Saturday 23 April 2016

FEATURE: Marriage umpires

The problems are seemingly more complex compared to marriages of the previous generation. Parents often cannot relate to issues faced by today's couples and are not in a position to help them, says Ameeta Sanghavi Shah, a Mumbai-based psychotherapist. Perhaps this is why psychiatrists and psychologists have seen almost a 300 per cent rise in the number of cases seeking marriage counselling in the past 3-4 years.
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