“Till death do us apart” is just another dated expression with limited to no implication or emotion in 2017 Earth.
These actresses are your ideal daughter-in-law, sister-in-law or wife – Oh, the ever so sacrificing woman of India, the manifestation of familial virtues that would submit to every brutality presented to her by life to uphold the dignity of marriage and relationship. Honestly though, all that self-deprivation looks fine on screen, not so great in real life. For when the blow strikes your face, ladies, retiring to the kitchen and shedding tears in silence isn’t the best choice. Learn the art of life from your favourite telly actresses who combated domestic violence and dealt with it.
Swaraj and I were high school sweethearts. 6 years later when I stumbled upon his profile on Facebook, I was taken by surprise. The coffee date crossed its limits, Swaraj ended up spending the night at my apartment instead of the 5 star accommodation provided by his office.
We have seen our families saving up for our wedding since early years. After securing a decent job even we don’t miss out on setting some of our own cash aside for the D-day and in most cases we don’t mind parting with our hard-earned money for a grand celebration. However, for some people the main expense comes not at the day of tying the knot but at the event of untying it. Here are the 10 most expensive divorces in the history of matrimony
Divorces and break-ups can never be cheerful. The pain included in separating one’s self from one’s better half entails unfathomable pain. But at times, like the ones we describe here, knowing about the reasons behind the fall out of a marriage can leave you in splits.
Divorce in Hollywood is never easy, but some celebrity exes know how to do it better than others. Take, for instance, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner. On one end of the spectrum, you’ve got Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin, who seem to have set the bar for consciously uncoupling while following their vow to co-parent their two kids and remain friends.