feast day 3 July), but in contemporary Greece, this tradition has mostly been superseded by the "globalized" form of Valentine's Day.[citation needed]

India

In India, in antiquity, there was a tradition of adoring Kamadeva, the lord of love; exemplificated by the erotic carvings in the Khajuraho Group of Monuments and by the writing of the Kamasutra treaty of lovemaking.[74] This tradition was lost around the Middle Ages, when Kamadeva was no longer celebrated, and public displays of sexual affection became frowned upon.[74] This repression of public affections persisted until the 1990s.
In the state of West Bengal, Saraswati Puja, a festival observed in early spring where Saraswati, the goddess of learning is worshipped; has often been seen as a Bengali version of Valentine's Day; especially among the urban middle-class youth.
Valentine's Day celebrations did not catch on in India until around 1992. It was spread due to the programs in commercial TV channels, such as MTV, dedicated radio programs and love letter competitions, in addition to an economical liberalization that allowed the explosion of the valentine card industry.[74][75] Economic liberalization also helped the Valentine card industry.[75] The celebration has caused a sharp change on how people have been displaying their affection in public since the Middle Ages.[74]
In modern times, Hindu and Islamic[76] traditionalists have considered the holiday to be cultural contamination from the West, a result of the globalization in India.[74][75] Shiv Senaand the Sangh Parivar have asked their followers to shun the holiday and the "public admission of love" because of them being "alien to Indian culture".[77] Although these protests are organized by political elites, the protesters themselves are middle-class Hindu men who fear that the globalization will destroy the traditions in their society: arranged marriagesHindu joint familiesfull-time mothers, etc.[75][76]
Despite these obstacles, Valentine's Day is becoming increasingly popular in India.[78]
Valentine's Day has been strongly criticized from a postcolonial perspective by intellectuals from the Indian left. The holiday is regarded as a front for "Western imperialism", "neocolonialism", and "the exploitation of working classes through commercialism by multinational corporations".[79] Studies have shown that Valentine's Day promotes and exacerbates income inequality in India, and aids in the creation of a pseudo-westernized middle class.[citation needed] As a result, the working classes and rural poor become more disconnected socially, politically, and geographically from the hegemonic capitalist power structure. They also criticize mainstream media attacks on Indians opposed to Valentine's Day as a form of demonization that is designed and derived to further the Valentine's Day agenda.[80][81] Right wing Hindu nationalists are also hostile. In February 2012 Subash Chouhan of the Bajrang Dal warned couples that "They cannot kiss or hug in public places. Our activists will beat them up".[82] He said "We are not against love, but we criticize vulgar exhibition of love at public places".[83]

Iran

In Iran, the Sepandarmazgan, or Esfandegan, is a festival where people express love towards their mothers and wives, and it is also a celebration of earth in ancient Persian culture. It has been progressively forgotten in favor of the Western celebration of Valentine's Day. The Association of Iran's Cultural and Natural Phenomena has been trying since 2006 to make Sepandarmazgan a national holiday on 17 February, in order to replace the Western holiday.[84]

Israel

In Israel, the Jewish tradition of Tu B'Av has been revived and transformed into the Jewish equivalent of Valentine's Day. It is celebrated on the 15th day of the month of Av(usually in late August). In ancient times girls would wear white dresses and dance in the vineyards, where the boys would be waiting for them (Mishna Taanith end of Chapter 4). Today, Tu B'Av is celebrated as a second holiday of love by secular people (beside Valentine's Day), and it shares many of the customs associated with Saint Valentine's Day in western societies. In modern Israeli culture Tu B'Av is a popular day to pronounce love, propose marriage and give gifts like cards or flowers.[85]

