#Decoding Honesty

For a lot of us, the generic understanding of honesty in simplistic terms is to speak the truth. However, truth is not an absolute. It has to account for the situational context and perspective. Therefore our understanding of the truth requires that we interpret it as a combination of how we look at things and

Family vs Family

Now, that was the heading of an article by Vijay Nagaswami. It reminded me of the many conversations with my husband, especially when we’re in the mood to either have a good laugh or hurt each other. What is it about the ‘family’ that makes these conversations difficult? We’re either overprotective or hypercritical – each trying to


Marriage is a maze of negotiations and decisions – each with its own impact and rippling effects. You win some, you lose some. Mostly you need to decide what suits you the best. Easier said than done! Why? For one the concept of ‘you’ changes as one ages – from ‘you’, the individual, it moves