Question: I am a 38-year-old married woman with a child. I was brought up in a conservative family, where I never used to hang out with men or had an affair or anything else before marriage.
I had an arranged marriage and have no issues with my husband. But what I feel for the man I met on Facebook is completely different. I go mad if he doesn't talk to me even for a single day. But, I can still feel the magic of that moment, which I never experienced with my husband of almost 18 years.
The picture or the nature shown there by people is completely away from reality, and hence we find people very mushy and rosy, matching the world of our fantasy.
Your co-dependency on this man you met on Facebook is my point of worry.
KING: ISIS terrorists aren’t Muslims — they're just evil men The fighters are assassinating smugglers who rescue the captives, just as funds to buy the women out of slavery are drying up.
In a fusion of ancient barbaric practices and modern technology, IS sells the women like chattel on smart phone apps and shares databases that contain their photographs and the names of their "owners" to prevent their escape through IS checkpoints.
The thought of talking to a girl for the first time and kick starting a conversation often leave boys nervous.
No one wants to create a bad first impression and lose out on that pretty girl you would like to know more about.
Senior journalists cutting across channel loyalties had been crying hoarse from the moment the audio clip was aired saying it was doctored according to the wish of the channel and that the so-called sting operation lacked veracity.
It was on last Sunday that the channel had aired the audio clip in which Saseendran is found to be having a sexually explicit conversation with an unknown woman whose voice was conveniently edited out by the channel itself.