Japan

In JapanMorozoff Ltd. introduced the holiday for the first time in 1936, when it ran an advertisement aimed at foreigners. Later in 1953 it began promoting the giving of heart-shaped chocolates; other Japanese confectionery companies followed suit thereafter. In 1958 the Isetan department store ran a "Valentine sale". Further campaigns during the 1960s popularized the custom.[86][87]
The custom that only women give chocolates to men may have originated from the translation error of a chocolate-company executive during the initial campaigns.[88] In particular, office ladies give chocolate to their co-workers. Unlike western countries, gifts such as greeting cards,[88] candies, flowers, or dinner dates[89] are uncommon, and most of the activity about the gifts is about giving the right amount of chocolate to each person.[88] Japanese chocolate companies make half their annual sales during this time of the year.[88]
Many women feel obliged to give chocolates to all male co-workers, except when the day falls on a Sunday, a holiday. This is known as giri-choko (義理チョコ), from giri("obligation") and choko, ("chocolate"), with unpopular co-workers receiving only "ultra-obligatory" chō-giri choko cheap chocolate. This contrasts with honmei-choko (本命チョコ, favorite chocolate), chocolate given to a loved one. Friends, especially girls, may exchange chocolate referred to as tomo-choko (友チョコ); from tomo meaning "friend".[90]
In the 1980s the Japanese National Confectionery Industry Association launched a successful campaign to make March 14 a "reply day", where men are expected to return the favour to those who gave them chocolates on Valentine's Day, calling it White Day for the color of the chocolates being offered. A previous failed attempt to popularize this celebration had been done by a marshmallow manufacturer who wanted men to return marshmallows to women.[86][87]
Men are expected to return gifts that are at least two or three times more valuable than the gifts received in Valentine's Day. Not returning the gift is perceived as the man placing himself in a position of superiority, even if excuses are given. Returning a present of equal value is considered as a way to say that the relationship is being cut. Originally only chocolate was given, but now the gifts of jewelry, accessories, clothing and lingerie are usual. According to the official website of White Day, the color white was chosen because it's the color of purity, evoking "pure, sweet teen love", and because it's also the color of sugar. The initial name was "Ai ni Kotaeru White Day" (Answer Love on White Day).[86][87]
In Japan, the romantic "date night" associated to Valentine's Day is celebrated on Christmas Eve.[91]
In a 2006 survey of people between 10 and 49 years of age in Japan, Oricon Style found the 1986 Sayuri Kokushō single "Valentine Kiss" to be the most popular Valentine's Day song, even though it sold only 317,000 copies.[92] The singles it beat in the ranking were number one selling "Love Love Love" from Dreams Come True (2,488,630 copies) and "Valentine's Radio" from Yumi Matsutoya (1,606,780 copies). The final song in the top five was "My Funny Valentine" by Miles Davis.[92]
In Japan, a slightly different version of a holiday based on a lovers' story called Tanabata (七夕) has been celebrated for centuries, on July 7 (Gregorian calendar).[93] It has been considered by Westerners as similar to St. Valentine's Day,[94] but it's not related to it, and its origins are completely different.

Latin America

In some Latin American countries Valentine's Day is known as "Día del Amor y la Amistad" (Day of Love and Friendship). For example Colombia,[95] Costa Rica,[96] the Dominican Republic,[citation needed] Ecuador,[97] Mexico,[98] and Puerto Rico, as well as others. It is also common to see people perform "acts of appreciation" for their friends. In Guatemala it is known as the "Día del Cariño" (Affection Day).[99] In Brazil, the Dia dos Namorados (lit. "Lovers' Day", or "Boyfriends'/Girlfriends' Day") is celebrated on June 12, probably because that is the day before Saint Anthony's day, known there as the marriage saint,[100] when traditionally many single women perform popular rituals, called simpatias, in order to find a good husband or boyfriend. Couples exchange gifts, chocolates, cards and flower bouquets. The February 14 Valentine's Day is not celebrated at all because it usually falls too little before or too little after the Brazilian Carnival[101] — that can fall anywhere from early February to early March and lasts almost a week. Because of the absence of Valentine's Day and due to the celebrations of the Carnivals, Brazil is a popular tourist spot during February for Western singles who want to get away from the holiday.[102]
In most of Latin America the Día del amor y la amistad and the Amigo secreto ("Secret friend") are quite popular and are usually celebrated together on the 14 February (one exception is Colombia, where it is celebrated on the third Saturday in September). The latter consists of randomly assigning to each participant a recipient who is to be given an anonymous gift (similar to the Christmas tradition of Secret Santa).
A chocolate gift box
Cup cake with hearts

