Why we love the way we do

 

As teenagers of this generation, we more than often have numerous questions on love, relationships and friendship. How often is it okay to text a person you are attracted to? How do you know if someone is too old, too young or just right for you? With our growing age, these questions intensify and they transform into complicated ones, which further also include those related to sex, lust, and finding the right partner.

why-we-love-the-way-we-do-400x400-imaedf56ycphyjygIn any case, no matter how old or how young we are, we are always looking for things to make our relationships better, whether that be a relationship with a friend, a boyfriend/girlfriend, a partner or a family member. But to make things better, or enhance our relationships further, we first need to understand, why we love the way we do.

Best-selling author, Preeti Shenoy, brings us a compilation of essays based on relationships from her hugely popular columns in a national daily. Everyone faces many problems in their day-to-day relations. Here, we have the answer to some of those problems. And, if not answers, at least we know that someone else is going through the same thing as we are and that we are not alone. These essays have the answers to certain things people usually ponder over in relationships, or at least, portray people in similar situations to relate to.

The topics in this book of essays range from modern day ‘online relationships’ to the old fashioned relationships. They give us an insight into the difference in the behaviours of men and women and ways to nurse a broken heart. Shenoy has also touched a crucial issue that is often the reason behind break-ups and squabbles in relationships – jealousy. When jealousy and sulking behaviour is kept at the bay and open and frank communication happens on a regular basis, the chances of a strong relationship mounts.

Another prominent factor about this book is that we get to know things we can easily relate to and one may feel relieved when one reads it. This book is indeed a good one for both, young and old, in relationships and for those who want to go in for one.

Shenoy has authored several books and has written for The Times of India and Reader’s Digest. DNA has described her as a “Keenly observant mind’, where as The Times of India states that she possesses “Excellent story telling skills.”

Book Details:-        

Author: Preeti Shenoy
Publisher: Westland Publishing Year: 2015
ISBN-13: 9789385724183 ISBN-10: 9385724185
Cover: Paperback No. Of Pages: 276
MRP: Rs 250 Buy From: Flipkart.com
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Shivani Vaze

About Shivani Vaze

I have loved reading since I was a kid. I'm not studying anything even remotely close to it, but it's a hobby, a favorite pastime. Other than books, I love arts and crafts, drawing and photography too. Love playing sports. Was born and brought up in Mumbai. I am a fan of mystery and crime novels and I definitely cannot chose one book as my favorite. I love all of them.
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