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In the movie Runaway Bride, Julia Roberts’ character’s tendency to accept her partner’s choice of breakfast eggs as her own was a reflection of her inability to be herself. That lead to implosions in all her relationships till Richard Gere’s character came along. Illustration by Kavita Ramchandran, a New York-based illustrator and graphic designer, originally from Bombay. She likes to draw food, ephemera and children’s picture books. You can find her @wemakebelieve on Instagram.
Navigating Relationships//

Dating Apps Are Stressful. They’re Also the Best Relationship Schools. My First Lesson: Be Who You Are, Warts and All

by Abhilasha Khaitan
Navigating Relationships//

3 Secrets of Successful Relationships

by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Wisdom//

Here’s How to Respond With Empathy Without Saying, ‘I Know How You Feel’

by Thrive Global
Wisdom//

Of Marriage, Commitment and Acceptance

by Shalini Singh
Community//

My Father Gives My Life Its True Focus

by Soniya Dembla
Well-Being//

If You’re a Natural People-Pleaser, Here’s How to Break Free

by Rebecca Muller
Wisdom//

Before you Decide to Retire in Your Prime

by Anirudh Gupta
There’s more than just a variety of fare at the dinner table these days, differing opinions are frequently finding a place too.
Wisdom//

Agree to Disagree: Families Should Not Split up over Politics

by Luis Miranda
Share the Load//

How New-Age Relationships Take on More Mundane Challenges

by Apekshita Varshney
Wisdom//

The Need for Distance in Love

by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
LookUp and Reconnect//

It’s Time to #LookUp

by Thrive Global India (Sponsored Content)
Image courtesy of Hallo/ Getty Images
Wisdom//

This Is The Best Thing You Can Do For Your Relationship, According to a Professional Matchmaker

by Business Insider
Thrive Global
People look for retreats for themselves, in the country, by the coast, or in the hills . . . There is nowhere that a person can find a more peaceful and trouble-free retreat than in his own mind. . . . So constantly give yourself this retreat, and renew yourself.

- Marcus Aurelius

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