It is true that after couple of years into marriage, love flies away from the window. Hats-off to the couples who maintain that spark in their lovely married relationship through-out their lives (I am one of them). From last one week I am busy trying to save my friends marriage. It’s been seven years she is married and happy (that’s what she was thinking till now). It was love marriage everything was happy-go-merry, till she realised it’s always her who makeup after every fight and argument. But this time she wants her husband to make it and guess what, they are not talking from last one week. I was at her home and trying to convince both of them to end this war. I must admit this, that her husband is really one thick head, he really don’t know how to treat his lady. I mean what is she asking for just some cuddles, flowers, hugs, kisses, love and attention. Is it too much she asking for? Everything on her list is free of cost except flowers. I tried my best to put them on easy, but I think this time my friend is determined to test her husbands love for her. I wish he understands and save his marriage. Nahi to who kahte hai na,
Rahiman dhaga prem ka
Mat todo chhitkay
Toote se fir naa jurre
Jurre gaaht padi jaaye….
Well, people can call me old fashion, but I believe that chasing should be done by the man. No matter how modern we get, a lady will always want her man to propose her, chase her, tolerate her tantrums and treat her like a princesses (not exactly like a princess but still). There’s a very thin line between love and hatred. Sometimes people don’t even realize when hate creep over their lovely relations. As a woman this is my free advice to all the man out there, it’s very easy and simple to tackle a woman, just give her love and act like a majnu for her sometimes, especially when she is mad or angry on you.
I wish my friend and her husband a very best of luck for their marriage, and hope they will understand the importance of being in a relation which is called “Janmo janmo ka bandhan”.