Relationship Advice – Sex and Marriage, Domestic Violence, Sexuality
Raise The Temperatures!
While we shall discuss greatly about physical well being, emotional happiness cannot be left behind. Holistic happiness can only be achieved through physical, emotional and spiritual happiness. It is only then that your mind, body and soul are aligned and at peace. We shall discuss about dating tips, sex and marriage, sexuality and domestic abuse at Gust Chimes.
The relationships we share with our spouse, partner, parents, siblings, friends and even colleagues play a pivotal role in shaping up our personality. While all relationships have their ups and downs, it’s essential to find a balance and be content with what we get. Since we do not have much control on other people’s actions or decisions, its best to accept them as they are.
Sex and Marriage
One of the most important relationships that each of us experiences in our lifetime is that of a partner. We connect on an emotional, physical, sexual and spiritual level with that person. Whether it may be a man or a woman, whenever sparks fly, both get carried away with its intensity. Sex and Marriage is one of the hottest topics worldwide. Most people are lucky to find true love. While some cherish and nourish it to fulfilment, there are some who do not value it – and then often regret it.
Physical Abuse is another topic which we shall touch upon in detail. Whether it may be domestic violence, economic abuse, sexual abuse, child abuse or emotional abuse, all will be discussed here in detail.
Here we shall discuss upon adjustment and marriage advice for newly weds, dating tips for women in India, romantic gestures, physical abuse survival tips, life after divorce and many more real life situations which we experience. Come to this section if you need the need to explore your sexuality, need to mend a broken heart or simply understand different nuances of relationships which define us as a person.
Physical Abuse is prevalent across economic and social fabrics in our society. Tolerating it day in and day out is almost as bad as suffering it. Whether it may be a slap or a push, any form of physical assault should never be acceptable.