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Distance in relationships can be self chosen or imposed. A female reader tells us of the distance she maintains from in-laws, while a male reader talks of distance from his wife, in different circumstances. What's your advice?
A reader writes in to us on having misjudged her husband and now having a change of heart. Can the ensuing feeling of guilt ever go away?
Facing depression and anxiety such that day to day life seems a big challenge to handle? Here are some thoughtful suggestions.
Moving for your husband or kids is common, but is it always a happy result for women? Share your thoughts with these women.
Two women married for long, but with very different challenges in their marriages write in to us. Share your thoughts with them too!
How to talk to my parents so they understand me? This is often a dilemma in India as we struggle to communicate while staying supportive and respectful.
Two very different queries from readers, yet in both, a husband and a wife face problems communicating with each other. Share your thoughts too.
A young woman is confused before marriage, while another feels helpless since her marriage lacks trust. Share your answers for them!
When infertility issues and multiple stresses come together, a wife finds herself getting attracted to another male friend. What would you tell her?
Two women - one who wonders if she should marry a possessive boyfriend, and another who wonders if she should have a child because of societal expectations. What would you say?
Mother in law problems are common in Indian families as expectations clash and power play ensures. A reader shares her anger.
When a woman is (possibly) rejected in arranged marriage, what should she do about her bruised feelings? Expert answer to these and other reader queries. Every Thursday, the Women’s Web expert panel with the support of Healtheminds, answers questions from readers facing relationships issues, emotional and mental challenges and other such issues. Why did he reject me? […]
A young woman faces a dilemma over physical intimacy in a relationship, while another is unable to take a call on divorce. What would you suggest?
Two women share their marriage issues, one whose husband is having an affair and the other’s whose in-laws are unsupportive. What would you suggest? My husband is having an affair and he abuses me I had a love marriage with no family support. Now it is, 9 years of relationship and 7 years of marriage. […]
A woman writes about her unsupportive in-laws and another whose husband lacks emotional and physical connect with her. What would you suggest?
A woman shares her dark thoughts of being sexually attracted to her sister in law and another who had an affair with her boss, who moved to another city. What would you suggest?
A woman feels her husband does not support her while another feels guilty of being married, yet getting attracted to younger men. What would you suggest?
In this edition of #ReachOutThursday, a woman asks help to get out of an abusive marriage and another seeking help on her new relationship.
In this edition of #ReachOutThursday, a woman talks about her hatred for men, which stems from her previous experiences and now her parental pressure to get married.
In this edition of #ReachOutThursday, a woman talks about her husband who does not co-operate with her and another woman, who has self harmed herself and now is ashamed of her physical scars.
In this edition of #ReachOutThursday, a woman talks about being unable to find the right match due to having filed an FIR previously.
Every Thursday, the Women’s Web expert panel with the support of Healtheminds, answers questions from readers facing relationships issues, emotional and mental challenges and other such issues.
In this edition of #ReachOutThursday, a woman talks about her boyfriend who is 36-year-old and another whose husband is having an extramarital affair.
In this edition of #ReachOutThursday, a woman talks about her problems with her mother-in-law and another about her sexual addiction.
A 30-year-old woman asks about her physically abusive boyfriend, whom she is all set to marry next year.
In this edition of #ReachOutThursday with Healtheminds, experts answer reader queries on finding support during divorce and facing pressure to marry.
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