Posted: 12 May 2015 at 3:40pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by mints23There were so many parts in this update that had me overwhelmed with emotion. Seeing the efforts from Arnav over the last week, Khushi seems to be finally questioning her decision. She is fighting an inner battle to come to term with the sudden changes in their relationship. From love and warmth it had turned to lonely and cold... and now the sunshine seemed to be filtering in again. She is having a tough time dealing with the man she fell in love with and silently still is.
he friendship between Mathurs and Raizadas is so thick and it makes me wonder why Aman and Lavanya did not intervene in the last two years when their friends were drifting apart. Its weird for them not to discuss their personal problems... especially considering I cling to my best friend for smallest of the issues. Anyways, its better late than never and I can only hope that Arnav's love will be enough to thaw the chill around Khushi's heart, that seems to have stopped living.
The part with Akash, Akhil and Arhi was absolutely so adorable. I could easily picture them as their kids. The bond so strong and love so deep, I am amazed at the kind if distance Arnav has created between Khushi and him that he barely had any idea of the happenings in her life. The glimpse into the past gave me an insight that they both did want kids and tried for it too. Is it that she cannot conceive? Or something happened that Arnav is unaware of... I really hope that she talks her heart out to him... It is high time... and if she wants to divorce him just because she can't give him a child then it really is silly... and I will tell you why, once I know her reason for sure. Till then I will wait patiently to see their confrontation!
@ bold, i have wondered that too. unless she just cannot bring herself to discuss personal issues with anyone? that is a really sad way to be, but unfortunately there are people like that.
@ red, my understanding is that while arnav lost himself in his project, kushi quietly withdrew. and it definitely didn't help that she didn't open a discussion about the other woman, but instead accused him... i understand that losing a parent is tough and each one handles it differently. and patience is what is needed to help them get back on track. true, a lot of one's attempts might be ignored. but remembering it is a phase that will eventually come to pass is necessary. the goal is to help the other person and that is the only thing that should matter.
and regarding arnav not being aware of the happenings in kushi's life, i truly don't find it strange or unacceptable. my husband has a very demanding job, and he is a workaholic. for all important matters, his side of the family leave their messages with me, because they know - either he won't remember or won't respond in time. over the years, i have taken on all the responsibility, learnt to filter what he needs to know and what can wait. and i am not alone, quite a few of my cousins, and friends are in the same boat. and we are ok with it, with no sadness attached. it helps the men stay focused, and not worry unnecessarily. i guess it is the mind set. we can work to strengthen the ties or let it snag. but lack of communication, expecting one to read minds should never be acceptable.