New Delhi, India (BBN)-A relationship is a laboratory for the soul. It tests you. Again and again. It takes a giant flashlight and forces you to look at the stuff you’ve hidden away.
So, TV anchor, theatre personality, comedian, political satirist, columnist and author, Cyrus Broacha is here to help you: From navigating relationship trouble to helping your love life go the distance, he’s got all the dating advice you’ll ever need from your first date to something …
So, if you like a girl, but don’t know how to approach her? Or worse. Have fallen in love with somebody else’s girl? Funny man Cyrus comes is here to rescue you as he doles out relationship advice in an unconventional way, reports the Hindustan Times.
Hey, hang on! Just because it’s a love marriage doesn’t mean there will be no problems. Many love marriages didn’t really work out, for instance Troilus and Cressida, Mr and Mrs Smith, Shiv Sena and BJP. The point being, there are no guarantees in life, love, politics or hairfall. But if you are going to be negative, then I say stick to politics or hairfall. There is no negativity in love. After all love isn’t a magnet. By the way you are not the only one balancing a career, and marriage at the same time. So keep your feelings to yourself and look at all the great things going your way.
P.J. this is surprising news. Your husband started losing interest within 10-15 days of marriage? That’s way above the world average of three days! Well done. Okay, only jesting. About him being funny let me assure you that marriage is known to drain the humour from many couples. No breaking news there. I think you could help reignite his love by doing things he likes doing. You know like playing golf, bubble baths, belching – whatever is his thing. Ponder to him and let him see the effort you are putting. But before going to a therapist, if nothing seems to change, I say write your thoughts down in a letter and mail it to him. Yup mail it to him, even though you are in the same house. That itself would be a good marriage!
BBD, she sounds like a sound and sensitive woman! I mean months after starting the affair, she discovers, she’s being disloyal to her husband! And er…. that’s not an accepted practice? You have a two pronged problem, much like the famous Thomson’s Gazelle. Of course the Thomson’s Gazelle’s two pronged problem is the lion and the leopard. Yours is much less dangerous, just love and sex for God’s sake. You must do what Niccolò Machiavelli did when asked by his landlord to pay a higher rent, Niccolò asked himself if the rent justified the means? He then decided, it didn’t and refused to pay the rent ever again. This he did by buying his landlord alive. A practice still present in remote parts of Italy, so you and she need to ask this question that is, if the sex and love you get is worth the betrayal, stress and guilt. Quite simple really.