Relationships these days are getting competitive, consumerist and demanding, lacking an acceptance and acknowledgement of one’s social self. Precisely for this reason most either end up in break-ups or a divorce with little room for reconciliation.
In Madhya Pradesh’s Hoshangabad a woman was seen wailing outside the venue where her lover got married to another match after all assurances and promises. In her submission to the authorities, the woman confessed to being in a live-in relationship with the man for 3 years.
On being asked about filing a report against him she stood up opposing such moves putting the man’s reputation at stake. Holding her up courageously and convincingly by not allowing the ground beneath to shrink any further.
Is it so easy for someone to play victor with someone’s heart, mind and emotions, suiting their interests and involvement with the person physically and psychologically attached and associated with them?
If a live-in relationship was the guard, guarantee and custodians of securing and safeguarding one’s bonding then we couldn’t have reached such a peculiar point where being apologetic and guilty are but attempts to cosmetically bury the rifts deep down only for rising up and high. Being a metropolitan is no more an excuse and exception for not behaving ourselves