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A must read for the ones planning to get married. Book name: Spouse Author: Shobha De' Genre: Non fiction Pages: All the Mr.
Credit to her to quote her own examples, shortcomings to make it more relatable and non preachy. There are numerous books on relationship, yet it made me curios because of its uniqueness , practicality and advises which no one gives you Though at times there are repititins and whole book could be lil compact, but I felt a tinge when it finished They learn to manipulate their women without even trying It works both ways.
Women manipulate men too.
As long as this tug-of-war remains at a manageable level, the marriage endures. In 'Spouse -the truth about marriage' the popular columnist-writer is cheerfully married second time, and admittedly has found the marital union to be highly beneficial. The joys of a large, bustling family with a caring husband and her children give her a wonderful sense of belonging. Which is why, her views have also altered beyond recognition.
Now, 'Spouse' and 'Surviving Men' barely look like books written by the same person. De is the same modern career-woman, but as the years have progressed, she has come to see marriage as a workable, even likable institution.
Spouse: The Truth about Marriage
The sense of togetherness that she shares with her spouse is what she enjoys most. A measure of her attraction for her husband is that she finds little meaning in dressing up if he's not around.
She mentions an incident when she wore a salvaar-kameez for a function, and Mr De remarked what an unflattering garment it was. De immediately rushed to change into a sari, and has not wore a salvaar-kameez since then.
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Frankly, their 'surprise' surprises me. I think it is the most natural thing to do. And there's absolutely no shame in it.
Every single day. Her affection, she feels, is perfectly natural in a marriage which remains her number one comfort zone. The book is sincere, and offers sober advice. This could well be because De is conscious of turning mother-in-law herself one of these days. She's unusually sympathetic to the senior woman's position here, whereas she had mercilessly lampooned the mom-in-law and mamma's boys in 'Surviving Men'.Then select it.
She talks about her own journey of marriage, and uses a few examples of other people she knows.
Cheques may be made payable to BookVistas. A conversation on selfishness in marriage conjured up all those hyphenated phrases-self-centred, self-absorbed.
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