Philippines

In the Philippines, Valentine's Day is called Araw ng mga Puso ("Hearts Day"), and is celebrated in much the same manner as in the West. It is usually marked by a steep increase in the price of flowers, particularly red roses. 2014

Portugal

In Portugal it is more commonly referred to as "Dia dos Namorados" (Lover's Day / Day of the Enamoured).

Romania

In recent years, Romania has also started celebrating Valentine's Day. This has drawn backlash from several groups, institutions[103] and nationalist organizations like Noua Dreaptǎ, who condemn Valentine's Day for being superficial, commercialist and imported Western kitsch. In order to counter the perceived denaturation of national culture, Dragobete, a spring festival celebrated in parts of Southern Romania, has been rekindled as the traditional Romanian holiday for lovers. Its date used to vary depending on the geographical area, however nowadays it is commonly observed on February 24. The holiday is named after a character from Romanian folklore who was supposed to be the son of Baba Dochia. His name has been associated, possibly through folk etymology, to the word drag ("dear"), which can also be found in the word dragoste ("love").

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has illegalized Valentine's Day. Youth people in Saudi Arabia has arrested since Saudi Arabia think Valentine's Day is not an Islamic festival.

Scandinavia

In Denmark and Norway, although February 14 is known as Valentinsdag, it is not celebrated to a large extent, but is largely imported from American culture, and some people take time to eat a romantic dinner with their partner, to send a card to a secret love or give a red rose to their loved one. The cut-flower industry in particular is still working on promoting the holiday. In Sweden it is called Alla hjärtans dag ("All Hearts' Day") and was launched in the 1960s by the flower industry's commercial interests, and due to the influence of American culture. It is not an official holiday, but its celebration is recognized and sales of cosmetics and flowers for this holiday are only exceeded by those for Mother's Day.

Singapore

According to findings, Singaporeans are among the biggest spenders on Valentine's Day, with 60% of Singaporeans indicating that they would spend between $100 and $500 during the season leading up to the holiday.[72]

South Korea

In South Korea, women give chocolate to men on February 14, and men give non-chocolate candy to women on March 14 (White Day). On April 14 (Black Day), those who did not receive anything on 14 February or March go to a Chinese-Korean restaurant to eat black noodles (자장면 jajangmyeon) and lament their 'single life'.[89] Koreans also celebrate Pepero Day on November 11, when young couples give each other Pepero cookies. The date '11/11' is intended to resemble the long shape of the cookie. The 14th of every month marks a love-related day in Korea, although most of them are obscure. From January to December: Candle Day, Valentine's Day, White Day, Black Day, Rose Day, Kiss Day, Silver Day, Green Day, Music Day, Wine Day, Movie Day, and Hug Day.[104] Korean women give a much higher amount of chocolate than Japanese women.[89]

Spain

In Spain, Valentine's Day is known as "San Valentín" and is celebrated the same way as in the UK, it is however not celebrated in Catalonia.

Taiwan

In Taiwan, traditional Qixi Festival, Valentine's Day and White Day are all celebrated. However, the situation is the reverse of Japan's. Men give gifts to women on Valentine's Day, and women return them on White Day.[89]

United States

In the United States, about 190 million Valentine's Day cards are sent each year. And that figure does not include the hundreds of millions of cards school children exchange.[105]Additionally, in recent decades Valentine's Day has become increasingly commercialized and a popular gift-giving event, with Valentine’s Day themed advertisements encouraging spending on loved ones. In fact, in the United States alone, the average valentine’s spending has increased every year, from $108 a person in 2010 to $131 in 2013.[106]

Wales

In Wales, many people celebrate Dydd Santes Dwynwen (St Dwynwen's Day) on January 25 instead of (or as well as) Valentine's Day. The day commemorates St Dwynwen, the patron saint of Welsh lovers.

