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Can handle all questions pertaining to arguments/difference of opinion among friends, spouses, family, colleagues. The crux is to understand the causality and personality of the people involved in such a complex situation.

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Being the eldest child in the family and also one of the eldest in the immediate family, I am a very popular person. About 15 years of work experience has also made me an expert on how to juggle with family and work life in a more balanced manner.


I am an expert on Indian Culture and Inlaw Relationship at


Masters in Business Administration

Something interesting about this subject that others may not know:

Communication is the key, but words can make or marr a relationship forever!

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Tatjana07/11/16101010Thank you!
rose 06/30/16101010thank you so much!
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Harry03/19/16101010Awesome feedback and spot on!

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2016-06-30 argument:

Hello Tatjana    I'm very sorry for this delay in replying to you. I hope things are smooth now and he's taken a firm decision. He's emotional and you know the reason why. He cannot handle any harsh thing

2016-06-24 parents:

Hi Rose,    Am sorry for the delay in replying to you and hope didn't put you in jeopardy over this decision. Your mom doesn't mean any harm and she's fully aware that it's a painful procedure. As you

2016-05-29 Help asap:

Hi Trey,    Am sorry for the delay in replying, if you say anything which sounds extraordinary she'll find it hard to believe you. If you do something that you have never done before, it'll raise alarm

2016-05-25 Help asap:

Hello Trey     You are absolutely right, now actions will have to speak louder than words. The first step would be to promise yourself that you'd not go astray.  The moment you do that,  it'll start reflecting

2015-07-15 How do i fix what i've done:

Hello Kennedy,    You did what you thought was right at that point in time. If you keep revisiting your decision, you'll constantly analyse yourself.  You only had good intentions but things didn't go


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