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We get many questions related to personal cases, out of them the common questions, we answer them here
QI was married at early age, our 11 years passed happily, we have 2 children, but now for the last 1 year many times my husband doesn't come home and not paying proper attention to me also.....what should I do sir?
AYou can explain the situation to your in laws so that the elders of family may discuss with your husband or you may hire an intelligent Detective services in this matter....
QMy marriage was arranged marriage, later I came to know that my husband was in affair with his college mate and still they meet even after our marriage. When I asked him, he tried to assure me that now they are good friends only...... How can I clear my doubts?
ABetter you try to get his friend's phone number and talk to her, even invite her at home, if she is married you can invite his husband along with her so that he will also get to know about them. You can try to make her/ them family friend, it will take some time but you can reach to the reality. You may take some detective services to find the reality as well.
QMy husband runs an NGO so he meets many male females daily, everything was going well. But for last few days he is not paying proper attention to the house and to me, some time he doesn't come home at night and gives doubtful excuses, why he is behaving like this? What can be the actual reasons?
AFirst of all you try to know his official work load, because he runs NGO, he might be engaged in some important social issues, for which, you send someone to his NGO with some problem for advice, that person can observe and tell you facts, you may also engage a detective for the purpose..... Good luck!
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