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Mother's love...Always Unconditional


Hi friends.howzz you all..??This article is specially dedicated to all the motherzz who are reading this blog..I took these many days to analyze and to present all my feelings in this article..Dont forget to read it till the end...Click read more..! 

For most mothers, the love they feel for their children is a strong and powerful bond that will continue throughout their lives. The love that a mother feels for her child is the same whether the child was grown in their own body or in their heart, as when a mother adopts a child.

Do you know how a mother always feels..?? She would always say this to herself..."My children are dear to me and I find it hard to see them in pain. I feel like a mother hen watching over her baby chicks. Children are tough in some areas, but always need to know they are loved, wanted and are priceless to us, at any age. Even when our children don't need us any longer to tie their shoestrings or to wipe their noses, they still need to know that we care. Often a child will not feel the impact of their mother's love until they become a parent themselves or their mother is no longer living. Then, the power of a lifetime of love their mother provided sets in". These words are often heard here and there by any parent..I have re-collected them in my mind and have mentioned only a few of them..If you ask the same question for your mother then you would get almost the same answer that might differ in the way they express..!

To love and accept your children, even when they are driving you nuts and when their behavior is horrid is most challenging. But the mix of unconditional love and loving limits are the most important duties and responsability a mother can have. Hugs and kisses are a necessity. Love can be expressed in many other ways too, including the discipline and responsibility we give to our children. Eye contact and a simple touch on the shoulder or a love pat on the back mean so much and cost so little. Try today to think of ways you can show your children how much you love and value them.

Here are a few demonstrations of love I have found from many people of my age,many children are fond of. You can adapt these suggestions according to the ages of your child.

Children often tend to share their feelings with their friends rather than sharing them with their parents.This is because of the communication gap that you are creating between yourselves..So let this not happen..Try to become their best friends and stay close to their hearts,not only as a friend but also as a mother..!!

Outward expressions of affection for your husband such as holding hands and warm hugs are good examples of love and security you can give to your children.

Tuck little thoughtful love notes in their lunches, written on a napkin or notepaper or under their pillow.

Saying a simple, "I love you!" A smiley face or you're the greatest!

Ask them to read to you - whatever they want - for 10 minutes.

Spend time listening - this is sometimes hard with an active lifestyle,but more important than ever. Even 5 minutes can do wonders for a child's self image. Remember good eye contact is one of the keys. Pull yourself away from the computer or desk and sit with them face to face. Mirror their body language, moving forward as they do, or sitting on the floor with them.

For younger children even up to 10 years old, holding them on your lap for a minute or two might seem silly, but most kids miss the times when they were younger and were just held and comforted.


Share in their hobby or interest. Look at what they can do - kids love to show off to their parents, so watch. Listen for, "Watch this mom!" Put down what you're doing and really watch and praise them for their effort. Encourage them to keep trying. Smile and verbally respond.

Surprise them by buying their favorite magazine without being asked to. Just put it in their room with a little note - Thought of you today! Love, Mom

In some occassions,try to be silly for atleast a few seconds,for example where parents eat finishers like ice creams/salad first and then the main course; kids love it when their parents are silly at times.

Let the children make their own family photo scrapbook - try color copying some of photos in your photo albums - this way you are not losing valuable photos if they cut them up. Old cards and gift-wrap can make nice backgrounds and borders.

The best way to let them know you care is to hear it from you. Even the big kids need to hear this. They might act as if they are annoyed, but it is sinking in.

Whichever way you choose to share your feelings remember to do something each day. Experts agree that if a child receives their nurturing inside of the family, they are less inclined to look outside to others that might have other motives. Create a home where love is shown. Any parents, whether rich or poor, can afford this.

