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Women’s Interests

Dating Dish: Why ‘Friends With Benefits’ Only Benefits HIM

March 3, 2011
Dating coach, Paige Parker, tells us why 'friends with benefits' arrangements are detrimental to you and will inevitably cause hurt feelings.

Healing From Incest And Child Sexual Abuse

March 3, 2011
Pallavi Bhattacharya interviews Anuja Gupta, founder of RAHI (Recovery and Healing from Incest), on the issue of incest and childhood sexual abuse in India.

Dating Advice: Too Clingy? Stop Neediness Now

March 3, 2011
Dating Coach, Paige Parker, shows you how to replace feelings of clinginess, neediness and insecurity with self-reliance, confidence, and positivity.

Female Foeticide: My Baby Deserves To Live

March 3, 2011
Female foeticide has led to a completely skewed sex ratio in many parts of South-East Asia. This essay discusses discrimination towards the girl child in India.

Dating Dish: Will He Commit?

March 3, 2011
Paige Parker explains why you mustn't waste another second of your time on a guy who isn't capable of committing to you on the level that meets your needs.

Dating Dish: Why ‘Perfect’ Men Are Dangerous

March 3, 2011
The only way to have the perfect relationship is by building a relationship over time in a healthy way, advises our dating coach, Paige Parker.

Dating Dish: What To Do When He Freaks Out

March 3, 2011
It's a fact that men tend to panic and freak-out as a relationship starts to get serious. Paige Parker tells you why you shouldn't take it personally.

Investing in Energy – Fighting Fatigue in a Fast Paced World

March 2, 2011
Your body possesses a vital energy that takes care of repair and restoration. That energy is challenged by stress, tension, adrenal strain and lack of rest.

Tai Chi For Women

March 2, 2011
Relaxation, mood stabilising, weight loss, age control and self-defence - an adept Tai Chi practitioner can develop all of them.

Tolerating Abuse: How Much Is Enough?

March 2, 2011
It seems that for the average Indian family izzat is more important than a daughter. How much can we take and what is our limit when it comes to abuse, asks Khushboo Aulakh.