6 Tips To Successfully Find The Right Partner For young South Asian adults, after obtaining a college degree, the next item to check off on your list of things to do is to find the right partner - i.e. get married. The pressure for marriage begins earlier than our non South Asian counterparts and may be difficult to explain to someone who is not familiar with the culture. The stress increases when finding
Are Arguments A Sign Of A Failing Or Healthy Relationship? “They’re so right for each other!” “They are the perfect couple.” “They must not have any problems.” These are the types of things friends and family would constantly think about Sonia and Anil. They were the couple that all couples wanted to be like. They always looked happy with each other and, when asked by either of their friends, replied that in the
5 Most Commonly Used Ways Of Expressing And Interpreting Love And Affection South Asians whether living in their country of origin or growing up abroad are often raised with the cultural value of providing care and doing things for others. The concept of seva or service is one that repeatedly arises throughout a South Asian’s life, emphasizing the importance of “the other”. [More from Jasbina] ---> [VIDEO] Intersections Match by Jasbina - From
6 Steps To Prevent Arguments Having a conversation about a difficult topic can bring up a lot of anxiety in both partners. If there is already a history of difficult conversations ending in argument, partners get into a cycle of avoiding sensitive topics, creating a ticking time bomb in their relationship. [More from Jasbina] ---> [VIDEO] Intersections Match by Jasbina - From The Founder ---> [VIDEO] When Should I Take My Relationship Offline?
Relationship Conflicts With Different Religions – What Do We Do? Sonal and Terrence met at a mutual friend’s birthday party the summer after they graduated from college. He said a cheesy pick up line to get her attention and make her laugh, which worked. She was smitten from the beginning. [More from Jasbina] ---> [VIDEO] Intersections Match by Jasbina - From The Founder ---> [VIDEO] Men Think I’m Controlling. How Do I Stop?
Excessive Worrying About Loved Ones Can Wreck Relationships – Not Help – What Do We Do? Story 1 Mandar’s phone rang for the third time in an hour. He rolled his eyes at it knowing it was his mother, calling to see if he was safe because of the severe thunderstorm going on outside. [More from Jasbina] ---> [VIDEO] Intersections Match by Jasbina - From The Founder ---> [VIDEO] Help! My Emotional Walls
I need space - What A Guy Really Means Dating is no easy feat. We all have a tree in our backyard that we have stopped to admire, and then proceed to bang our head on after a bad date. I realize it can be very frustrating for you gals to decipher what we guys are saying during the dating process. What does it all mean? What is the true status of your
9 Ideas To Surprise Her with Something Special Question My fiancée took the bar exam recently, and has been busy with her job search ever since. What with my lengthy work hours, her studying for the bar and now job search, not to mention our extensive wedding planning (with our families), it seems like we just haven’t been able to spend all that much time together. No TIME to Find Someone? We
5 Reasons Why You Don’t Have Your Ideal Relationship Do you find yourself fighting with your partner often or wondering why you don’t feel satisfied in your relationship? Have you tried to think of everything possible to help your partner change so that you can have the relationship that you want but you still don’t have it? The answer may not be with your partner but with you. While unhealthy conflict is due
Take Better Care of Yourself So You Can Better Care For Others South Asian culture is a collectivistic culture, meaning that individual needs and wants are pushed aside for the benefit of the whole group. Generally, people who are raised in a collectivistic culture are taught that it is best to sacrifice oneself if that means the group as a whole will be happier. Overall, it is emphasized that others are often more