A new study has revealed that men are more interested in the quantity of sex, whereas women are more into the quality. Researchers have revealed that the relationship ‘deal-breaker’ that mostly affected the romance between men and women was ‘dishevelled,’ ‘lazy’ or ‘needy,’ The Independent reports. In the study, which included 6,500 people, it showed that for a quick sexual encounter, only ‘smells bad’ and ‘has poor ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
'A family works best when a husband and wife share a 15 to 20 per cent relationship.' 'Sex may not form the central part of a relationship, but to be able to spell out one's desires, even if they are not fulfilled, is what keeps couples together.' Ursula Troescher-Huefner, the leading German psychotherapist, tells Rediff.com contributor Rashme Sehgal, 'It is important to understand how the soul of an individual works' in a fascinating interview. What is systemic therapy? Systemic therapy goes ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
In an online chat with Get Ahead readers on October 1, Rediff.com's Love Guru answered their relationship queries. For those who missed he chat, here's the unedited chat transcript. Bongkim singha: Hi LG,i have a girl friend...she loves me alot.,but when she gone for her higher studies,her ex-bf also there in the same university...their relation are fb relation for 2years,,,then that boy leaves her,,,and now that boy again propsed her,,,and she get confused,,,and now she only tell me that she ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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