These simple and free actions can have a significant influence on our children's daily lives that will last for a lifetime. The cycle of love between you as a mother and your child will be passed on to their children all over again. Stop and enjoy them now. Before you know it, they will be grown and this time will be lost.I would always term MOTHER's LOVE as UNCONDITIONAL LOVE..So let this terminology be as such...Keep loving,keep rocking..!!

Start today!

Regards,
Sriram Mallik.

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Distinguish between FRIEND & LOVE



This is an article that i completely dedicate to all girls.....Click read more...!

There are many guys who might be your friends, they might be nice and kind, and they might give a helping hand when you are in need of some help. They might protect you and they might also care for you to such an extent that you can be yourself when you are with them. In short, one of them can be a good boyfriend for you.

Most of us believe that a good relationship (love) could be started from a good friendship, that’s why we always tend to create good relationship with all of our guy friends, so if someday one of them becomes a boyfriend, our relationship with him will last long and more solid.

But the problem is … after many years of being together with them, none of our guy friends invite us to go out with him personally. And even if we go out for dinner or watch cinema, we always go with the group of guys and not making a romantic date between two persons.

When we are ready to have a lover, our friendship doesn’t go anywhere. If we invite one of them to come out, we are not sure if he will take it as a date or maybe he will only see it as an ordinary dinner. Why do men only consider us as a friend? Why doesn’t the friendship turn into a love or a better relationship?

There are many reasons why friendship can’t change to be a love relationship, some of the reasons are:

a. He is afraid to ruin the friendship:
You’ve been very close to him and often spend time by hanging out with him along with few other guy friends. Your relationship is beautiful and that’s why he’s afraid to change the status of friendship to love. He doesn’t want to make the other guys feel jealous. He doesn’t want to make you feel awkward and be distant from him. As a result, he retains his status as a friend and doesn’t turn into a lover.

b. Physical attraction disappears:
It’s not a secret if men are visual creatures; they are easily aroused by women’s physical beauty. But when you are very close to him as friend, he will not think much about your physical appearance. He accepts you the way you are and even he considers you as one of his best friends. This might not be the case if you get into a closer relationship.

c. There is no challenge anymore:
When a man approaches a woman and is able to take her out for dinner, that would be a proud moment to him because he can get a woman for dating. However when you are very close to man as a friend, going out for dinner or hanging out with him is a casual thing which he doesn’t consider it as a challenge anymore.

d. You don’t know when should change the status:
You’ve known him for years as a friend, you see him every day and feel comfortable with him. You may think that he will always be with you and gives his shoulder to you. However one day when he gets a girlfriend suddenly you start feeling sorry for yourself for being late to propose your feelings to him. When you are interested on one of your friends and want to be his girlfriend, you better tell him the truth. At least you will know about his feeling on you, so you won’t regret whatever happens in the future.

e. He is not excited anymore:
When a man is interested in a woman, he will feel excited every time he meets her. Even when he is alone in his room, he will still imagine her. When you are too close to a man and meet him every day as a friend, the excitement begins to vanish. He will ignore the feeling, and it will be difficult to change the feeling of a friend to be a lover.

So dear friends (especially girls), everything is in your hands.. Your life should be as per your decisions and shouldn’t be controlled or commanded by anyone else...Decide everything with care, take decisions wisely...Enjoy life......Keep rocking...!


With best regards,
Sriram Mallik.


Tuesday, November 11, 2014

What is LOVE ? How to understand LOVE ?


Many people,who have met me till now regarding the counseling basis.,kept asking me one question that i could never get the right answer....How to understand LOVE..?Thought for these days,collected some raw info from various magazines,surfed some on the net and here i am finally with the answer...Click read more..!


Is love easy to understand? What makes it special or what makes it disturbing? What connects? What fails?

