By MySahana on 10 Oct 2014
Purva and Ashok were absolutely in love. They were caught up in their romance for the two years they were dating and after Ashok proposed, they became consumed with wedding planning.
By MySahana on 16 Sep 2014
Some relationships, whether they be parent-child, spouse, sibling or friendships, can be emotionally abusive in nature. An emotionally abusive relationship is more than just a collection of emotionally abusive behaviors. In an emotionally abusive relationship, one person consistently controls the other through fear, humiliation, manipulation, fear or shame.
By Dilip Saraf on 29 Mar 2012
As a career coach I have worked with thousands of clients and prospects. This blog is about a partial catalog of unwitting behaviors that I find get in the way of those who are trying to get ahead in life. When I observe them from my clients I tell them and try to correct them from their errant ways.
By MySahana on 02 Aug 2011
Aging is a difficult process no matter what culture you identify with. Slowly losing your independence as well as your physical health can take a toll on a person both mentally and physically. Aging in a place different from your country of origin can make the process even more challenging for the elder as well as for his/her family.
By All American In... on 16 May 2011
Okay, so here's the ugly truth: Marriage sorta scares the crap out of me. Maybe not as much as the possibility of early-onset menopause, and certainly not as much as the idea of Donald Trump in the White House. But still. I may not be some fist-pumping party-girl overwhelmed with the business of continually sewing my oats, or an inherently-unsatisfied-type who is always looking for the bigger, better deal in a man, but in fact when it comes to marriage I'm something worse: I'm a thirty-something first-generation Indian.
By MySahana on 07 Apr 2011
A strong protective factor against unhealthy relationships and divorce can be identified when the couple is not fighting.