Month: December 2013

Men Say ‘I Love You’ First, Finds Study

Men Say ‘I Love You’ First, Finds Study

The three little words β€” I Love You can either be a relationship milestone or prove to be the exact opposite. And guess what β€” men are more likely to say it first. A recent study conducted by a popular website found that at least 76 per cent men say ‘I Love You’ first.

Study: Men ‘More Eager’ to Spend Time With Spouse

Study: Men ‘More Eager’ to Spend Time With Spouse

One in three husbands would gladly spend all their spare time with their wife if they could, but only 20% of wives feel the same, a study has found. And while six in ten wives think that spending time away from their husband is healthy for a relationship, the figure falls to below 50% when …

16 Questions to Ask Before You Say ‘I Do’

16 Questions to Ask Before You Say ‘I Do’

Before you decide to marry someone, it’s important for you to know the person. We totally understand that 3-4 months are not enough to know a person. So, we’ve listed down 16 questions that you should be asking that special someone before you make up your mind.

Study: Men Get Attached Easily

Study: Men Get Attached Easily

Do men get attached more easily than women? And if so, does that represent a sea change in gender behaviors? The researchers behind a survey from an online dating site seem to think that might be the case.

Tips For Setting Up a Matrimonial Profile

Tips For Setting Up a Matrimonial Profile

You are on Shaadi.com for a purpose, right? So you need to make sure you have the right kind of information in your matrimonial profile. This will not just make it easy for you to find the right match but also improve your chances of receiving interests from members who match your criteria. You need …

Gossipers lose trust and respect of all, Finds Study

Gossipers lose trust and respect of all, Finds Study

Researchers at the University of Baltimore in the US asked women to think of people they knew who did and did not indulge in “informal communication” and rate them. It was found that gossipers are seen as weak people who are not to be trusted or respected and who have no influence over others, the …