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Posted: 16 January 2011 at 9:42pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by bluefish

@ Muniza...
Your question...define love without using the word love....nice question....
pyar ke maine..

My answer...
trust+respect+loyalty+attraction+endurance+hope+responsibility towards the relation..


in sum total all of that is love for me.....
what do you think?


very well said bluey
i want add one more thing ie  "Friendship"
I always trust if they are not good friends they can't be lovers.

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Posted: 16 January 2011 at 9:45pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by serialwatcher16


When you live in india, you don't have a choice. Both my hubby and myself had decided that if and when we have kids we were going to be responsible for our kids and not a maid. I can't be made at my hubby bcos he did not force me to quite. it was my decision.

A wise decision in your case.  In mine my mom-in-law has always lived with us since the birth of my son.


But one thing you miss when you quit work is your contact with the outside world and what is happening in it.


Very true.  While my work is tedious, monotonous and sometimes plain boring, it has given me a lot in terms of interaction and learning. Been to places outside the country and met different kinds of people because of it.  Have some great friends at work too.

I saw a movie called Julie & Julia. The younger female in that goes through depression @ 30 but I thought it is relevant for indian women @ 40. from 30-40, life goes through effortlessly. you are bringing up kids, you are looking good, and there is no time to think negative thoughts. But after 40 your kids dependency on you reduces, there is more time available, you meet friends who ahve not made the choices you have and have gone far ahead in their careers and then ......you start thinking. It is then that you need a supportive hubby who says thanks instead of what did you do.


That's a very poignant thought Usha. Glad your hubby appreciates your sacrifice.



usha


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Posted: 16 January 2011 at 9:46pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by prema_ks

Originally posted by bluefish

@ Muniza...
Your question...define love without using the word love....nice question....
pyar ke maine..

My answer...
trust+respect+loyalty+attraction+endurance+hope+responsibility towards the relation..


in sum total all of that is love for me.....
what do you think?


very well said bluey
i want add one more thing ie  "Friendship"
I always trust if they are not good friends they can't be lovers.



chal Prema ........ friendship ko bhi + karle :)
but its true..mr and hubby are good friends..even in times we are not good husband-wife..
bilkul sahi baat hai


Edited by bluefish - 16 January 2011 at 9:46pm

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Posted: 16 January 2011 at 9:49pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by bluefish

@ Muniza...
Your question...define love without using the word love....nice question....
pyar ke maine..

My answer...
trust+respect+loyalty+attraction+endurance+hope+responsibility towards the relation..


in sum total all of that is love for me.....
what do you think?



When my friend asked me this question, i told her understanding, trust, communication, and now u have added some more, and yes respect, and loyalty is necessary...I think rest also necessary, but the main is understanding, trust, respect, loyalty, and communication, and then rest...
Ek relation ke liye yeh bohut zarori hai, without this one relation can be successful.....





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Posted: 16 January 2011 at 9:50pm | IP Logged
hello ren,
where are you?
in my case i don't know how much we love each other, but we are great friends.


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Posted: 16 January 2011 at 9:51pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Opti

Originally posted by serialwatcher16


When you live in india, you don't have a choice. Both my hubby and myself had decided that if and when we have kids we were going to be responsible for our kids and not a maid. I can't be made at my hubby bcos he did not force me to quite. it was my decision.

A wise decision in your case.  In mine my mom-in-law has always lived with us since the birth of my son.


But one thing you miss when you quit work is your contact with the outside world and what is happening in it.


Very true.  While my work is tedious, monotonous and sometimes plain boring, it has given me a lot in terms of interaction and learning. Been to places outside the country and met different kinds of people because of it.  Have some great friends at work too.

I saw a movie called Julie & Julia. The younger female in that goes through depression @ 30 but I thought it is relevant for indian women @ 40. from 30-40, life goes through effortlessly. you are bringing up kids, you are looking good, and there is no time to think negative thoughts. But after 40 your kids dependency on you reduces, there is more time available, you meet friends who ahve not made the choices you have and have gone far ahead in their careers and then ......you start thinking. It is then that you need a supportive hubby who says thanks instead of what did you do.


That's a very poignant thought Usha. Glad your hubby appreciates your sacrifice.



usha




Very true..all sacrifices are worth it...if people u scarified for remember and appreciate....
otherwise bahut buralagta hai...par phir bhi one thing Il tell you....whatever sacrifice you make for ur family/..for duty sake....that good will happen to you definitely...

As I said..I also made same decision to quit work and raise kids....but have found lots of appreciation both in and out of home....and when I had to work for a certain 6 months due to some financial issues...the Hiring Company immediately got impressed that I had left my previous job to be at home to care for kids...they didn't hold it against me....they considered me a responsible mom and person...and in 15 days I had a job....
Kar bhala so ho bhala..Iv experienced it...


Edited by bluefish - 16 January 2011 at 9:53pm

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Posted: 16 January 2011 at 9:53pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by muniza75

Originally posted by bluefish

@ Muniza...
Your question...define love without using the word love....nice question....
pyar ke maine..

My answer...
trust+respect+loyalty+attraction+endurance+hope+responsibility towards the relation..


in sum total all of that is love for me.....
what do you think?



When my friend asked me this question, i told her understanding, trust, communication, and now u have added some more, and yes respect, and loyalty is necessary...I think rest also necessary, but the main is understanding, trust, respect, loyalty, and communication, and then rest...
Ek relation ke liye yeh bohut zarori hai, without this one relation can be successful.....





Muniza
Communication is very imp in every relation. but most of the time we assumes a lot and we communicate with that assumptions. so instead of assumptions one should communicate.

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Posted: 16 January 2011 at 9:53pm | IP Logged
Muniza, i would add acceptance of each other as they are is extremely important.

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