During this time only we got to know each other and she instantly liked me and we got into a relationship
When you have understood the difficulties of inter-religion marriages, you still choose to focus on it and pain yourself more.
Do inter-religion marriages work? Yes, they do but it does take a lot of work and keen understanding. And he has already succumbed under family pressure and moved on…So, move on…How?
Since the boy did not have the courage to argue with his parents, they broke up their relationship with mutual consent however remained as friends
Revive them all…Live each one of them in a larger-than-life manner and most importantly, tell yourself: I am my best friend and I know what’s best for me! You are heart is with you; safe and sound!
VA: Dear Anu,This is Vish this side 38 years old, male, single. In October my cousin moved to my place due to some issue in her marriage. She is clear now she doesn’t want to go back. She is five years older to me, we both share a very good bond. She has many friends online whom she talks to and all many of them even propose her. She tells me everything, even the last boy with whom she was like unable to stay without talking to him. But suddenly all has changed and she talks to me more than before, and keeps telling me she doesn’t have a boyfriend.I like her but, how should I know that she is interested in me. I would like to ask her but scared she should not think something different and leave me and go. I am confused what to do. Should I just leave it and continue how it’s going or ask her to be in a relation with me? Please guide.
Both of you are weakly piling on each other it seems. When there are so many wonderful people that you or she can connect with on the outside, why would you want to enter into a relationship with a cousin of yours?
They might strongly oppose this OR Have you thought of what it would mean to have children with a close relative? Health issues in your off springs?
She is in a weak mind space searching for someone and just because you like interacting with her does not mean that have to fit in to fulfil that space.
But of course, the choice is yours; you could either be that friend or approach her with your proposal bearing in mind the challenges around it.All the best!
JS: Dear Ms. Anu Krishna, I came across a couple of your Columns “Ask Anu” this morning and instantly thought of taking your advice/opinion for the problems I am facing in my marriage. And I would like to go anonymous for obvious reasons. Pls spare 5-6 mins to read below. I am a 30 year old guy. I will try to keep it very short. I have been married for the last 6 years and we have a 4 year old child. Going to the past quickly, my wife and I got into a relationship about 2 years before e age as mine, just 30 now. Though my wife never voluntarily revealed it earlier, later I got to realize that she was almost in an 8-9 years relationship with her school mate which www.datingreviewer.net/pl/siec/ started as early as from their high school.
Since the boy was from a different religion, the boy’s family did not accept their relationship and said no when the girl’s parents approached with a marriage proposal after she spoke to her home. Several times I was suspicious about her so-called friend’s (ex- bf) behaviour. But my gf never revealed it to me. I was shocked to hear this, as my gf was asking me what she should do. Her ex-bf talked to me saying to let her go as I was just a rebound relationship in her life and she loves him and their relationship is stronger for over 8 years as mine was just less than 2 years.