This article discusses essential characteristics of love. If you feel that you've something to connect to these,I'm sure you'll connect to your soul mates.

Love is a discovery: Love is the process of finding oneself in other eyes. It is about realizing your self-respect in the ones who have care for you.

Love is giving: Love is giving and expecting nothing in return.  Love needs no calculation to get love back.

Love is a connection with feel: True love exists when you do not have to blame or explain, you just feel and connect. You can either love what you do or do what you love. Any other combination will fail.

Love is demonstrating: Trying to do something by force in the name of love will fail. A demonstrated love will win. Those who are able to demonstrate their love without intruding in the space of others get love back. Love is cooperation: The only way to win love and respect is to kill greed and cooperate for common goals.

Love is sacrifice: Love demands only one sacrifice and that is to love what you love more than anybody or anything else. At times you need to satisfy your ego, your pride in order to win the love of your special ones.

Love is blessing: Fear kills fear. Might kills right. Love wins all.

Love is correction: Punishment ensures you follow a set process. Love ensures you connect to the process. The results of punishment are immediate and might be divisive in terms of family and other relations.The results of love, though delayed, are sure and uniting.

Love is self-respect: To love your love, you need to love yourself. Without self-confidence, there is no love.

Love is direction: Lost in love, lost in life(Doesn't apply in all the cases). Love connects to others; any other feeling stays mechanical.

Love is work: Love your work because nobody else should.

Love is creation: Love creates. It will make you what you want to be.

Keep loving!! It creates, refines and defines life..!!

Regards,
Sriram Mallik.

Sunday, November 9, 2014

6 tips for a "Successful long lasting relationship"


Hi friends, writing on how to make a relationship last for a longer time. Click read more and read it for yourself...!



How to make a long lasting relationship ? 


Many couples wonder how to make their relationship last for ever. More than 50% of marriages end up in divorce.(Assumption). Did you ask yourself why are they happening? What happened to the old times where people used to stay together for ever? Time has changed and now there are many issues that contribute to the failure of a relationship.

To make a relationship last longer, follow the below guidelines:

1. Learn to communicate with your partner.

Learn to listen to what he/she says without judgment. Your partner might have different opinion when compared to that of yours and that is fine. You can’t make your partner accept your opinion if he/she does not want to. Be interested and sympathetic because you should care about your partner's concerns.

2. Appreciate the other person.

If your partner does something special for you, thank him/her. This is a simple thing, which makes a lot of impact in your day to day relationship. Adding sugar coated words to the appreciation would definitely do wonders.

3. Trust.

Building trust between you and your partner is essential to making the relationship everlasting. You have to be honest with your partner about your intentions and actions. Trust is like a glass..Once lost cannot be gained..Just like a broken glass where the broken crack can never be hidden.

4. Spending time together.

Most of us might say that we are busy with work, household activities etc and there is not much time to spend with our loved ones. The truth is that "There is always time". Getting up early to share a breakfast together, sharing daily household works, complementing each other when possible, asking how he/she is feeling which portrays your care & affection play an important role.

5. Keep things private.

Cute little quarrels and fights are the most common in a relation. This is the spice of life. There is not a single relationship that does not have arguments. Remember to keep all arguments private 
between you and your partner. A lot of couples after having an argument, start sharing it with their parents or friends. Entry of a third person might create a distance between you and your partner. Never let a third person judge your argument. Solve it by yourself and keep your egos aside.

6. Don’t change your partner.

Many couples try to change something about their partner that they don’t like. If you don’t like something about your partner, tell him/her about your concerns, but don’t force him/her to do something they don’t want. Its good to have your opinion heard and understood accordingly but its always incorrect to go against it if your opinion is ignored. Instead try to think and analyse why he/she is against your opinion. 


Remember its always good to have your concerns solved by talking with each other than taking hasty decisions and regretting it in the future.

Hope these tips would be of some help to atleast a few to keep your relationships stronger...!
With best regards,
Sriram Mallik.