True love within a relationship doesn’t demand that the other person change themselves upside down, but it embraces who the other person is unconditionally
In this weekly self-help series, mental health and life coach Anu Krishna tells you how to take control of your life.
As part of an initiative to help Rediff readers, mind/life coach, NLP trainer and mental health guru Anu Krishna wants you to talk about your problems.
All in the name of saving relationships and love
Every week, Anu will answer your queries, address your concerns and offer expert advice on how you can take control of your life.
SN: Hi, me and my husband are married for 12 years now, we have a daughter. Both of us are totally different, like north and south pole. He is very extrovert, tries to be the centre of attention, always needs his social circle, his work, friends circle is all that matters to him. I am a total introvert. I don’t care about having friends, I hate parties, all that matters to me is my family. First few years, he made me feel that I am a misfit in this world and I had a huge pressure to be an extrovert like him. He was always like how can this famous Mr Extrovert can have such an introvert wife, that’s so shameful. All that mattered to him was my looks, how I conducted myself in front of people and after pregnancy, all that bothered him was my weight gain https://datingreviewer.net/pl/randki-na-bliskim-wschodzie/. I started hating myself, believed that maybe I just don’t deserve to be loved.