You have to be kidding. I downloaded Sun Tzu's art of war pdf and read it one day back from office to home. Didn't make sense to mefor he most part. You can't really utilize it in personal matters , its just for war sake !!
She's still going to her peke ! her parents harass us for this very same reason. Despite us telling not to move in pregnancy, she still wants to travel and adamant. AS I SAID , YOU DO NOT KNOW MY WIFE !!
HER CHALITARS WOULD PUT CHARITROPAKHYAN TO SHAME !
Too much support for daughter-in-laws even when they have been known to create issues.
General low IQ of "sikhs" on this forum even on other topics because of which they are short-sighted.
DO NOT automatically assume girls are victims and boys and mother-in-laws are the villains. Many of you will also have a daughter in law some day . then we will see
This forum is a waste of time , and even on other sensible topics I have contributed a lot positively. But now its not worth it .
Keep up the feline sympathy up. See where this takes you all , certainly not sovereign khalistan I guess lol
PS : How I have been vilified and demonized in the last thread, going to the extent of calling me a sociopath and narcissist . The people on this forum likes to conjure up things that don't exist, you all are crazy over conspiracy theories and see them where they don't exist,
Story is simple : I am gay and married a woman and felt guilty for it , I married her not because I had a deliberate intention to destroy another person's life but because I had no other option, and I always felt I would give her best treatment because of the guilt i felt , however she soon showed her colors as well . Thats the only story. You can conjure up the rest.
Well he made sure to drive a wedge between her and her folks, remember he was complaining that she was still communicating with her mum and sister. This is exactly how an abusive partner sets up the situation so that his wife ends up isolated. The other obvious power move olayed was selecting a girl from a very poor background , so there is no going back to bheke.